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Insulated Panel Housing Offers a Growing Future Path for New Home Builders

Insulated Panel Housing Offers a Growing Future Path for New Home Builders

Some advantages of this module panel construction method include better insulation values than other forms of conventional building creating energy cost savings of up to 50 / 60%.

Why try to make your house cooler or warmer with expensive power sapping air conditioners when you can you can build smarter with better design. This will save you money for a lifetime.

Add double glazed windows and doors to add to this thermally efficient package.

Structural Insulated Panels are suitable for the walls, the roof and the floor of your new home. Just like building yourself a big cool room without the refrigeration.

Insulated panels are factory made using a rigid foam insulation sandwiched between an inner and outer skin. Various thicknesses from 50mm to 140mm are used for specific applications and improved R value ratings.

Together with ease of erection these panel designs will save you money and time with reduced trade costs on site. Walls are pre finished both inside and out and you can render and paint if you wish.

Minimize your carbon footprint with this green environmentally friendly building solution delivering a high level of strength, simplicity of building and thermal efficiency no other type of building can offer.

This innovative building system has undergone extensive development over the last twenty years to now offer a real alternative to traditional frame building.

Why not join the revolution?

Think smart - think green - help save the planet by doing your bit!

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