Magnesium Oxide Boards (MgO) & Structural Insulate Panel (SIPs) – a unique and new building product for the Manitoba & Northwestern Ontario market
Great potential for the new-home market, commercial industry, plus the rural and cottage-country market


MgO SIPs combine two important new technologies:

Structural insulated panels (SIPs) are not new to the construction industry but they are not yet common practice. SIPs are factory constructed wall systems that are delivered to a construction site and erected on location. They replace the traditional process of framing, insulating, exterior cladding and dry-walling on site. A number of contractors use this building technology today, however they typically utilize traditional materials such as OSB board, lumber, fiberglass insulation and gypsum wallboard.
Magnesium oxide (MgO) boards replace both the OSB and gypsum wallboard as the skins of the SIP, while the centre of the SIP is filled with EPS (expanded polystyrene) styro-foam instead of fiberglass.

The result is a panel with superior characteristics including:

  • Fire Resistance
    Will not burn
    Standard 1 hour (2-hour available)
  • Mould and Mildew Resistance
  • Highly Energy Efficient
    Solid construction = fewer thermal breaks
  • Green Technology
    In-factory assembly = less job site waste
  • Interior Finish with conventional mud & tape or textured finish
    Exterior Finish as desired
  • Extremely low VOC Emissions
    No off-gassing
  • Simplified Construction
    Combines framing, vapour-barrier, insulation, interior finish & exterior cladding
    Quick to close in; no hoarding of concrete
    Curbs labour costs
  • Durable & Structurally Superior Use for…
    Foundation walls, above-grade walls
    Roof for strong, warm, vaulted ceilings
    Solid, sound-proof Floors and Demising Walls
  • Quiet, Draft-free environment

Want to read more about MgO SIPs? Check out our Product History page!

Do you have any questions? Make sure you send us an email, and we’ll do our best to answer any questions you have.