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Amerisips home survives F2 tornado on Johns Island, SC

Johns Island SC tornado homeOn September 25, 2015, a Johns Island, SC community located on Sonny Boy Lane was awakened at 1:00 AM to the sound of emergency alerts on their cellphones and extremely high winds pounding against their homes. The next morning, the destruction was enormous. Most homes along Sonny Boy lane had several structural and water damage and one was totally destroyed. Our home, located across the street from a destroyed home and centered between severally damaged homes was found to have minimal damage. Besides a view broken (not shattered) high impact glass windows and missing siding, our EcoShell™ home withstood what it was designed to do. More Details and Photos

Interviews from the 2015 Charleston Home & Design Show

Learn about the the Tiny Home & the innovation inside Amerisips’ latest product: Insulsteel™


Amerisips wins U.S. Department of Energy Custom Housing Innovation Award

DOE Award Winning HomeEnergy Efficiency Award

The U.S. Department of Energy presented Housing Innovation Awards (HIA) to industry leaders from across the nation during the Energy and Environmental Building Alliance’s Excellence in Building Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. The industry leaders, named to the “Top 1% of U.S. Builders,” are commercializing and deploying cutting-edge technologies and helping to significantly reduce the energy costs of the nation’s homes.

Amerisips’ winning home is the first certified ZERH in SC!

Sam Rashkin, Chief Architect in the DOE’s Building Technologies Office, presents Amerisips Custom Innovation Award

Sam Rashkin, Chief Architect in the DOE’s Building Technologies Office, presents Amerisips the Custom Innovation Award

Innovation Award Qualifications

Amerisips owners Steve and Tina Bostic of Charleston,SC, were announced as winners in the “Custom Home” category. The Bostics completed the winning home—their first DOE Zero Energy Ready certified home, on Johns Island, SC, in April 2014. The home is made of SIPs panels. To qualify for the HIA, all award recipients must meet: EPA Indoor airPLUS, EPA WaterSense, & ENERGY STAR V.3 standards.

Lives Better. Works Better. Lasts Better.

Charleston based Amerisips takes home design and energy efficiency to a new level.

Beautiful Outdoor Porch from Amerisips award winning homeBuilding an Amerisips custom home is both an art and a science … building science. The home must appeal to its owners’ aesthetic side and provide them with the modern conveniences they want and need, but Amerisips’ designers and engineers must also take into account numbers that can be measured quantitatively, such as energy efficiency, indoor air quality and long-term durability.

A Charleston design and build firm has taken the science aspect of home construction to a new level. Amerisips, headquartered on Daniel Island, has been cited by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as a “National Housing Innovation Award Winner” for a home it built on Johns Island. In addition, the DOE named Amerisips among the nation’s Top 1% of U.S. Builders, an honor given only to companies that design and have built to the rigorous standards of the DOE’s Zero Energy Ready Home Program.
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Amerisips Wins Green Builder’s

2014 Green Home of the Year Award – Best Alternative Structure

Green Builder Logo for Home of the Year AwardBased in Charleston, SC, Amerisips is the leading designer and builder of high-performance Free Energy Living buildings for residential markets in the Coastal South Carolina. Amerisips homes integrate state-of-the-art building technologies that reduce energy and generate free energy for the lifetime of the new home or building. All Amerisips Homes are designed by Amerisips to be certified at the LEED Platinum level.

Free Energy Living means capturing free energy from the sun forever and cutting the electricity costs from 50 percent to 100 percent depending on available options. Starting with the Amerisips unique EcoShell high performance Structural Insulated Panel System, buildings can also be built to withstand winds up to 200 mph.

The “Charleston Lowcountry Charm Home” is designed and built to be certified by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes at the Platinum level.
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