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Hello SipCON.

Your system looks really neat. Big fan of modular solutions that cut back on building time. I have some questions, though:

Several areas of Norway are not only cold but subject to brutal weather. Harsh wind and rain demands more of the construction of a house than just cold weather. How does a SIP based house fare in typical northern coastal weather?

In Norway construction companies typically use Sintef to certify that a building system conforms to regulation and is able to face challenges like the one I mentioned above. An example of a certification is this: https://www.sintefcertification.no/no/product/index/213/tg_2220 Do you have something similar? Do you plan to have Norwegian certification?

How does SIP compare to classic framing with regards to cost? In Norway labor is more expensive relative to material cost, do you have estimates for setting up a SIP based house in Norway?

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Hello SipCON.

Your system looks really neat. Big fan of modular solutions that cut back on building time. I have some questions, though:

Several areas of Norway are not only cold but subject to brutal weather. Harsh wind and rain demands more of the construction of a house than just cold weather. How does a SIP based house fare in typical northern coastal weather?

In Norway construction companies typically use Sintef to certify that a building system conforms to regulation and is able to face challenges like the one I mentioned above. An example of a certification is this: https://www.sintefcertification.no/no/product/index/213/tg_2220 Do you have something similar? Do you plan to have Norwegian certification?

How does SIP compare to classic framing with regards to cost? In Norway labor is more expensive relative to material cost, do you have estimates for setting up a SIP based house in Norway?


Hello TiaZzz,

Thanks for your interest.

To answer to your questions, we do not hold Sintef certification, we issue our own declaration of performance for the SIP panels.
We already selling panels to Norway, Trondheim area and our clients getting permits from the local komune for the SIP buildings.
Also we are in talks with several companies from Oslo, Bergen, Tromso and they preparing first SIP projects in their areas to start building this year.

On toughness side in harsh climates, SIP panel houses is the perfect solution, because when it's properly assembled it becomes as monolith structure and nor wind or rain can damage it.
SIP houses is very popular in Canada for more than 50years and they have similar weather conditions to Norway.
When we started this three years ago we were consulting with many experts in SIP panel field, one of the guys was Al Cobb from sipschool.org and when we met him, he was very surprised that in Europe SIP's is just getting started. For example in USA, SIP panel technology is considered as an exclusive in comparison with timber framed houses.

In Europe we have different situation, because technology is new to us, the price is cheaper about 20%, if you compare the same U-value structure.

I have SIP panel kit drawings, but I don't have the mounting cost, because all houses we sent to our partners they were doing installation themselves.

For more info: info@sipcon.house

Thanks! Have a great day!
Take care!

- SipCON.House
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