Are you an architect or building developer? Would you like to optimise your next development project’s sustainability in the most cost-effective way? Would you like to use a product which is safe, easy to install, and provides outstanding levels of thermal performance? If this sounds like you, the GLB M2 single eco SIP panel could be the perfect choice for your next development project.

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Why choose GLB M2 single panel?

GLB M2 single panel is designed to maximise the cross section available for insulation, and by incorporating high tensile steel wire interconnected the high compression strength of EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) and high tensile strength of steel means the insulation core adds significantly to the strength of the panel, allowing less material to be used and the panel is more than capable for structural applications. They are easy to handle and install and can be finished in almost any way. If you’re considering using GLB M2 single panels for your next project, here are five benefits to help you to make a fully informed decision.

1. Ideal for numerous building applications

GLB M2 single panel has been used with all types of buildings. It can be used for constructing new-build residential properties, commercial buildings, and as part of a property renovation. It can also be used in a hybrid environment in conjunction with other traditional building materials. GLB M2 panels can be used as wall partitions, curtain walling, floors, and roofing, making it the perfect material for a comprehensive development project.

2. Low carbon sustainable design

Using GLB M2 single panels can save over 65% of energy usage in a standard UK home. Less CO2 is produced when constructing the panels, and they can be recycled and reused to reduce waste. Our SIP single panels are especially popular in passive house design.

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3. Extensive customisation capacity

Whatever the design specifications of your development project, GLB M2 single panels can be cut to fit. Any geometric shape is attainable, and materials can be cut during manufacture or on-site for ease of installation and used as both structural and non-structural components.

4. Created to meet current fire safety standards

GLB M2 single panels are made using fire retardant expanded polystyrene . Once installed, they are completely encased in a layer of concrete providing a further layer of safety, as concrete is noncombustible. They have been tested to international fire resistance standards and achieve an REI rating of 120 minutes.

5. Quick and easy to install

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GLB M2 single eco SIP panels are an extremely light weight product. This makes them easy to transport, handle, and install without having a negative impact on their strength, safety, and thermal performance. When compared to traditional building methods, using GLB M2 single panels can reduce construction time by up to 50%.

As you can see, GLB M2 technology from Green Life Buildings, a green building company, is a sustainable alternative to more traditional building products. With the current global drive towards creating more sustainable products and methods of construction, Green Life Buildings are perfectly placed to lead this environmentally sustainable revolution.

If you’d like to find out more about working with Green Life Buildings, get in touch today. Call us on 0330 1332 463 or contact us online.

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We know you are under pressure to reduce construction costs and build time, while also building in a more sustainable way. Our building system will provide you with greater speed of construction, a lower carbon footprint and better value than traditional bricks and mortar, steel, or timber frames. So, why not change the way you build today?

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