Structurally Insulated Panels

About SIPs

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) are highly energy efficient building panels that have become very important for today’s energy efficient construction.   They are extremely strong and cost effective.  Specifying SIPS will save time and money for your residential or commercial project.

Cross Country Solutions Inc. is working with one of the nation’s most technically advanced SIPs manufacturers that has been manufacturing SIPs since 1992. They are one of the leaders in the industry with state of the art design, production, and delivery methods.  SIPs are easily integrated into stick frame construction, post and beam or timber frame construction.  SIPs roof panels are an excellent choice in cathedral roof situations and will be engineered to meet demanding wind and snow loads. They are able to manufacture panels up to 8’ x 24’ in a fully-automated laminating press. The panels are then cut by a CNC machine according to computer-generated drawings.

If you are planning to build soon and would like to consider SIPs, contact CCS inc, for technical specifications and pricing.

The roof and wall components for the structural envelope will be delivered to your building site in labeled bundles.

Labor to erect the building package can be cut nearly in half. Material waste at the site will almost be nonexistent.

1. Incorporating SIPs in walls and roofs creates a tightly sealed envelope.

2. You can save up to 50% on heating and cooling costs.

3. HVAC units may be downsized.

4. Less building materials going to waste sites.

5. Building envelope is enclosed more quickly which means you can move in sooner.

6. OSB is made from fast growing trees

The process

The design team will integrate SIPS into your framing plan.  The SIPS panels will then be fabricated and shipped to your site along with the other structural components as your schedule demands.  All panels and components will be sequenced and labeled for a seamless erection process.

We encourage to visit the SIPA (Structural Insulated Panel Association) website (

sips.org) for more information about SIPs.