Meet the team, see the process and ask lots of questions.......

A factory visit is a great way to understand how our build system is manufactured. We host visits from all over the UK and Europe. We have experts on hand to describe the process and answer any of your questions about manufacture, structure and detailing. Our SIP panels are made up of two high density facing boards which are bonded to a low density foam insulation core, this forms a very strong structural bond and creates a composite material (similar to an aircraft wing) that outperforms the load bearing capacity and insulation values of masonry or timber frame considerably. Our build system uses either Magnesium Oxide (MgO) or Orientated Strand Board (OSB) for the SIP panel facings. We can

Think you know about EPS as an insulation material?

Following a recent conversation with one of our clients I realised that there's a lot of myths behind the use of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) as an insulation material. We do also us Polyurethane (PU), however EPS is much cheaper and performs almost as well, the following is an extract from the British Packaging industry website. It discusses packaging for food, demonstrating it's non toxic and inert status and goes on to discuss the whole life cycle of EPS as a product. EPS is a waterproof, closed cell material, this means that combined with our Magnesium Oxide facing boards, means that you can build in any weather and temperature as this is a dry, composite material. We also recycle everythi

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