THE GER­MAN WAY OF BUILD­ING

Yorkshire Post - Property - - FRONT PAGE -

Pre-fab­ri­cated homes are com­mon­place in Ger­many.

Meis­ter­stueck-haus builds with tim­ber from man­aged Ger­man forests and the in­su­la­tion is cer­ti­fied by Na­ture­plus – the Euro­pean kitemark for eco­log­i­cal prod­ucts..

The buy­ing process starts with choos­ing a de­sign then agree­ing a price af­ter which work plans and struc­tural cal­cu­la­tions are put to­gether.

The client must pro­videda de­tailed elec­tri­cal and plumb­ing plan so all duct­ing and sock­ets can be pre-in­stalled.

The clients then visit Ham­lin to sign off the works and the house is con­structed.

The client must in­stall a con­crete slab for the house to sit on.

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