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TDHD SIP Panels - Structural Insulated Panels

TDHD SIP Panels » A Better Building Alternative

SIP Panel - Structural Insulated PanelsTDHD SIP Panels, as tested by the U.S. Department of Energy, have been proven to outperform conventional frame construction by at least 66% for energy efficiency. TDHD SIP Panels are 2-1/2 times stronger than conventional framing, cut the framing process down to approximately 1/3rd the time, and offer superior noise and weather isolation over traditional framing methods.

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TDHD SIP Panels » Exceeding New Building Standards

Title 24 of the California Building Code, set into action on October 1, 2005, places a mandatory emphasis on better insulated, more tightly constructed and energy efficient buildings. TDHD SIP Panels currently exceed these new stringent construction standards.

TDHD SIP Panels » For Quality Construction

OSB - Oriented Strand Board - SIP Panel ConstructionOriented Strand Board, or OSB, is an engineered wood product formed by layering strands (flakes) of wood in specific orientations. In appearance it has a rough and variegated surface with the individual strips (around 2.5 by 15 cm each) lying unevenly across each other in the direction of their grain.

Expanded Polystyrene - EPS - SIP Panel ConstructionExpanded Polystyrene, or EPS, is a polymer made from the monomer styrene, a liquid hydrocarbon that is commercially manufactured from petroleum. At room temperature, polystyrene is normally a solid thermoplastic, but can be melted at higher temperature for molding or extrusion, then resolidified. Styrene is an aromatic monomer, and polystyrene is an aromatic polymer.


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