3100 9th Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
Phone: (605) 882-2222
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At Enercept we like to say that structural insulated panels (SIPs) are “the future of framing,” but in truth, the future is now. Enercept has been fabricating SIPs since 1981, and has built a reputation for delivering the most customized SIPs on the market. That is why we are the “builders’ choice.”
Enercept’s solid core of expanded polystyrene (EPS) virtually eliminates the thermal bridging, or cold spots,
common with traditional insulation. What’s more, Enercept's insulation maintains its integrity over time
and won’t settle or absorb moisture. Your SIPs home can be 2.5 times stronger than other homes;
laminating the exterior and interior of the EPS core with oriented strand board (OSB) gives the SIPs an I-beam-like strength.
Because you are insulating, sheathing and framing in just one step, you can save time — and money — in
construction. Moreover, since the entire inside wall is sheathed with 7/16” OSB, hanging sheetrock,
cabinets, curtains and even pictures is easier and faster than in other homes.
Enercept clients are sold on the SIPs when they realize that SIPs are an improvement upon stick-framing. SIPs take what’s good about sticks (straightforward building, ease of use and customization) and upgrades the performance, from improving structural capabilities, to increasing energy efficiency, to speeding up installation while keeping the project fully customizable. Compared to the traditional stick-built route, SIPs provide a stronger, more robust and highly energy-efficient structure built for a lifetime.
Enercept Structural Insulated Panels have been approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as specified in Structural Engineering Bulletin Number 1067.
Why build ordinary, when you can build extraordinary!
- Exceeds Building codes: 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2018 International Building Code (IBC) and International Residential Code (IRC) recognized
- 2009-2018 International Residential Code (IRC) Prescriptive Method
- ANSI Standard
Quieter and Healthier Environment
Enercept SIPs reduce wind and other outside noises. The naturally tight construction of a SIP shell minimizes dust and other allergens from entering the home.
The Meadows is Williston’s beautiful single-family-home neighborhood with panoramic views over the Eagle Ridge Golf Club, the river, and extending to the horizon. The high-performance Enercept SIPs construction will provide a temperate, comfortable and healthy environment for homeowners.
Most of the home packages we provide are custom designs. For your convenience, we offer several pre-designed conceptual plans. They can also be helpful in narrowing down your ideas in terms of style, square footage, and price range.
Energy-efficient, single family home plans may be exactly what you had in mind or they can serve as a 'jumping-off' point for a custom design for your new home
John P., Bisbee, AZ
Peter O. Eureka, SD
Darin L., Clark, SD
The Enercept team and nationwide network of dealers and builders are ready to bring environmentally friendly,
worry-free framing and insulation solutions to you. We have built a strong relationship with many talented and trustworthy professionals.
Click below to find the Enercept Regional Sales Manager for your area.
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 1969 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.