The Insulspan SIP System has long been a leading brand name in the United States and has been featured regularly on such
television shows as “This Old House” and “Bob Vila’s Home Again”. In addition, Insulspan has won many design
awards since it began operations more than 30 years ago, including the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Building
Systems Council 2004 Excellence in Home Design Award.
In a recent national building industry survey, Insulspan was rated the number-one Brand Leader in the structural insulated panel industry. According to the survey, 66% of builders found Insulspan to be the most preferred and recognized brand of SIP. Consumers benefit from the energy efficiency and affordability of structural insulated panels. The Insulspan SIP System offers healthier homes, reduced energy costs, higher appraisals and lower mortgage rates.
The Insulspan ready-to-assemble SIP package featured in the “Not So Big Show House” designed by Sarah Susanka was exhibited during and after the 2005 NAHB show. Sarah Susanka, a well-known architect and author of The Not So Big House and associated volumes on this theme says, “Frank Baker and I have been working together on sustainable homes for many years. I love to use Insulspan SIP in my designs”.