Prefabricated house- 90m2 – Price action – 33.000.-€ + vat
Prefabricated house – Factory package
|SUPPLYThe supply and assembly of the components of the house are understood to be for the UNFINISHED BUILDING AT AN ADVANCED STAGE with TRUSSED RAFTER ROOF||TYPE OF HOUSE – Prefabricated house|
|ENERGY RATINGAlmost passive house energy|
rated A+ or above
|NOISE RATINGClass 1|
|STRUCTURAL RATINGTimber building with seismic|
resistance class 1
|WALLS Framed external bearing wall structure finished with external wood fibre render with thermal performance coefficient equivalent to: U = 0.135 W/m2|
|ROOF WITH EXPOSED BEAMSThe roof with exposed beams supplied has a thermal performance coefficient equivalent to: U = 0.18 W/m2||STRUCTURES IN SOLID AND/OR LAMINATED WOODThe solid and/or laminated wood structures meet the requirements set out in clause A of section 11.1 of NTC 2018 standards (CE marking of structural elements)|
|WINDOWSAll the windows and patio doors are triple glazed with double cavity and have Class S profiles (as specified in standard EN 12608). They also have a very high radiation resistance value (12 GJ/m2), well above the limit stipulated by the standard||GUARANTEEThe structural guarantee is for ten years|
Supply and assembly of the external walls
Supply of internal walls
Supply of trussed rafter roof
Supply and installation of all windows and window doors
WHERE WE BUILD
In 10 years, we have come far from the initial staring point. We still produce traditional Scandinavian Prefabricated houses in Northern and Central Europe such as Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany, and Austria. But at the same time, we have customized our prefabricated houses successfully to warmer climate in the Mediterranean region.
Yes, prefabricated houses with proper insulation work well in snowy areas – keeping the cold air outside and warmth inside. However, by reversing the effect of insulation, we are able to keep the heat of the sun outside the house and achieve a comfortable fresh temperature in the rooms.
The mindset of once only stone building areas has been shifted and we have moved to Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Greece and even Cyprus.
Although transport to islands is more complex, through careful planning, we are able to reach distant areas by placing the elements into sea containers.
Some of our projects are listed on the references’
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