Enercept has been manufacturing quality Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) for over 30 years.
Enercept started as a subsidiary of Energy Concept in 1981. With the vision of crafting a future in manufacturing structural insulated panels, founder Harold Henley dared it all. By 1982, Enercept, Inc. built a huge, 26,000 square-foot facility of its own design and products in Watertown, South Dakota.
Enercept designs custom Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) to exactly fit your building needs. Whether you’re building a timber frame, conventional home, commercial, agricultural or light industrial Enercept SIPs are the perfect fit for your project. Our SIPs are high-performance building panels made with an expanded polystyrene (EPS) rigid foam core sandwiched between two structural skins of 7/16″ oriented strand board (OSB) used in floors, walls, and roofs. Enercept’s standard 6″ SIP wall has an R-24.87 value, and we additionally offer R-40 or R-50 panels for your roof. Every panel is custom manufactured to fit. Each panel comes with our standard features including:
Enercept panels have been used internationally with projects in Antarctica, Greenland, Spain, Japan, Switzerland, France, Mexico and Canada. The largest project utilizing Enercept SIPs is the International Science Station located at the South Pole.
In 2012, Enercept added an 8’wide (jumbo) panel line.
Enercept is a proud member of The Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA), the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the Timber Framers Guild.
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