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Haas Fertigbau GmbH
Haas MH Poing 187
www.Haas-Fertighaus.de
KfW-40 as standard

Haas Haus offers the KfW Energy Efficiency House 40 as standard at no extra cost*! This means building a KfW Efficiency House pays off in two ways: You are saving on heating costs thanks to optimal thermal insulation and the modern heating technol­ogy of your KfW house, and you benefit from the attractive funding program by Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW—reconstruction loan bank). It grants a loan with attractive terms and an interesting repayment bonus—depending on whether you build a KfW Energy Efficiency House 55, 40, or even Plus-40. So you save ready cash on your prefab house!
*Condition: Implementation on foundation slab, according to latest construction and delivery terms. House model as per Haas house catalog and subject to suitable ground conditions.


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Regnauer
Musterhaus Poing
www.regnauer.de

Energy efficiency—
the healthy living solution:
a Regnauer vitality wall

At the center of the concept: the unique vitality wall. The natural wood fiber insula­tion creates a comfortable ambience and a warm atmosphere, as can only be found in Regnauer Vitalhouses. Excellent heat storage capacity, hand-friendly surfaces, a natural room climate and summer heat protection characterize this biological alternative. Triple-glazed wood aluminum windows manufactured in-house. Vitalhouse roof with waterproof sub-roof membrane. The perfect building skin. Thermal-bridge-free construction with certified airtightness and low energy consumption. Energy concepts eligible for various grants up to PlusEnergy house standard are available. You decide on the energy standard of your Vitalhouse.


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LUXHAUS
LUXHAUS | fine
www.luxhaus.de

Plus-energy, independent
of hot-water heating system

With a direct electric heating system, a technical room the size of a closet is sufficient for the heating of a house. Also the installation is fairly easy. In contrast to a water-based heating system, “heating mats” are integrated into the floor here. The required annual heating power is supplied by a photovoltaic system. Yet the house remains connected to the main power supply system to feed in excess energy. The heating output is optimized via temperature monitoring (room, outdoor and screed temperature). An additional storage device buffers solar energy, thus increasing the yield and minimizing the supply from outside sources. PV-direct electric water ­heating occurs via a tankless water heater.


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Bärenhaus
Passivhaus EOS173
www.baeren-haus.de

Bärenhaus homes meet the
KfW Efficiency House 40
requirements as standard

Living in style and saving energy costs: Basically, all Bärenhaus houses on foundation slab meet the KfW class 40 Efficiency House standards. The highly insulated building envelope with windows, entrance door, ceiling and exterior wall ensures that the energy produced in the house is not lost. In addition to the 31 cm Efficiency House exterior wall with a U-value of 0.13 W/m²K, builders can opt for the 37 cm Efficiency House Plus wall with a U-value of 0.11 W/m²K as an alternative. The highly insulated building envelope is the basis for long-term low heating costs. Heating technology plays an important role in modern house building. The Bärenhaus standard includes an air-to-water heat pump with underfloor heating.


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Haas Fertigbau GmbH
Haas MH Poing G 154
www.Haas-Fertighaus.de

Haas Haus offers the KfW Energy Efficiency House 40 as standard at no extra cost*! This means building a KfW Efficiency House pays off in two ways: You are saving on heating cost thanks to optimal thermal insulation and the modern heating techno­l­ogy of your KfW house, and you benefit from the attractive funding program by Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW—reconstruction loan bank). It grants a loan with attractive terms and an interesting repayment bonus—depending on whether you build a KfW Energy Efficiency House 55, 40, or even Plus-40. So you save ready cash on your prefab house!
*Condition: Implementation on foundation slab, according to latest construction and delivery terms. House model as per Haas house catalog and subject to suitable ground conditions.


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STREIF Haus GmbH
Energiesparhaus München
www.streif.de
Energy efficiency and home
comfort on 170 m²

The STREIF show house near Munich is an attractive testimonial to the many possibilities that STREIF offers in house building. On around 170 m², residents can experience extraordinary living comfort. A highlight is the bay window with dining area, with a balcony situated above, offering cozy moments at home. Other features include a diag­onally offset wall in the living room, a corner bay glazed to floor level, and a covered patio space. All STREIF houses fulfill the requirements of the Energy Efficiency House class KfW40 according to the German Energy Saving Ordinance 2016 already in the standard version at the basic price. This includes the thermal foundation slab and the innovative heating technology, consisting of the STREIF fresh air heat-pump technol­ogy with integrated ventilation and venting system with up to 95% heat recovery.


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Wolf System GmbH
Lumina
www.wolfhaus.de
Environmentally sound,
healthy and energy-conscious
construction

Arche Nova is a modern concept for an environmentally and energy-conscious way of building. There is a wealth of holistic, eco-conscious know-how underlying our Arche Nova idea: The Arche Nova wall is produced from well tolerated, non-allergenic construction materials, which processes native wood in accordance with natural principles. In an Arche Nova House, you can enjoy a healthy, allergy-free living ­environment and ambient air without harmful substances. The insulating wood ­panels allow the house walls to breathe and create a natural moisture balance: the wood holds up to 20% of its own weight in moisture and returns it to the surroundings if the room air is too dry. In addition, wood is able to absorb pollutants sustainably.


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WeberHaus GmbH & Co. KG
WeberHaus Individual
www.weberhaus.de
Energy-efficient, smart and
innovative—the “Home4Future”

Energy-efficient, smart and innovative—that is the “Home4Future.” The pioneering home-building concept combines ecological insulation, photovoltaic system, battery storage, heating and ventilation technology as well as intelligent home control to create an environmentally friendly home that meets the high requirements of a KfW Efficiency House 40 Plus and can be easily controlled by tablet. The technical heart is the WeberLogic 2.0 home automation system, which can also be operated via voice control with Alexa and Siri. All Weber houses already have a highly insulating building shell, triple-glazed windows and a ventilation system with heat pump already as standard—the perfect condition for a KfW Efficiency House 55. In addition, all houses have been awarded the “medically recommended living space” certificate.


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DAVINCI HAUS GmbH & Co. KG
Musterhaus Poing
www.davinci-haus.de
From a Classic to the
PlusEnergy House

Energy efficiency is a high priority at DAVINCI HAUS. Any DAVINCI HOUSE built ­according to planning meets the energy requirements of the KfW Efficiency House 55. At the same time, we wish to ensure that the filigree timber-frame structure remains fully visible both inside and outside. “Constructive clarity” is the leading principle. On request, a DAVINCI house can be outfitted as a PlusEnergy House already today, generating more energy than it consumes. For example, sun protection glazing with a U-value of 0.5 W/m²K is used. The special roof construction meets even the ­Passive House standard. Advanced heat pump systems sustainably lower the already low energy consumption.


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Rensch Haus GmbH
Musterhaus Montana L
www.rensch-haus.com
Building with respect—
preserving what is good and
making it even better

RENSCH HOUSE has been building houses for over 140 years. This long company history has been possible only because the company is constantly evolving and growing with the needs of its builders. As a result, it is RENSCH-HAUS tradition to build innovatively, energy-efficient and sustainably. RENSCH houses on foundation slabs are built as KfW Efficiency Houses 40 as standard. The company achieves this standard thanks to the innovative insulation concept thermo-around active in combination with modern heating technology. A brine/water heat pump and controlled ventilation system ensure a healthy indoor climate in the Montana show house. Home automation is controlled by the RENSCH-HAUS i-tec smart home technology.


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Keitel-Haus GmbH
Haus München
www.fertighaus-keitel.de
Ecologically sound and
sustainable energy concepts.

Open and bright—this the impression which immediately arouses enthusiasm for the Keitel house in Munich. It is reflected in the entrance hall, the generous cooking and dining area, as well as in the light-flooded living quarters. Real eye-catchers are the carefully planned details: comfortably-sized bay windows, large windows at floor-level, and the airy, floating staircase leading to the top gallery. But it’s not only these architectural eye-catchers that appeal in the exterior and interior design of a home. The energy concept too has been consistently implemented with a combination of heat pump and solar photovoltaic system, meeting the KfW 55 standard. All in all far more than just a solid family residence solution with a pleasant country house façade and several outdoor spaces.


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Schwabenhaus GmbH & Co. KG
Musterhaus München
www.schwabenhaus.de
Innovative and future-proof building

State-of-the-art and innovative home and heating technologies that are embedded in every Schwabenhaus mean lower energy costs for you as a homeowner. Thanks to their future-oriented technologies and the environmentally friendly as well as excellent thermal insulation, our buildings meet the energy efficiency class A+ ­(according to EnEV) and the Efficiency House 55 standard. Already in the standard version, home builders will get a KfW Efficiency House 55 eligible for subsidies and KfW’s low-interest loans, including a repayment subsidy. Optionally, you can even make your Schwabenhaus into an Efficiency House 40 or 40+ thanks to intelligent combinations of insulation, heating and technology packages.


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Rötzer-Ziegel-Elementhaus GmbH
Cubus München
www.roetzerziegelhaus.de
Air-brick ceiling for comfortable
heating & cooling

The highlight in solid buildings: our air-brick ceiling enables you to enjoy balanced radiant heat in winter and pleasant cooling in summer. A sophisticated and large-surface overhead ceiling heating system, based on a simple design, keeps you warm. Cold air or draughts are a thing of the past, because the heat moves exclusively in the form of radiation at the speed of light. So you have the subjective feeling that the room air is warmer. While living with equivalent comfort level, you can save as much as 18% of heating energy. Combine modern solar thermal control with your solid brick ceiling. You save resources and experience the comfort of modern heating and cooling technology. Individual room control and fast response time ensure comfort.


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OKAL Haus GmbH
Concept/Musterhaus Poing
www.okal.de

With its state-of-the-art home-energy system, OKAL offers home builders the opportunity to become more independent of rising electricity prices. The home power station can be seen for example in the new model home here in Poing in Upper Bavaria. Photovoltaic elements on the roof convert solar energy into electricity, which is stored in high capacity batteries. The system is based on efficient lithium-ion technology. This makes the power station smaller and quieter than previous systems. The electricity produced can also be used by the air-water-heat pump, another energy-saving feature of the house. As a result, the house is almost fully self-sufficient. OKAL makes sustainable energy affordable for everyone.


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Baufritz GmbH & Co. KG
Musterhaus Alpenchic
www.baufritz.de
Sustainable and climate-
conserving eco-efficiency house

Networked energy technologies make you virtually self-sufficient in energy.
A sophisticated energy concept makes the Baufritz show house “Alpine chic” a nearly energy self-sufficient house. The four components of photovoltaics, fuel cell, wind turbine power and energy storage work perfectly hand in hand. The electricity gener­ated by the house is largely used to power the house itself. Any surplus can be used to power your e-bike, or be fed into the mains supply, which can also serve to top up the energy supply if there is a peak requirement. The heart of the whole system is a fuel cell heater that sets a new benchmark in terms of modern energy technology. And “Alpine Chic” is the first home using the compact heater, which has a floor sur­face of only half a square meter.


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Das Bodenseehaus
Landhaus Exklusiv
www.bodenseehaus.de
Holistic Building with
Energy Efficiency

At Bodenseehaus, we consider building from a holistic perspective.
A healthy living environment and excellent thermal insulation are very closely linked. Our breathable wall and roof constructions achieve U-values of up to 0.129 W/m²K, and in conjunction with an additional insulating layer, even up to 0.104 W/m²K.
We also use highly efficient heat pumps, to extract the thermal energy from the ­environment, such as from the outside air or from the ground.
This is how we create an individual, durable and future-proof energy efficiency house for our building owners.

 


25a/25b

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Rubner Haus AG
25a Residenz “Alma”
25b Residenz “Clara”
www.haus.rubner.com
A passion for wood

Rubner Haus is a pioneer in energy-efficient timber construction. Our houses are made of ecologically valuable materials that come from nature and are produced with little primary energy. Our passion is wood, a universally available raw material, whose production only requires water, sun and air. So it is renewable, conserves the environment and is known for its longevity and its good thermal insulation properties. Rubner houses are 100% recyclable, leaving behind no rubble and ruins. So the natural cycle is less disrupted and the human environmental footprint is reduced. That is what Rubner houses stand for, so why not talk to us about it?


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Danhaus – Das 1Liter-Haus!
Solitüde
www.danhaus.de
Optionally as a KfW-55, -40 or
-40 Plus Efficiency House

Danhaus has set the standard for construction of highly efficient energy-saving ­homes. For wall construction, we have developed a special polar thermal protection, which is supplied as standard. This extreme insulation technology, tried and tested in the Arctic Circle, in combination with triple glazing and high-performance heat pump/ventilation systems makes every Danhaus into an extremely frugal 1-liter-­house! and a KfW-40 Efficiency House eligible for subsidy—with a healthy, comfort­able climate. The Scandinavian architecture, the innovative energy-saving concept and the biologically and ecologically sound construction method with natural materials characterize every Danhaus, whether it’s a bungalow, villa or town house with attic, with stone veneer, plaster or wood facade.


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Huber & Sohn GmbH & Co. KG
Huber-Holzmassivhaus
www.huber-sohn.de
Naturally made of wood,
for a special living experience

Sustainability and energy-efficiency starts with the choice of the building envelope.The Huber solid timber wall—made of wood through and through—not only has high thermal insulation values, but it also provides a pleasant feeling even during high summer temperatures. Due to its highly insulating building envelope made of natural renewable insulation materials combined with advanced, resource-saving building technology, we offer our clients energy efficient homes of the future, from the KfW-house eligible for subsidy via the Passive House to the EnergyPlus house.
State-of-the-art, highly efficient photovoltaic systems with electricity storage ­constitute an “independent home power station,” allowing the house to be operated largely off-grid.


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Gruber Holzhaus GmbH
Gruber Naturholzhaus
www.gruber-holzhaus.de
Energy-efficient construction—
innovative, future-proof and stable in value

Gruber natural wood houses offer building owners individual energy systems tai­lored to their living needs and everyday habits, from controlled ventilation to photovoltaic systems with storage technology. Roof and wall mounting is foil-free and diffusion-open with the best U-value (0.1–0.15 W/m²K). The outer wall with front ­installation level within the airtight outer shell makes your house particularly durable and flexible for any redesign plans. The wood-aluminum windows with highly heat-­insulated triple glazing are both pleasing and energy-saving, innovative and efficient the compact unit for heating, ventilation and hot water. Gruber provides builders the best funding standards (KfW 40, often with plus energy).


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FischerHaus GmbH & Co. KG
Jasmin
www.fischerhaus.de
Efficiency House 40 standard customary

With regard to the building shell, FischerHaus applies the polar bear strategy: Losing as little energy as possible to the environment, and using as much energy as possible from the environment. This is made possible thanks to the multi-layer wood frame construction for increased stability, excellent soundproofing, and a very low heat transfer coefficient. Like all Fischer houses, the show home is also a KfW Efficiency House 40. As such, the house needs very little heating to provide residents with hot water and create a pleasant room temperature. This reduces utility costs to a minimum: The average ultimate energy requirement of a Fischer Efficiency House amounts to approx. 12 kWh/m²a, placing it in the A+ range of the energy efficiency classification.


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HARTL HAUS
Ambition 157 W—New Life
www.hartlhaus.de
KfW Energy Efficiency 40 Plus

The HARTL HAUS building envelope and windows already comply with the requirements of a KfW Efficiency House 40 Plus. With the use of an air-water heat pump including photovoltaic system and energy storage as provided in our Ambition 157 W—New Life model home, the home automation system also meets these requirements.


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Keilhofer GmbH
Stadtvilla im Gründerzeit-Stil
www.keilhofer.com
Energy concept of the future,
combined with the wall of the future

A fuel cell heating system with non-polluting, “cold” combustion in the fuel cell and electricity generation as a by-product, combined with a highly insulating solid wood wall (U-value 0.16) and extremely efficient on-roof insulation (above the rafters). We think ahead!


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Hanse Haus GmbH & Co. KG
Variant 25–192
www.hanse-haus.de
Our wall structures:
KfW 40-plus building
envelope as standard

To keep heat loss through the building envelope to a minimum, Hanse Haus relies on an all-around thermal insulation, as in the case of our Variant 25–192. Besides individual planning and various equipment options, Hanse Haus offers several choices also in the implementation of innovative home automation and energy-saving technologies. The building envelope of a Hanse Haus meets the requirements of a KfW Efficiency House 40 plus already in the standard version. Naturally, Hanse Haus will also realize your KfW Efficiency House 55/40, Passive House or PlusEnergy house as desired, creating a unique and distinctive home customized to the home-owner’s visions, with a built-in future.


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HUF HAUS GmbH & Co. KG
HUF Haus ART 5
www.huf-haus.com
The harmony between
transparent architecture
and energy efficiency

The innovative HUF HAUS timber-frame architecture fascinates at first glance. The expressive outward appearance is coined by the visible timber frame with its clear structures, as well as by the generous transparency, building a visual bridge to the surrounding nature and creating the unique HUF house living experience. At the same time, owing to the intelligent design principle with highly effective insulation, a level of energy efficiency has been achieved that is revolutionary for framework construction. That is why each new HUF Haus illustrated in the current HUF HAUS catalog and built according to plan specifications, meets the criteria of the KfW ­Efficiency House 55 classification already in its basic configuration—at no extra charge.


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FingerHaus GmbH
MEDLEY 3.0
www.fingerhaus.de
A prefabricated house that produces
more energy than it consumes.

The MEDLEY 3.0 of the Hessian FingerHaus prefabricated house manufacturer leaves nothing to be desired. Modern architecture, a versatile floor plan and clever detail solutions create a welcoming atmosphere. The conservatory extends the living and dining area—in addition, a cozy seat window provides a homely retreat. Thanks to the 2.15-meter knee wall, a lot of storage space is available in the attic.
The MEDLEY 3.0 show house is built in prefabricated wood construction and thus exemplary for ecological building. As a KfW Efficiency House 40 Plus, it generates more energy than it needs for operation thanks to its highly insulated THERMO+ building shell and efficient home automation technology. Special features include the intelligent Smart Home solution.


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KAMPA GmbH
Musterhaus Poing-Grub
www.kampa.de
Real PlusEnergy houses as standard

The “real” PlusEnergy house with added value—it comes as standard with KAMPA. KAMPA was the first prefab house manufacturer to establish the Efficiency House 40 with plus energy as a standard many years ago, resulting in a valuable wealth of experience from thousands of implemented projects, combined with an established routine and dependability. The reason we talk of “real” plus energy is because the perfectly insulated building envelope in combination with renewable power generation, efficient lithium-ion storage technology and intelligent energy management are ­designed to fully cover the entire energy requirement for heating, hot water, home appliances and lighting—that is real plus energy!


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Johanni Ziegelhaus
Musterhaus München
www.ziegelhaus-johanni.de
Energy efficiency through solid
construction in combination with
modern technology

Thanks to our design and the materials used in combination with the right home automation technology, we meet as standard the energy consumption requirements of the German Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV), in force since 2016. We are also able to meet higher efficiency class requirements at your request. Due to its solid construction, the indoor climate and stability of value of the house will remain for decades.


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ALBERT Haus
Albert Haus
www.albert-haus.de
With ALBERT Haus, energy-
saving will be the future.

When it’s cold outside, it’s cozily warm in an ALBERT house. When the next heat ­record is about to be broken, it is still cool in an ALBERT house. It matters to us what the future looks like. That is why—thanks to a variety of structural components and details—all of our homes are as energy-efficient as required by our customers. The interaction of wall construction (wood-fiber thermal insulation panels) and architectural planning, and the use of intelligent home automation, heating and cooling technology helps our home builders do one thing most of all in future: SAVE!


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MVS Ziegelbau
Massivhaus München
www.ziegelbau.de
Solid. Versatile. Strong.

No matter whether you want to make your future brick house your home, rent it out or sell it later: energy consumption will always play an essential role. A house needs electricity and heat, which in view of rising energy prices will increasingly be a major cost factor. To reduce the energy consumption of your Massivhaus to a minimum, we recommend building with our Thermopor TV-7 clay block brick. This ensures a pleasant, cozy climate in your home and perfectly satisfies all energy efficiency requirements (KfW Efficiency House 55, 40 and 40 plus). The low thermal conductivity of our brick guarantees the highest heat retention, low energy consumption and eliminates the need for additional outer wall insulation.


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Fertighaus WEISS GmbH
Musterhaus Poing
www.fertighaus-weiss.de
Competence in resource-
efficient energy concepts

WEISS PlusEnergy houses are technical and innovative pioneers in the area of resource-efficient energy solutions, setting new standards thanks to smart energy efficiency, advanced home automation, contemporary architecture and family-­friendly living comfort. The WEISS home control configuration is adaptable to the individual requirements of homebuilders. With an additional data line, it links all ­devices and systems to a networked system, which controls and regulates a wide range of features such as lighting, blinds/shutters, heating, ventilation and venting system, safety engineering, media devices, garden irrigation, washing machine and much more.


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SchwörerHaus KG
Energieplus-Haus im
modernen Landhausstil
www.schwoerer.de
Safety, comfort and efficiency in
a Schwörer PlusEnergy House

While homes used to be seen as energy consumers, with the latest technologies they may become energy producers. The Schwörer-components: a highly insulated building shell, in combination with the thermal resistance basement ceiling and quality passive house windows. The extremely low power requirement is supplied by the innovative Schwörer fresh-air heater with controlled ventilation with heat recovery. With an energy storage unit, in combination with a photovoltaic system, self-generated power is used effectively and private consumption optimized. Any surplus energy generated can be used e.g. for electromobility. This benefits the environment in two ways: CO2-free power generation and zero-emission transport.


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Living Fertighaus GmbH
SUNSHINE Poing
www.livinghaus.de
Permanently low energy costs

KfW Efficiency House, thermal bridging, controlled ventilation, heat recovery, U-value and blower door test … Life is too short to deal with anything and every­thing. The professionals at Living Haus know how it’s done—so sit back and attend to the creative design and living. Experience the energy efficiency of a Living house when it’s cold outside and cozy indoors; when the summer sun is burning hot while you can relax completely cool inside. There is government subsidy money up for grabs when you build a Living house in the “KfW-Effizienzhaus 55” standard, plus you can enjoy permanently low (heating) energy costs. Using the free energy of the sun? No problem. Just tell us how you want it.


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Aumer Massivhaus
Musterhaus Poing
www.aumergroup.de
Build solidly and cut
energy costs

Environmentally friendly building means thinking about the future maintenance costs and your energy consumption. Therefore, we always strive for low-energy construction with alternative energy technologies. An energy-efficient Aumerhouse helps every day to cut energy costs while reducing CO2 emissions. And: the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) rewards the construction of highly energy-efficient homes with attractive financing programs at low interest rates. And the better the energy quality of a house, the greater the future value of your investment.


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ELK Fertighaus GmbH
ELK 189 Effizienzhaus 40
www.elkhaus.de
Many design options with
high energy efficiency

Every ELK Efficiency House has a high standard of comfort and minimum energy consumption, because they epitomize a perfect match of architecture, insulation and technology. It goes without saying that experienced prefabricated home ­supplier ELK leaves nothing to be desired in the design and spatial concept.
The ELK House 189 (optionally available in efficiency classes 55, 40 and 40 plus), which is shown at the Bauzentrum in Poing, is just one of the many houses ELK is offering. Because ELK, one of the leading prefabricated home companies in Europe, has stood for tremendous product diversity and innovative, energy-efficient house technology for decades.


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Drevo Haus GmbH
Energiesparhäuser
www.drevohaus.de
Individual—ecological—
high-efficiency homes

Anyone deciding to build a house these days is deciding at the same time what energy balance will be left to future generations—and what costs are associated with that in the short and long term. Tailored to your individual needs and with a keen concern for energy efficiency, we offer a range of options. The smartest way to minimize energy consumption is to avoid the need for energy in the first place. For this reason, at DrevoHaus we have developed particularly energy-saving building envelopes. This ensures that there is only a minimum energy demand to be covered.


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ANDREAS Systemhaus
Bungalow Poing
www.andreas-systemhaus.de
Saving with solar energy

Besides the building shell, an important component of the ANDREAS Systemhaus is the energy-saving heating and ventilation system. Or a photovoltaic system designed for your home with expandable battery storage and a ventilation heat pump with user-friendly control unit (“man, that’s really simple”). We provide wood stud structures with wood fiber insulation, solid building brick with integrated insulant made of renewable raw materials, or “Habitat,” the low-priced sandwich system without foundation slab mounted on screw-in foundations. No matter whether a KfW 55, Passive or ­PlusEnergy house: We at ANDREAS Systemhaus are always a step ahead. Stainless steel carports with transparent solar modules, patio roofs, sun and rain protection, wood or ceramic terrace systems, fences, gates and gabions round off our housing portfolio.


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habitat21
Bauen und Wohnen im
21. Jahrhundert
www.habitat21.com
Innovative construction enables consistent energy savings

Every habitat21 house is built on an innovative carrier system. The outer skin consists of insulating panels, which are available in three different insulation versions (PU, mineral wool, wood fiber). Home builders thus have the option of getting an extremely cost-effective eco-house of the highest energy efficiency standard. We offer a 40-year warranty on homogeneous insulation. In addition, we use a patented window technique which moreover prevents thermal bridges due to installation in the insulation layer. In the blower-door test, habitat21 houses achieved impressive values. A decentralized ventilation system is also feasible.