SIP House Construction, Designed by EVstudio

by Kacy Landsittel on June 10, 2011

SIP panel on boom truck

SIP panels arrive and are lifted into position with use of a boom truck

braced SIPs

Several of the main level SIP wall panels are in position and temporarily braced

SIP house rear

The house here is in rough framing stage and the SIP walls are nearly all installed

Rough framing stage finished

Here, the rough framing stage is complete and fenestration has been installed

SIP house front

Front of SIP house in Arvada

EVstudio has had the opportunity and pleasure to work with a client that desired a SIP (structurally insulated panel) house. Located in Arvada, Colorado, and on property with a lake, the home features a walkout rear basement and other than the foundation walls, all the walls are constructed of SIPs and the roof is framed with pre-engineered trusses. Although the use of SIPs in an architectural design requires some extra logistics of an unconventional construction type, some additional structural requirements not found in typical frame construction, it affords the homeowner with a superior thermal envelope and solid construction. And we are pleased to have one in our library of experience and look forward to acquiring more SIP projects. We developed a good relationship with the builder, Jeff Kissee of Lyntal Construction who has been a pleasure to work with as well. We are more than familiar with using SIPs and work closely with manufacturers to ensure a quality design.


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