Building with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs): Strength and Energy Efficiency Through Structural Panel Construction

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Taunton Press, 2000 - House & Home - 186 pages
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Within the decade, it is estimated that as much as one-third of residential construction will use structural insulated panels, or SIPs. These energy-efficient building panels are among the strongest, most versatile construction components available today. Michael Morley presents information about this relatively new technology for the many builders who will be using it within the near future but who know little about it.

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For over 100 years, the majority of North American homes have been built using wooden framing. This technique is strong, conserves materials, and allows great design flexibility. Framing Basics (part ... Read full review

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Michael Morley is a builder in Lawrence, Kansas, who specializes in structural insulated panel construction.

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