Why should you consider a Panelized Home? Not only do our panels combine speed and ease of construction, but result in straighter walls and less thermal bridging. SIPS (Structural Insulated Panels) also have superior insulation value compared to conventional stick framing. In fact, our 3 1/2" insulated panels have a 58% higher whole wall R-value than that of 2x4 stick framing.
However unlike SIPS, our panels require no more framing lumber to complete your home.
In the real world of construction, contractors like using wood products. One attribute about panels is their consistency as an engineered wood product. Framing contractors are used to wood products, and have the tools and expertise to cut them, when necessary. Our Polar Panels come with detailed shop drawings that show every numbered panel in sequence. Some have said it's like putting together a big Lego set, except the pieces are numbered and the instructions are easier to understand.
Build your next home using our Polar Panels. Our engineers have designed a simple panel system that overlaps one another starting with your first corner panel.
Home above is shown with Optional Wood Floor Foundation, 5-12 pitch trusses and 6'x40' front porch.
(A) Crawl Space or Basement (Would require our Floor Deck)
(B) Concrete Slab with Footer (Monolithic Pour, Would not require our Floor Deck.)
Includes : Insulated Polar Wall Panels, Residential Trusses (24" OC.) Windows and two Exterior Doors, Roof Purlins, Nails and Screws, Steel Siding and Roofing, Trim, R-Tech Insulation for the roof. (This would be a Completed Shell)
NOTE: Due to the volatility of material prices, Prices are subject to change without notice.