SIPs lay a foundation for savings

COURTESY OYSTER WORKS
BACK ON THE BLOCK: These “climate block,” structurally insulated panels were installed at Charlestown Wine & Spirits On Old Post Road.
COURTESY OYSTER WORKS BACK ON THE BLOCK: These “climate block,” structurally insulated panels were installed at Charlestown Wine & Spirits On Old Post Road.
When it comes to green building, structural insulated panels, or SIPs as they are called in the industry, are used for walls and ceilings. However, their increasing use make them part of the foundation for reducing energy costs. As the movement toward green building and sustainable development slowly gains momentum, contractors are increasingly using SIPs…

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