Structural Insulated Panels for Residential and Commercial Construction

Welcome to the amazing world of SIPS (Structural Insulated Panels). We are Korwall Industries the leader in SIP manufacturing; Korwall Industries has been in the panel business since 1962 in Arlington TX. For over four decades we have been providing quality panels all across the United States.

Here at Korwall we aim to build you the most energy efficient green custom home or commercial building that is possible, with unsurpassed quality, engineering, and customer service. As you know with the rising costs of energy in the U.S. today it has become paramount for the consumer to make educated decisions on how to best build their home or commercial building to save them money. We feel that Korwall SIPs are the answer to help you accomplish your goal of an energy efficient, green custom home, This happens in several different ways.

Korwall Projects Can Save You up to 60% on All Future Energy Bills

Our Projects

Templeton Residence - Residential Projects built with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) - Korwall Industries

We use our highly energy efficient materials and practices for both residential and commercial projects. Our portfolio consists of tailor-made energy efficient homes as well as commercial establishments for companies like Atmos Energy, Bone Daddy’s BBQ, or the Red River Wildlife Refuge Center.

Introduction to SIPS

Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) - Korwall Industries

Structural insulated panels (SIPs) are a high performance building system for residential and light commercial construction. The panels consist of an insulating foam core sandwiched between two structural facings, typically oriented strand board (OSB). The result is a building system that is strong, energy efficient and cost effective.

Building Green

Building Green - Residential and Commercial Projects with Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) - Korwall Industries

Building Green – also known as sustainable or high performance building – is the practice of 1) increasing efficiency with which buildings and their sites use and harvest energy, water, and materials; and 2) protecting the building life cycle: siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and deconstruction.