If you are looking for pricing on blank panels, we recommend you search for another SIP supplier through SIPA
We provide this simple formula to allow you a way to calculate a “ball
park” cost estimate in the planning stage of your project. The formulas
used are based on averages and each individual design will vary depending on
style, location, panel usage, etc. This
calculation is based on an average size structure (1,800 – 3,000 sf of living space) – do not use these figures for additions
as the cost for these vary greatly.
Calculate total wall area by multiplying the length of the wall times it’s height and add all wall groups together.
- Do not subtract for window or door openings.
- Round all dimensions up to the nearest foot.
2. Calculate total roof area by
multiplying the diagonal distance times the length of the ridge and add all
roof areas together.
overhangs in your calculation.
dimensions up to the nearest even foot.
3. Wall area + Roof area = Total Panel
material costs multiply the total panel area by $7.50.
This calculation provides for 4
1/2" wall panels and 8 1/4" roof panels. For thicker panels add $0.50 per SF for
each increase in thickness; example: 6 1/2” walls and 12 1/4" roof
would be $9.00 per SF.
Included in the material pricing are
the following items:
- All SIPs
- Let-in Lumber Package
- Factory Installation of the Majority of the Lumber
- Installation Accessories
- Panel Design Drawings
- HVAC Analysis
- Complete Factory Fabrication
- Delivery to the Job Site (Mid-Atlantic Region)
To calculate the
charge for installation by a PanelWrights Crew, multiply your total square
foot number by $2.50.
This calculation is for projects located within 50 miles of Harpers
Included in the labor pricing are the following items:
Unloading panel package
Heavy Equipment Needs for setting all SIPS