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(djd). In addition to land prices, construction costs also seem to know only one direction: upwards. A trend reversal is not in sight. As a result, some families see the dream of their own house in the country dwindling, especially since the lucrative subsidies of the previous year are no longer available to the same extent. It is all the more important to invest enough time and energy in the planning so that your home remains affordable.

 Optimize early in the planning phase

 It can already be a cost brake to realistically assess your own housing needs: How many rooms and what floor space does the family actually need? Can rooms be used more than once, for example as a home office and guest room? Is a guest toilet sufficient in addition to the bathroom, or should a shower be used as a fully-fledged second bathroom? If you slim down a bit in these areas, you can significantly reduce the construction costs without sacrificing living comfort later. With transparent prices and a fixed price guarantee, prefabricated houses from Danwood, for example, offer a high level of planning and cost security - without expensive surprises during the construction phase. In addition, the actual construction time is short: the shell is ready after just two days, and the turnkey fit-out is completed within a few weeks. Photo galleries at www.danwood.de show that cost-optimized construction can also lead to beautiful results. Even the smallest houses show practical floor plans and modern facades.

 Keep an eye on the energy costs

 In addition to the construction and ancillary construction costs, future homeowners should also keep an eye on the subsequent consumption costs. It is worth focusing on energy efficiency in order to be as independent as possible from fossil fuels and unpredictable price developments. The prefabricated houses mentioned are already equipped with a heat pump with underfloor heating as standard. A central ventilation system with heat recovery ensures fresh air without energy losses. With the option of installing a photovoltaic system on the roof and storing the electricity generated in a battery, the path to self-sufficient energy supply is clear. Many natural and energy-saving materials are used in the prefabricated building. The most important building material, wood, for example, naturally offers a high level of thermal insulation. In addition, effective insulating materials are processed in the wall. Last but not least, a prefabricated house is good for the environment and the climate, since the wood used binds more carbon dioxide during its growth than is released by building the home.
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