- By Premier SIPS on November 17, 2016 in Construction Industry News, SIPS, Structural Insulated PanelsKeep Reading
Even though the construction industry continues to grow, builders across the country continue to have challenges filling job openings. It’s critical to find solutions to the labor shortage. Professional Builder Magazine outlines five initiatives that can help ease a builders’ current crunch in its November issue: Addressing The Labor Shortage Now. To overcome the challenge of too few skilled framers,
- By Premier SIPS on November 11, 2016 in Platinum GPS SIPs, Premier Platinum, Premier SIPs in the News, SIPs in the NewsKeep Reading
Originally posted in Walls & Ceilings Magazine Usually when someone says they’re “going gray,” it’s a gentle way to indicate they’re getting older. But in the case of structural insulated panels, when you see gray insulating foam cores on the job site, it means a new advance in the panels. Manufacturers have produced SIPs using a variety of foam insulation
- By Premier SIPS on October 27, 2016 in Net Zero Energy, Our Projects, Platinum GPS SIPs, Premier Platinum, Residential, SIPSKeep Reading
Project photos & details provided by ArtemisiaCabin.com “One of the reasons we chose to build with SIPs (structural insulated panels) is that they can go up very quickly, while maintaining excellent air-tightness and insulative qualities.” Currently in the construction phase and just finished drying in, Artemisia cabin is located in Washington State and will be a net-zero-energy solar-powered house with
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LESS WASTE, LABOR & TIME. Because SIPS are fabricated specifically for the job in the manufacturing facility and due to the repetitive/simple structure, there was very little waste (both physical & labor/time) associated with the roof structure of the Sewanee Inn and Conference Center project. The Sewanee Inn and Conference Center project started out as a nail-base project. As the project
- By Premier SIPS on October 4, 2016 in Platinum GPS SIPs, Premier Platinum, Premier SIPs in the News, SIPS, Structural Insulated PanelsKeep Reading
Production space for making energy-efficient panels to expand within company’s flagship facility in Puyallup, Washington. To enhance efficiences in the manufacturing of its energy-saving structural insulated panels (SIPs), Premier SIPs will expand the production space at its Puyallup, Washington, facility. Co-located with its sister company, Insulfoam, Premier’s SIP super plant will serve customers throughout North America, as well as internationally.
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A division of Insulfoam, a Carlisle Construction Materials Company, Premier SIPs is an incredible framing alternative to traditional dimensional lumber. Builders are saving construction time and money. Architects are gaining design flexibility and environmental product benefits. While Building Owners have superior structures with reduced utility costs. As a leader in the SIPs industry, Premier SIPs is proud to be at the forefront of efficient building systems.
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