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Building a house differently

Prefabricated houses and their market have evolved significantly in recent years also in Italy, so much so that they represent a new horizon for construction. In fact, if at the beginning they gave the idea of dilapidated and insecure houses, today thanks to technological improvements, we can find excellent ones, built with high quality materials as well as providing anti-seismic and energy saving technologies, without sacrificing aesthetic quality and interior design. Furthermore, even if the market is expanding, it is still possible to count on very short delivery times, with the possibility of making changes during the construction phase. You can then opt for the choices already made  by the manufacturer, or decide on materials and some aspects of the internal division.
Thanks to the excellent quality achieved by these buildings (which is accompanied by a proportionally increasing price) the duration of these prefabricated buildings has come to exceed that of traditional houses. The boom of this new construction frontier broke out in the USA and then reached Italy as well. Certainly the United States has a lot to teach, a
  start with the vastness of the types of products they offer to buyers, and which adapt to every taste and wallet.
In Italy, however, we have not limited ourselves to copying, but it is above all for the design and aesthetics that this market is able to have strong expansion also by offering us, in addition to
  practicality and at the lowest cost of these solutions, even the traditional features of our local architecture. Furthermore, what can really push you to opt for this choice is the advantageous value for money that is ensured in the  long term.
If we were to draw up a list of the advantages that prefabricated steel houses entail, we should first of all mention the economic savings both on the purchase of the house and on the living costs. Then there are the very short times of realization and delivery. In addition, the possibility of choosing materials, perhaps with a low ecological impact and which allow energy saving and thermo-acoustic insulation, add even more value to the home and to the choice. Other advantages will depend on the terrain that has been chosen (not at risk of seismic, not humid etc. All this is generally accompanied by a very high possibility of personalizing the house and equipping it with all the comforts and the latest technological advances.
Construction times
As can be easily understood, building a low-cost prefabricated house takes much less time than traditional constructions: certainly the preparations in some cases involve the owner more, especially if he wanted to start the practices himself, but on average between 90 and 120 days it is possible to define the construction and to definitively deliver the house.
The reason for these rapid times lies in the fact that all the components and pieces of the house are already prepared, and once all the preliminary stages have been completed it is only a question of assembling on the chosen land: this clearly guarantees savings on labor. The economy can be estimated, in its entirety, at around 25-30% of the cost of a normal house.
These percentages are further increased if you choose the so-called "to finish" solution: in this case, in fact, the house is delivered
  preparing the external walls, and the buyer will therefore have to work with regard to finishing works such as: tiles, floors, bathroom fixtures and heating etc. But generally it is  the "turnkey" solution is preferable: in this way you will have a complete house ready to be inhabited.

  Another economic advantage in buying a prefabricated house is that the offer, already low in itself compared to traditional ones, remains unchanged for about 18 months, so that all the work to be carried out can be estimated with more confidence. Furthermore, the price of the prefabricated building is calculated on the basis of the materials used and the complexity of the project, while the size does not affect this aspect in the least. 

Since 2002, a European Directive (later transposed in Italy) has made it mandatory to attach a document to the deed of sale that ascertains that the building meets energy saving requirements. The prefabricated houses
  in this sense they do not present any problems, in fact the materials with which they are built combine energy saving and respect for the environment.

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