BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses
BG Houses - Prefabricated houses

Technology

Each company for prefabricated houses, has its own technology and although there are similarities, there are also big differences. So, when you choose your builder, pay attention to details and ask questions trying to understand how exactly the building will be manufactured and later on installed on your building site.

We try to explain, here under, the details for the main building components in our prefabricated houses and buildings: floor (in cases when we speak about wooden structure, not concrete foundation); external walls, internal walls and roof/ceiling structures.

Important: The insulation materials we use in our prefabricated houses and buildings, can vary (mineral-glass wool, rock wool, wooden fibers wool, natural plant fiber wool and etc.). The width of the wooden frame as well – we can adapt to any requirements you have. The vapor barrier and wind foils are not drawn in the details, but there are used during the installations.

Technical details of different building elements:

 

 

Air Tightness

One of the most important issue in the newly built houses is how to make them air tight, because air leakages are equal to heat loss. For this aim, we use high quality materials and our groups for installation make quality control during the erection of the building, to be sure that everything is done in a proper way.

The vapor barrier is well scotched and the installation of the joinery is made with additional air tight elements which helps preventing heat loss. The passages for pipes are air tight with special sleeves. So far BG House has had air-tightness control for the Passive house in Germany and the Low-energy consumption house in France. Both "Blower-door test" were successful in accordance with standard EN 13829:2001 Thermal performance of buildings. Determination of air permeability of buildings. Fan pressurization method.