Teal Panels can be joined together to create a variety of temporary homes, sports cabins, trailers, campers and more.
Modular building components increasingly offer an array of fresh alternatives to the traditionally prebuilt housing structure, and we’ve even seen an entire eco-minded home that can be snapped together using Lego-style bricks. Teal Panels, however, are a new option offering even more versatility because they can be joined together to create a variety of temporary homes, sports cabins, trailers, campers and more. A Phillips head screwdriver is all that’s required to assemble Teal Panels, which are rotationally molded from rugged polyethylene plastic and then injected under pressure with polyurethane foam for rigidity and insulation. Basic, corner, window and door configurations are available to permit the construction of a wide variety of styles, and they can be cinched together with nylon straps to create a weather-tight seal. Cabinets, beds, dinettes and camper pop-up tops are available, and panels can be attached to the floor as well as anchored to a trailer, pickup, ground or floor surface. The video below explains the concept in further detail: Colorado-based Teal International currently seeks investors, partners and buyers for its patent-pending Teal Panels. One to get in on early? Spotted by: Hemanth Chandrasekar