Saturday, October 07, 2023

Boxabl 2 story prefab portable house

BOXABL debuts *NEW* 2-STORY DESIGN - YouTube

Boxabl – Accessory Dwelling Unit

Boxabl – Accessory Dwelling Unit

LitePan material: Boxvana prefab homes: Composite Structural Insulated Panel (C-SIPs)

The Affordable PREFAB HOME built with Hurricane Proof Material! - YouTube

structural insulated panels that are said to be hurricane proof and can withstand the climates


Boxvana President Harrison Langley talks about LitePan - YouTube

LitePan Changing the Game — Boxvana

Boxvana™ Made with LitePan® - YouTube


Composite structural insulated panels (C-SIPs) are a form of sandwich panel used in the construction industry. These panels consist of an insulating layer of rigid core sandwiched between two outside layers of structural material. C-SIPs share the same structural properties as an I-beam or I-column. The rigid insulation core of the panel acts as a web, while the sheathing fulfills the function of the flanges. C-SIPs combine several components of conventional building, such as studs and joists, insulation, vapor barrier, and air barrier into a single panel. They can be used for many different applications, such as interior or exterior wall, roof, floor, and foundation.



14000 sqft, $195K


SCSS , CSS: random photo gallery

#CodePenChallenge: Photo Gallery - a Collection by Team CodePen on CodePen

SCSS: Syntactically Awesome Style Sheet SCSS (Sassy CSS) is a preprocessor scripting language that is a superset of CSS. It provides additional features and functionalities that are not available in regular CSS. SCSS syntax is very similar to CSS, but it allows for the use of variables, nesting, mixins, and other programming constructs. SCSS has a file extension of .scss.