Insulated Garden Buildings

Elevating Insulation with Innovation at Qube Buildings

At Qube Buildings, our commitment to sustainability is matched by our dedication to utilizing high-performance, sustainably sourced materials. This dedication has fueled decades of research and development, culminating in the creation of our advanced insulating foam core within our Bio-SIP™ panels. These panels represent the pinnacle of modular construction technology, offering unparalleled insulation for garden studios.

The heart of our Bio-SIP™ panels is a lightweight foam core, boasting exceptional thermal efficiency. This core is crafted from 100% recycled PET (polyethylene terephthalate), making it a standout choice for eco-conscious construction. This material not only contributes to substantial CO2 emission reductions over its lifespan but also offers immediate cost savings on heating for our customers. Thus, choosing our Bio-SIP™ for your garden studio ensures a cozy, efficiently heated space throughout the winter, all while minimizing heating requirements.

Our use of technology akin to that found in commercial refrigeration showcases the sophistication behind our Bio-SIP™. This technology employs an internal foam core structure that maintains separate warm and cool air, effectively preventing thermal transfer. The foam’s closed-cell structure, filled with tiny air pockets, is key to its insulating capabilities, ensuring your space remains comfortable regardless of the season.

The Sustainable Strength of Recycled PET

Our commitment to sustainability extends to our innovative use of recycled PET, sourced from used plastic bottles destined for landfill. Through a meticulous process of sorting, crushing, granulation, and extrusion foaming, we transform these bottles into a robust, water-resistant foam core. This material’s superior strength and rigidity make it ideal for garden studios of all sizes, significantly reducing plastic waste.

Surrounding this innovative foam core are two exterior boards, bonded directly to it and made from natural, organic materials like flax fibres mixed with bio-resin. This combination yields a strong, waterproof exterior while maintaining a light overall weight. Flax fibre, known for its use in durable products like tarpaulins and fishing nets, demonstrates exceptional strength and water resistance. When used in construction, flax and similar materials not only conserve energy and fuel but also capture CO2, helping to reduce our atmospheric carbon footprint.

Moreover, the sustainability of our Bio-SIP™ systems doesn’t end with their initial use. Designed for easy dismantling, these panels can be repurposed, avoiding the need for adhesives in assembly and allowing for the reuse and recycling of materials. This vision for a recyclable, reusable future underscores our commitment to the planet’s well-being.

In essence, Qube Buildings’ Bio-SIP™ systems are not just innovative and efficient construction materials; they are a step forward in our journey towards a sustainable future, actively contributing to carbon reduction and the repurposing of materials for a healthier planet.

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