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As more homeowners turn to make the most of the space they have, it’s important to remain compliant with the amended Part L building regulations. Find out how Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) can support this.
SIPs offer a relatively quick win for those conceiving highly insulated homes compliant with Part L Building Regulations 2022, particularly extensions and alterations to existing houses, where ‘more than a tweak’ is needed.
Schemes to help bring young people into construction have never been more important. Watch this two-minute video to see how SIPs make training easy.
SIPs thermal manufacturer, Hemsec, explains the advantages of using SIPs to achieve sustainable and energy efficient garden rooms.
Sips Supply in the Netherlands works very closely with Hemsec, whose panels are all manufactured in Britain. Sips Supply has run 200 SIPs projects since 2015 and currently has a new, major programme in the pipeline. Company director Arthur Tromp explains why he uses SIPs, and Hemsec products in particular.
We hear from experienced SIPs users who nearly always buy SIPs from leading British manufacturer Hemsec - for very good reasons, as they explain.
JML SIPs and Hemsec’s supply partnership has enabled continued production of high-quality SIPs-built Garden Rooms.
Working with disadvantaged young people, the charity Apple Cast will expand its Open Awards SIPs training to adults seeking to build their own garden rooms and home offices.
One of the UK’s largest – and the longest-standing – insulated panel manufacturers sets ambitious plans for growth with new team members.
Insulated panel manufacturer Hemsec is donating £1,000 worth of structurally insulated panels (SIPs) to charity Apple Cast, to support its partnership in a new construction project.
This new ebook from Hemsec looks at insulated metal-faced panels (IMPs) and explains how these often-overlooked materials can make a major difference to commercial construction in the UK.
Hemsec responds to significant growth in demand as homeowners turn to structural insulated panels (SIPs)-built garden rooms and home offices.
MMC projects employ a set of relatively new skills in UK construction. Hemsec examines the need for greater skills in estimating for MMC, and for a range of documented evidence of the benefits, to support the delivery of these new methods and the products used.
Significant growth for structural insulated panels (SIPs), as clients seek to construct energy-efficient homes and reduce running costs.
Despite the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed due to Covid-19, some construction sites remain closed because of an inability to source materials from abroad. Which is where British manufacturers come in.
UK manufacturer of structural insulated panels, Hemsec has partnered with NBS to help industry professionals design and specify the optimum solution using National BIM online library.
There will be a need to repurpose and redesign buildings, as well as increase space as a result of the current global pandemic, according to a growing number of industry insights.
This ebook from Hemsec looks in detail at Structured Insulated Panels (SIPs) and why they are crucial to the future of the UK construction industry.
Insulated panel manufacturer Hemsec has changed its production schedules to help organisations and businesses cope with the public health emergency.
Hemsec and partners Atom Consultants challenge the construction industry to increase the use of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs), following its successful application in many projects.
Manufacturers of composite insulated panels, Hemsec, has appointed Sarah Gazzola as its news sales manager, as the company targets further growth.
Modern Methods of Construction are a new broom sweeping through the UK building sector, with traditional brick walls starting to get brushed aside, according to a growing number of industry players.
Manufacturers of composite insulated panels in the UK, Hemsec, discusses the importance of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) in the construction industry.
There is no question that a contractor can construct better quality buildings, build them faster and provide exceptional eco-benefits, using Hemsec SIPs.
Hemsec has strengthened its team with the appointment of Jo Cunningham, who has been part of Hemsec for 11 years, from sales administration to internal sales.
The MIND YOUR HEAD campaign is set to launch with a unique “MATERIAL SUPPORT” exhibition at UK Construction Week 2019.
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