The short answer? Enercept Structures go up quickly, are warmer, tighter, straighter, stronger and quieter than traditional methods. They provide an exceptional construction experience for you — and your clients.
- Faster construction — Structural insulated panels combine structural framing, insulation, and sheathing into one step, which saves you on-site labor — and money! All Enercept window and door openings are factory built, complete with framing and headers. The fast enclosure system also extends your building season.
- Fewer framing errors — SIPs reduce the margin for framing errors. Each panel is numbered to correspond with a computerized CAD panel layout drawing. With the Enercept 4′-wide panel system,
all rough openings are cut and framed at the factory, and include structural headers. Panels are built to the engineer’s specs, taking the hassle and guesswork out of design and quality
- Less job site waste — When installing SIPs, there's virtually no waste to contend with, meaning more saved time and money!
We have a wealth of technical information at the ready: Construction Guide, Electrical Guide, spec sheets, technical data information, limited warranty, fire rating, wall and roof R-value charts, code approvals, and SIPs building tips will all help ensure your crew is ready when your panels arrive on-site.
If you're more of a hands-on learner, we have experienced SIPs builders to coach you through the basic process using virtual training methodology.
Enercept Structures go up quickly, are straighter, flatter, stronger and provide an exceptional construction experience.
CUT LABOR NEEDS BY 55%
Reduce Framing Labor by 55%, Shorten construction duration. Eliminate most insulation labor. Downsize HVAC equipment, and get a Warmer, Tighter, Stronger, Quieter building that heats and cools for 40-60% less than conventional construction!
Improved Dimensional Stability
Superior strength — Could your truss roof support the weight of a pickup truck?
Less Raw Materials / Waste
Our SIPs generate nearly zero job site waste. With the exception of caulk packaging, everything that arrives on the Enercept delivery truck gets used in erecting the building ... nothing goes in the dumpster.
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