Structural Insulated Panels

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) are prefabricated building materials used in residential construction in Alaska. This project prepared resources for homeowners who want to learn about SIPs, where they are used in cold climates, and considerations for Alaska.

This video gives an overview of building with SIPs in Alaska.

Read snapshot SIPs_snapshot_final.pdf.

Read full report.  SIPs_Report.pdf

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Projects

Knauf Insulation Monitoring in Tununak CCHRC and Knauf Insulation will be monitoring the moisture performance of the wall system in a truss house in Tununak, Alaska over two winters.
Cold Climate Window Insulation Evaluation Analysis of insulation technique that places foam board on exterior portion of double-pane window
Little Ventilation Project Looking at ventilation systems that can improve indoor air quality in small homes while limiting energy use.
Slab-on-Grade Foundation Best Practices An evaluation of best practices for insulating under slab-on-grade foundations
Garage Wall Analysis CCHRC is looking at attached garages to see if they adequately prevent pollutants from entering the house.