Smart SIPs can provide a complete service to supply SIPs panels and assist to bring your new home concepts together.
We work with the Homeowner, Owner Builder or working directly with the Builder to assist with Passive House and or Net-zero emission buildings to bring reduced energy use and operating cost to your new home.
We can provide MgO & OSB SIPs supply and our home design service and engineering for all your design and building needs.
We are located in Melbourne, Victoria and can provide our service all over Australia.
Smart SIPS MgO & OSB panels decrease labour costs and have high insulation values making your project more competitive and profitable.
With Smart SIPs MgO & OSB Structural Insulated Panels, you can count on decreased construction time, saving time and money.
Building made easy for both owner builders and registered builders.
Smart SIPs MgO and OSB panels combine four labour tasks into one: framing, insulating, external cladding and internal lining.
Using Smart SIPs will get your project to lockup quicker.
Savings for a Lifetime with Smart SIPs and working towards Passive House or Net-zero Emission Buildings with design and construction
The Smart SIPs home featured on this page has an energy rating of 8.2 stars.
This home is 372m2 (40.8 squares or 4,080 square feet). It is built over three levels on a 364m2 severely sloping block with 5.4m of fall.
Less Operating Costs
The home is located in climate zone 60 which has a requirement of 60% heating and 40% cooling.
With an 8.2 Star rated home the heating bills will be 67% less than a 6 Star rated home and the cooling bills will be 85% less than a 6 Star rated home built in the same area and to the same size.
Saving on Home Running Costs
This is where the benefits of using Smart SIPs MgO & OSB panels really pays off, not only are you getting a faster build job and a home with less air leakage, you will be saving money every day on the ever-increasing energy bills while living in a much more comfortable
Net-Zero Emission Buildings or Passive House design
The trend now and into the future is Net-zero emission buildings or Passive House to arrive at a design and construction that uses less energy to build and operate during the life of the building to help the environment and your operating cost over the life on the home.