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3D Sanibel Floor Plan with Alternate Exterior Treatments

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Using Steel Snap-N-Lock Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) you can build an existing floor plan, modify an existing floor plan, convert a conventional home plan into a SIP plan, or you can create a completely custom home.

These Sanibel renderings illustrate how your home can be designed and outfitted to look the way you want it.  Do you want your new home in the mountains to have a rustic/cabin feel?  No problem!  Do you want your new beach house to sit pretty on the coast?  Easy!

Sanibel with Vinyl Siding
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Craftsman Style Sanibel
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Beach House Sanibel
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Rustic Sanibel
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The Future of Building

Written by Laura Kusisto of the Wall Street Journal "New-home construction has emerged from the recession rather shaky thanks to scarce land, skyrocketing construction costs and cash-strapped buyers. For the 10th anniversary of its survey on home design trends, the American Institute of Architects asked a panel of more than 500 architects what they expect…
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The Standard in Snap-N-Lock Homes: RenewAire Energy Recovery Ventilator

The Snap-N-Lock™ Panel System creates an extremely tight building envelop - meaning that virtually all wasteful air leaks are eliminated, which results in an extremely energy efficient building with little energy loss. Because of this tight building envelop, an exchange system becomes the key to obtaining maximum energy efficiency in your home. The RenewAire Ventilator…
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What is a Snap-N-Lock Energy Efficient Panel?

The SNAP-N-LOCK™ Insulated Panels are pressure laminated composites of baked, polyester-coated steel or aluminum coil sheets that have been roll formed to produce a patented locking system, and computer cut and routed expanded polystyrene foam (EPS). These elements are laminated under pressure with an adhesive to produce a panel having structural and insulative properties. The…
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