Structural Insulated Panels (SIP) and Insulated Standing Seam Roof (ISSR) panel options with Shoer Insulated Panels

Whether it is a residential or a commercial building, the most costly expenditure after construction is the heating and cooling costs. That’s why we offer a choice of roofing systems that have strength, durability, and energy efficiency in mind.

SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels) Roofing Panels

SIPs roof panels (also known as Stress Panels or Sandwich Panels) are constructed of two sheets of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) with a solid foam core. Each panel is connected to the truss system or ridge beam of your structure and typically provide a stronger roof system than that of conventional roof construction. Shingles, metal panels or other roofing material is then applied directly to the SIPs panels. Each panel can be 4 foot to 24 foot in length and up to 48 inches wide. They are typically 8 1/4” thick but can be thicker or thinner according to your project and individual needs.

THIS IS A MODEL SHOWING HOW SIPS ROOF PANELS CONNECT TO THE STRUCTURE’S ROOF TRUSS SYSTEM AND THE SIPS WALL PANELS WHEN USING STANDARD SIPS CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES.

ISSR (Insulated Standing Seam Roof) Panels

Insulated Standing Seam roof panels give you the look of a traditional metal roof system with the added benefits of an insulating foam core for excellent “R” values that translate into future energy cost savings. This Standing Seam roof panel offers maximum protection against the elements as well as added strength and protection against damage from foot traffic as compared to other standing seam roof products.