Habitat For Humanity SIPS Home

FischerSIPS prides itself on community involvement, and the Habitat for Humanity project embodied the values of affordable, green construction that we place emphasis on and support as an eco friendly company.

On June 3, 2003, the Keeylen family of Louisville, KY received a new, SIPS home utilizing eco friendly building materials, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity and FischerSIPS. The home, located at 4018 Greenwood Avenue, was donated to Janet Keeylen and her family to help improve their living conditions and energy costs. SIPS panels were donated by FischerSIPS and the foam for the panels was donated by Creative Packaging of Louisville, KY.

The FischerSIPS crew, along with many habitat volunteers, was able to construct the house in as little as five hours, validating that SIPS panels are one of the quickest and most affordable options when building a residential structure. The dedication ceremony for the Habitat for Humanity house took place September 13, 2003. The Keeylen family was very excited to be living in the first Habitat Home in the area to be built using SIPs panels. For more information regarding this project, refer to the contact information below:

SIPS home for Habitat For HumanityHabitat for Humanity SIPS HomeSIPS Panel end studs are addedCutting down the end studsSIPS Panels going into placeSIPS Panel homes are easy to construct and go up fastThis Panelized Home was constructed in only 5 hoursThe first Geen SIPS Home for Habitat for Humanity

FischerSIPS – Damian Pataluna
(502) 778-5577
Rob Locke – Habitat for Humanity
http://www.habitat.org/
(502) 637-6265
The Habitat for Humanity