GO-Logic, Inc

Carpenters apply beads of acrylic sealant to SIPs and stick framing to create an air seal, prior to installing a short section of SIP above a door opening.

The short section of SIP is a hair too long for the opening because of a small inaccuracy in placing the adjacent panels.

Carpenters confirm that the small SIP section is too long for the opening.

A carpenter trims back the OSB skin of the short panel section in order to allow the piece to fit into place.

Carpenters fit the modified SIP piece into place after trimming to fit.

Carpenters attach the panel section to the stud wall frame using long hardened screws supplied by R-Control.

Panel splines are nailed into place at the panel joint using 8-penny nails.

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