Structural Insulated Panel Systems Installation Procedures
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The attached PDF file explains the Structural Insulated Panel Systems installation procedures.

Architectural Drawings Detail
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The attached PDF file contains detail of our architectural drawings. Click on document below to read or to download.

Car On Your Roof
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We decided to do some testing of our own on the Thermocore MO 6 1/2″ roof panel and we were very surprised with the results!! 3/4″ deflection with a car that weighs 4400 lbs. and the panel goes right back … Read More

Infared Comparison
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Here are two infrared scans taken at night of two individual houses. Environmental conditions were identical for both with an outside temperature of 24 degrees Fahrenheit. Both photos were taken in the evening. The photo at right is of a … Read More

Compare to Stick Built Home
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Thermocore of Missouri’s structurally insulated panel system offers features you just can’t get from conventional stick built homes. Most importantly, unlike stick framing, Thermocore of Missouri SIPS deliver what you pay for. According to Oak Ridge National Laboratories, conventional fiberglass … Read More

Compare to EPS Panels
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Thermocore of Missouri panels may look like other structural insulated panels, but looks don’t tell the entire story. Most panel systems use Expanded Polystyrene (EPS), a product that’s been in use for over 50 years. EPS has an R-Value of … Read More

Blower Door Tests
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Blower door tests are performed on homes to determine the air infiltration rate or air leakage/exchange rate. Just as important as R-Value is the amount of air that leaks in or out of your home. You can build an R-100 … Read More

Using SIPS with Timber Frame Structures
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Whether your new home is a full timber frame or a hybrid, Thermocore of Missouri’s structural insulated panel system is the perfect enclosure system for you. The 4″ thick R-24 panel is custom manufactured to fit on your frame. Each … Read More

Real Cost of Building
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What does it really cost to build a house? Most people think of that cost in terms of the lot price, the cost of the materials, and the builder’s fee. But the cost of building a house doesn’t end when … Read More