3100 9th Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
Phone: (605) 882-2222
Fax: (605) 882-2753
The durability and ease of construction with Enercept Structural Insulated Panels make them the material of choice for all your agricultural and storage needs. SIPs are a suitable solution due to their versatility, strength, and efficiency.
Versatility: Not only are SIPs energy efficient, they are versatile enough to suit your agricultural and large storage needs.Whether you're considering a simple storage shed, an intricately-designed showpiece or even renovating a historical barn, Enercept SIPs are a terrific choice.
Since each panel is manufactured to your exact specifications, there are many possibilities. If a simple design is your style, blank panels which can be custom-finished on site may be a good fit. If a more complicated profile with myriad peaks, valleys and details are what you need, our experienced drafting and production team can bring your vision to life.
Utilizing SIPs for your entire structure offers the most benefit, but many clients opt for walls or roof only or even use SIPs to clad an existing structure (perhaps an existing barn) as well as for additions. SIPs design flexibility affords the ability to integrate with existing structural elements and even steel frames.
Strength: Large equipment means big storage solutions. SIPs, with their high load capacity and strength lend themselves well to wide open spaces, perfect for agricultural storage needs.
Your equipment is an integral part of your livelihood. With storage comprised of SIPs, your vehicles, from tractors to combines or even airplanes, can be safely stored indoors, protected by a structure which is stronger and more airtight than its stick frame counterpart. SIPs enable loads to be distributed across the entire panel due to the continuous bond between the sheathing and the rigid insulation. When the two materials are laminated together, they create a panel which is 2.5 times stronger than a stick-frame wall.
Efficiency: The efficiency of SIPs simply cannot be beat when it comes to time, costs and energy efficiency.
"Despite single-digit temps, the construction crew got almost all the exterior walls up this week." − Jorgensen Land & Cattle Facebook post December 9, 2016
Vern A., Lake City, SD
Jorgensen Land & Cattle
Todd S., Jackson, MN
Fact: SIPs are flexible and can be customized for almost any building design.
Fact: A skilled electrician who has reviewed the plans ahead of time can wire a SIP home quickly and easily using our patented, factory-installed electrical chases.
Fact: SIPs have been around since the 1930s. Their current configuration was developed in 1950 and has withstood the test of time.
Fact: When adding labor costs, energy savings, job site waste, and cost of material together, building with SIPs is comparable or less expensive than traditional construction.
Fact: Though there are many terms associated with building panels, such as “sandwich panels” and “stress-skin panels. Many of these panels are non-structural and some have no insulation. These terms are not necessarily interchangeable. Be sure you're comparing apples to apples.