Healthy single and multi-family homes outfitted with a building envelope that offers exceptional air and weathtightness guaranteed to last.
Comfort and beauty are blended seamlessly together in this luxury home. This Shelter Island home features amazing views of the Peconic River, an energy-efficient design, and a natural open-joint facade
Learn how the Moulton Farm House project team achieved a 0.36 ACH @50 on their pre insulation blower door test using SIGA.
A Vermont builder built this home with a heating dominate climate in mind.
A luxury home built with comfort in mind. A homeowner learns about the power of an air and weathertight building envelope and looks for the right solution.
Finch Cambridge, formerly known as Concord Highlands, is a 6-story residential building which is expected to be Cambridge’s largest new-construction, 100% affordable housing development in over 40 years.
Net-zero energy apartments in the heart of Portland, Oregon.
Picturesque farmhouse-style home in Lyme, New Hampshire melds traditional New England charm with modern, energy-efficient materials.
A high-end condo developer in NYC needed to protect their building from water penetration and turned to SIGA for a solution.
An architect and contractor achieve their very first Passive House build using SIGA products. Achieving a blower door result of 0.05 CFM50/square foot.
Vermont's first passive house multi-family building received three national awards from the Passive House Institute US in 2017.
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Building envelopes built to go the distance on multi-family buildings with superior air and weathertightness.
A building envelope system proven to protect your commercial projects.
Protect your mixed-use building and its residents. SIGA products improve the air and weathertightness of your building for better comfort and lower operating costs.
Go beyond code. Build passive house to reduce energy requirements and improve occupant comfort for a more sustainable future.
Mass timber moisture protection and building envelope solutions.