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How our design service meets your needs

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Introducing Marley Modular Systems

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What are Structural Insulated Panels

Structural Insulated Panel System (SIPS) from Marley Modular Systems is a composite building panel made from a core of rigid polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam, sandwiched between two outer layers of Oriented Strand Board (OSB/3).

The result is a building system that is very strong, lightweight, energy efficient and cost effective. A full range of testing has been conducted by several accredited test houses to determine the structural, thermal and fire-resistant properties of the panel in different applications.

Why use SIPS

SIP panels application:

Marley SIPS Panels are ideal for residential, commercial, industrial and public building projects. Compared with traditional construction materials, SIP panels offer:

Structural integrity

Thermal efficiency

Fire rating

Lifetime energy efficiency

Acoustic insulation

Full sustainability

At least 60 year life expectancy

Design flexibility

Time saving

Offsite fabrication services

Marley Modular Systems offer an offsite pre-fabrication service for Marley SIPS panels. Using the customer’s architectural plans we can design, fabricate and deliver panelised walls, floors and roofs complete with all structural openings as part of an integrated building system.

Fabrications offering

Environmental benefits

Our solution is based on a sustainable and eco-friendly technology, based on alternative and innovative construction methods, which can dramatically decrease the cost of the electrical bills, providing excellent energy efficiency, while at the same time reduces pollution.

Environmental credentials