Welcome to SimplySIPS

Manufacturers Of Structural Insulated Panels UK

Simply SIPS offer a unique opportunity if you are considering making you own Garden Studio, Garden Office, Garden Room etc.

Lincolnshire Garden Studios SIPS Panels

We are a small, Lincolnshire based business, that will manufacture your SIP Panels to your exact standards, allowing you to assemble your project quickly and easily.

SimplySIPs was ‘born’ when our director was working from home and realised that his third bedroom just was not big enough. He then did a google search to find out what the alternative was and was HORRIFIED at what some Garden Studios cost! He was not in a position to spend in excess of £25,000 on a (albeit great looking) studio, it was cheaper to build a house!

Low Levels of Waste

If you use footprint sizes that are compatible with the panels it saves on extra cuts and wastage.

Fewer Noise Penetrations

Insulation helps with noise reduction

Quick Build Time

Can be constructed in days rather than weeks compared to traditional timber build.

Reduced Construction Costs

Cheaper than traditional timber build, for example the materials and labour time.

What are SIPs

Using a product called SIPs (Structurally Insulated Panels), we can produce a fully insulated “box,” allowing you to enjoy a warm sanctuary 365 day a year. The panels can be used for the floor, walls and the roof. Its all in the description, Summer Houses that are offered by shed companies, are just that, houses that can be used in summer, they are not insulated at all.

SIPs panels are easy to manoeuvre, two people can easily lift them into position, this coupled with the speed of build, a Garden Studio can easily be erected in a day.


Many products, and Success Stories

Take a look at our varied product range, as well as the Case Studies for whom we have worked.  This is a new area, and growing rapidly.


More About SIPS

SIPs panels are a very basic concept, they consist of two pieces of OSB3 board, with a rigid insulation in between, like a sandwich (they are sometimes called sandwich panels). In the manufacturing process, the sandwich is glued using a specialist adhesive, then put under immense pressure in a press. Once cured, the panels act like an RSJ beam which is very strong.