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Build Almost Anything

Did you know Sip Panels are used to build hundreds of millions of square feet of buildings each year? Fact is they have been in use for decades and build some of the most durable, insulated, sustainable, and affordable buildings. Sip Panels can be bought from factories spread across the USA, Canada, and Europe. They are used to build Energy Efficient, Code Complaint structures meeting Net-Zero, Passive House, and Leed certified housing and are usually priced as a premium product.

The fact is it doesn’t need to be that way. As a matter of fact the raw materials used to produce SIP Panels are relatively inexpensive commodity materials. These materials are sold and shipped in large quantities making the prices well below what the consumer or end user could ever expect to see. So why are SIP Panels so expensive? Simple! They are perceived as specialty items which command a high premium and there is one cost that can not be avoided. The cost of shipping.

The reality is shipping SIP Panels is expensive especially internationally and generally speaking, nobody can afford to ship SIP Panels.

can not afford to ship

This is how we are changing things.

First, we decoupled the SIP Panel manufacturing from the factory and created a system where SIP Panels can be built almost anywhere.

Then we make available the foam for the construction of the panels as raw materials passing the savings on to you. We also make available skin materials or show you how to purchase or use your own.

These two things reduce the SIP Panel prices significantly and by doing SIP Panel production this way, you now have the lowest cost to build or ship of ANY building material. Guaranteed.

Now almost anyone can build almost anything almost anywhere!

Meet The Founders of IADDIC Shelters

Richard Grabowski
Richard Grabowski

IADDIC is on a mission to do one thing well: provide the things necessary to build affordable, incredibly durable homes, shelters, schools and commercial structures. After 30 years of business experience and traveling the world, it is clear that there are simply too many people living in inadequate houses and shelters. In reality, much of the inadequacies in construction stems from the lack of adequate materials and the use of inadequate materials. Our job then is to take the tools, materials, and equipment needed to improve housing and shelter anywhere in the world.

Suzan Grabowski
Suzan Grabowski

It is a privilege to be “able to” do what we do! It can not be stressed enough that the deficit in housing across the globe is unacceptable. The world talks about sustainable development, and passive houses and energy consumption consumed by buildings as though it is a mystery how to correct. The fact is solutions exist today to provide better structures more afforadably and IADDIC is bringing two of those solutions to market through our Field SIP Panel Mold/Presses and Global Mobile Factories. We also give back by supporting Shelter The World Housing Ministry.