How Much Do SIPs Developments Cost?
The cost of a SIPs development depends on a number of factors. As every job is different, we price up jobs individually. We breakdown our quotes to explain the various costs involved.
The price of SIPs panels will depend on:
- The area (m2) of floors/ceilings there are in the building
- The area (m2) of SIPs walls there are
- The area (m2) of internal, load bearing walls –38x89 timber studs
- The complexity of the roof, and the area (m2) of SIPs required to form it
- Whether it’s new build, conversion or extension
- The time required to build
To get an accurate quote for your development please send us your plans. From these we will be able to provide you with an accurate quotation, based on a number of factors such as those listed above.
If you would like to enquire about the cost of SIPs panels for your building project, call us on (01756) 799498.
Alternatively, you can request a quote using our online enquiry form.
When it comes to the cost of SIPs panels, a key consideration is the savings that can be made in the long term. Their airtight fit will significantly reduce heating bills, increasing the building’s sale value and kerb appeal. When combined with a MVHR system*, they can be used to create a home that naturally regulates its own temperature, reducing the strain on heating systems and creating a more comfortable living environment.
SIPs are fabricated in our factory rather than on-site, so they’re cut to size and ready to be erected by our experienced team as soon as we arrive on your site (more about our process). This will reduce labour costs and, in the case of developers, allow for the completion of more projects on a year-on-year basis.
Since they also free up extra living space, SIPs can dramatically increase the value and functionality of your home. They retain their insulating properties for the entire lifespan of the building and require little or no maintenance. In short, they offer an extremely cost effective long-term solution compared to other types of construction.
*MVHR system: mechanical ventilation system with heat recovery. These switch stale air for fresh air, recovering heat in the process.