Green Hybrid Habitats Structural Insulated Panel Homes
Green Hybrid Habitat Residential SIPs utilize metal as the laminate rather than most structural insulated panels that use OSB or other wood derivatives. Because we fabricate an insulated building panel that utilizes metal as the laminate, we have eliminated the problems inherent in wood laminates, such as absorption of moisture and ultimate decay.
Green Hybrid Habitats energy-efficient composite insulated metal panels are produced by laminating steel over high-quality polystyrene, resulting in lighter, more durable insulated panels suitable for residential metal SIPs. They do not require additional membranes to achieve impermeability to water and are fully recommended for exterior use. SSIPs are additionally superior to the conventional wood-based SIPs in a number of ways, including the fact that they are fabricated much lighter and are water and mildew proof.
Fortunately, GHH’s advanced insulated metal panel systems (metal panel systems/insulated-metal-panels/structural-insulated-panels) do not use OSB SIPs because they are heavy, require wood framing, absorb moisture, require vapor barriers, and must include siding for weatherproofing.
Green Hybrid Habitats create advanced panel homes with low-energy demand, consistently you saving money on heating, cooling and energy bills every month. Contact our insulated metal panels manufacturing company (contact) GHH online to learn more about our residential metal buildings.
Our residential metal buildings are environmentally friendly. Because our advanced insulated metal panels are custom-made-to order, there is no on the job waste.
Additionally, our structural insulated panel homes have a lower energy demand than normal homes, and our exterior metal and interior core materials are either recyclable or made from recycled content.
Fast construction times. Our insulated metal panels join together in a “tongue and groove” design, allowing us to construct residential metal buildings much more rapidly than general construction times. For instance, if you were to frame a house with normal construction, it would take a week. If the same crew was using our panels to construct the same frame, it would take approximately a day and a half