SIPs cross section

SIPs edge view showing lamination of panels

SIPs edge view

SIP cross section view of two panels being joined to make one monolithic structure. Panels are joined by two splines of MgO which are glued with a specialized glue which causes your home to act as a very strong monolithic structure. Only enough screws are used to hold the panels in place while the glue sets after which you could remove all screws since they serve no further purpose once the glue drys. Very strong yet flexible enough to move along with stress like hurricanes and earthquakes without fracturing like rigid concrete for example.