Haas Fertigbau GmbH
Haas MH Poing 187
Building sustainably with
Haas Haus

Sustainability is a point of honor with Haas Haus. That is why we make sure to conserve resources throughout the entire planning and production process of your house. And why we build our prefab houses with timber from sustainably managed forests (PEFC standard). An important criterion for sustainable building is the prop­erty’s energy efficiency. For Haas Haus, energy efficiency is not optional but standard: Thanks to their energy-saving structural design, Haas prefab houses fall below the legally specified values of the energy conservation ordinance (EnEV). This is primarily due to our high-quality “Thermo-Protect Premium-Plus wall system.”  Thanks to highly insulated walls and roofs, every Haas house is a low-energy house as standard, with a U-value of 0.09 W/m²K (walls).



Musterhaus Poing

Sustainable building—
Building for the world of
tomorrow with Regnauer.

The climate change is mostly the result of the human-induced greenhouse effect. We should expect to deal with more frequent extreme weather events and rising energy cost. It is in our hands: Buildings with optimized energy behavior use little or no energy at all, conserve the environment and result in lower cost. For our Regnauer Vitalhaus, we use natural, certified materials, such as timber from sustainable ­forestry. It stands for living in a healthy room climate and low energy requirement. Also their longevity and the possibility of adapting the living space to new life situations carry the idea of sustainable building forward.



LUXHAUS | fine
Feel-good climate all year round

LUXHAUS stands for year-round feel-good climate. Residents of the house feel well when everything is just right—temperature, light, the humidity as well as the oxygen content of the air. This is based on the diffusion-open wall structure, keeping out the cold in winter and the heat in summer. The LUXHAUS-typical, modern architecture with large-sized windows allows plenty of natural light into the house. Air humidity is individually adjustable with the Hygrobox, and the controlled ventilation and venting always provides fresh air. And all of this with a good feeling, because what material could be more sustainable than wood, the main component of every LUXHAUS. What’s more, wood always provides a cozy atmosphere, even if you cannot see it.


Passivhaus EOS173

Coming home and feeling good

Living with wood. Healthy living also means building with healthy building materials. Bärenhaus relies on the advantages of the natural, renewable and therefore sustainable building material wood. In addition to aesthetics, building-physical and eco­logical features are what makes wood so attractive for home building. Energy ­saving in the processing, it has optimal thermal insulation properties, which not only in­crease the energy efficiency of your home, but are also worth cash. In addition, wood provides a pleasant living climate and protects the environment.



Haas Fertigbau GmbH
Haas MH Poing G 154

Sustainability is a point of honor with Haas Haus. That is why we make sure to conserve resources throughout the entire planning and production process of your house. For this reason, we rely on renewable raw materials and manufacture our prefabricated houses from timber, and why this timber is sourced from sustainably managed forests (PEFC standard).



WeberHaus GmbH & Co. KG
WeberHaus Individual

WeberHaus excellence!

In the context of the congress “Still saving or already building” at BAU in Munich, Undersecretary Florian Pronold from the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), conferred on WeberHaus the certificate for participation in the research project “Sustainability Assessment of Residential Buildings” in the category “New builds, single- to three-family homes.” WeberHaus Technical Managing Director and Plant Manager of the Wenden factory, Andreas Bayer, represented the Baden energy pioneer and was very pleased about the rating 1.5 (excellent).
More information: www.weberhaus.de


Musterhaus Montana L
Building with respect—
respect for the environment

With the motto “Building with respect” we mark our claim that we as a company use as guideline to build homes for people—in harmony with nature. This includes the careful handling of our building material wood, resources, energy and other valuable substances. RENSCH houses are made of untreated timber, which is harvested in local forests and processed independently of the weather at our in-house production site. The diffusion-open insulation concept thermo-around nature made of wood and cellulose reliably protects against cold, heat and noise, compensates for moisture fluctuations and ensures a unique living climate. RENSCH-HAUS also meets the ­criteria for BNK certification.



Keitel-Haus GmbH
Haus München

Ecological and high-quality insulation with the best heat protection value.

Keitel house recommends the ecological insulant THERMO JUTE 100 (burlap), a natural product with the best heat protection value of all insulation materials currently avail­able on the market. THERMO JUTE 100 is not only an ideal energy saver in winter, but also an excellent heat protection in summer. The 24-cm thick, heat-storing ­material retains heat for up to 11 hours. For comparison: to obtain the same heat protection, one would have to install at least 50 cm of mineral insulation. The premium insulating material ensures a cozy living climate, it is mildew-resistant, free of harmful substances, and carries the natureplus® seal. Burlap is an excellent, renewable, moisture-regulating insulant with a positive CO2 balance.


Schwabenhaus GmbH & Co. KG
Musterhaus München

Healthy and sustainable living

With our Schwabenhaus climate comfort house, we bring together what belongs together. With the objective of building a house for you that delights you with comfort and efficiency as well as healthy living, long-lasting value and longevity, we combine our building-biologically tested and certified construction method with state-of-the-art home and heating technology.
The result are houses that offer their residents more than just a home. These houses will ensure that you reside and live healthily, comfortably, economically and happily today and in future.



OKAL Haus GmbH
Concept/Musterhaus Poing

At OKAL, sustainability is a tradition: Already since the 1970s, it has been a crucial factor in the planning of construction projects. With the aim of setting new standards in terms of energy efficiency and eco-friendliness, OKAL always implements advanced technology and uses sustainable building materials. For example, the timber used is FSC-certified. What is more, the prefab house manufacturer has been the first company in the sector to have its houses certified by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). All turn-key and ready-to-paint houses are awarded the gold quality seal as standard. At OKAL, the energy transition has been implemented for 90 years—and in future.


Baufritz GmbH & Co. KG
Musterhaus Alpenchic
Alpenchic is the first
Minergie ECO-certified house
in Germany

More than 30,000 buildings throughout Europe have already been certified to the Swiss Minergie standard. The Baufritz model house “Alpenchic” is the first house in Germany to receive the exacting certificate “Minergie-ECO.” The label stands for sustainability with high living comfort at low energy consumption and takes into ­account, among other things, building ecology and building biology qualities such as use of ecological and healthy-living building materials and substances, no wood preservatives or mounting foams, high indoor air quality, and much more.



Das Bodenseehaus
Landhaus Exklusiv
Building and living with nature—
sustainable for your home and the environment

Sustainable building has been our philosophy for generations. As early as the 18th century, the Riedlinger family has owned a mill and sawmill. Then as now, we treat the raw material wood with expertise and respect. Of course, we only buy timber from certified forestry companies that stand for sustainable management. Wood is a natural CO2 storage medium and converts CO2 into oxygen during growth. Also our production is geared towards maximum energy efficiency. We are mindful of short transport routes and optimum material utilization. The BioKlimaWand (bio ­climate wall) of Bodenseehaus thus stands for the responsible stewardship of ­resources and climate protection.



Bien-Zenker GmbH

Sustainability has many facets

In the exhibition, the CONCEPT-M München model home carries the sustainability seal in platinum from the German Sustainable Building Council. It documents the high quality standard of this house in black and white, which—as with all Bien-Zenker houses—only allows the use of selected and tested brand-name products. Coop­eration with the Bundesliga football club TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, in which Bien-Zenker supports the club’s promotion and training of young talent, as well as the nationwide bee protection initiative “Protecting bees—securing the future” are living examples of sustainability at company level. Part of this endeavor is a bee information center built at the company’s headquarters in Schlüchtern, which is open to visitors.



Danhaus – Das 1Liter-Haus!
Building healthily—living healthily
and in harmony with nature.

Thanks to the use of natural materials, you live in harmony with nature in a Danhaus. No other building material has as many positive properties as wood with its beneficial effect on a healthy indoor climate. When you enter a Danhaus, you immediately feel that special atmosphere. The “Solitüde” model home features the typical Danhaus polar insulation and, as a 1 liter house, is a KfW-40 Efficiency House as standard. Its perfect insulation makes each Danhaus future-proof and stable in terms of value and, with its built-in direct air heat pump including underfloor heating and decentral­ized ventilation system with heat recovery, ensures the lowest heating costs. In combination with a PV system and energy storage device, every Danhaus becomes a KfW-40 Plus Efficiency House.



Huber & Sohn GmbH & Co. KG

Quality for a future-proof
living space

Wood is a renewable resource and CO2 storage medium. From this valuable raw material, we build houses with a healthy indoor climate.
The woods that we process come from sustainably managed, regional forests. ­Huber & Sohn solid wood houses feature a particularly high amount of wood, which makes them extremely valuable in terms of CO2 storage capacity.
The high degree of prefabrication in the factory, combined with solid construction, makes the Huber & Sohn solid wood houses a valuable and long-lasting home.


Gruber Holzhaus GmbH
Gruber Naturholzhaus
Architecture for life—
sustainable and healthy living

Climate protection as a valuable contribution to the future is an integral part of Gruber’s corporate philosophy. The company therefore relies on wood as a futureproof building material. This renewable raw material from sustainable forestry in Germany stores CO2 and conserves resources and the environment. For the con­struction, technically pre-dried construction timber—without chemical wood preservatives—and high-quality natural, ecological building materials are used, which are tested and certified for harmful substances. This gives the Gruber natural wood houses their pleasant and balanced indoor climate both in summer and winter. Ideal for allergy sufferers and people with exacting requirements for a healthy living ­environment.



FischerHaus GmbH & Co. KG

Healthy living and sustainability

The essential material is wood. Healthy, sustainable, durable, reliable, untreated—down-to-earth and yet a material that transforms imagination into solid form. It offers homebuilders ample scope in the realization of their personal dream house. Combined with clever science and cutting-edge home automation, it results in energy efficiency, noise protection and a natural living experience. Owing not least to the positive properties of raw materials and the quality of components installed, such as windows, roof and walls, the Generation X house is able to produce more energy than the house and residents consume.



Keilhofer GmbH
Stadtvilla im Gründerzeit-Stil

Built in brick or entirely
in solid timber construction

A house completely without mineral wool or plastic foils, for ecological and healthy living. Sustainability from the selection of building materials from renewable raw materials, to low maintenance costs, to the recyclability of materials. We think ahead!



HUF Haus ART 5

Long-lasting joy in
a HUF house

Each newly built HUF house leaving the factory in Hartenfels meets the stringent quality standards of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) in the Gold category. If desired, even the Platinum certification is possible for every HUF house. For HUF HAUS, sustainability starts with the selection of resource-conserving ­materials, followed by efficient production processes and long-term partnerships with reliable suppliers. Our commitment to our employees including a long-term employee loyalty program goes without saying for the HUF family business. Be­cause the fascinating living experience of a HUF house for a lifetime only evolves out of professional competence and a strong team spirit.



Musterhaus Poing-Grub

Sustainable building with KAMPA

Sustainability is the benchmark for future construction. KAMPA houses already show a positive eco-balance during production, because we consistently focus on wood and wood-based insulation. More energy is stored in wood than is needed for the production of wood products. This is why KAMPA houses do not cause greenhouse emissions, but even store around 50 tons of CO2. Furthermore, KAMPA houses have a positive energy balance during use. The outer wall, the roof and windows are of Passive House quality, so that almost no heat is lost. This is sustainably cost-­saving, and with just a small photovoltaic system, the entire energy requirement can be covered. We call that Plus energy.


Johanni Ziegelhaus
Musterhaus München
Brick construction means long-lasting,
flexible and valuable investment in the future

Building with brick has been the method of choice for generations—for good ­reason. Brick houses survive storms and heavy rain unscathed. What’s more, brick also provides good sound and fire protection in addition to its storage properties, which has a positive effect on the indoor climate. Succeeding generations will be looking forward to a well-preserved, high-worth building that has hardly lost in value, even after decades.


Albert Haus
ALBERT Haus has a firm grip
on the “human biotope.”

As a third-generation family business, we do not think in quarterly figures, but in generations. ALBERT Haus has made a conscious decision to focus on building ­materials that do not produce hazardous waste at deconstruction, but can simply be returned to nature. We consider house building as part of a larger whole, and humans as part of this biotope. That is why we cooperate purposefully with domestic in­dustries and trades. We use wood-fiber thermal insulation boards and locally grown timber as standard, and we make sure to examine every material used for com­patibility with the concept of sustainability. The Sustainability Award Mainfranken 2017 is confirmation that our efforts are heading in the right direction.


MVS Ziegelbau
Massivhaus München

Clay, loam and water

Clay, loam and water—the ingredients of our building bricks, which we predominantly use for our solid construction houses (Massivhaus). And for a good reason. Bricks are characterized by excellent heat insulation, long service life and a very good ­environmental balance. Moreover, bricks protect from electro-smog and offer the best sound and fire protection. Thanks to our quality bricks, we need no additional outer wall insulation for the construction of your Massivhaus. This protects the ­environment and provides a pleasant living climate within your four walls. Our bricks can be used for versatile applications and are perfectly suited for highly thermal-­insulated single- and two-family homes or rowhouses.



Fertighaus WEISS GmbH
Musterhaus Poing

Timber—raw material with
a future. Ecological building, healthy living

Sustainability does not mean a restriction of individuality, but is a gain in quality of life. The ecological added value already starts with the low primary energy requirement at production. Our materials are regularly tested and certified by independent institutions. We procure our timber exclusively from local sawmills, avoiding long-haul transportation. Our 3rd generation PlusEnergy houses can generate more power than they consume. With the ability of “stockpiling” the self-generated power, there is always sufficient energy available for all family members, even at night or in murky weather. Whatever power is left can then be fed into the grid at lucrative rates.


SchwörerHaus KG
Energieplus-Haus im modernen

From tree trunk to quality house

The core of Schwörer houses is the natural, renewable resource wood. The special feature of SchwörerHaus, the PEFC-certified wood from local forestry, is processed in our own sawmill, technically dried and refined into high-quality wood-based materials. As a climate protection company, we feel that it is our responsibility to keep the environmental impact as low as possible, with a sustainable product concept over the entire product life cycle, i.e. from the procurement of raw materials, their processing in our factory to customers moving into their Schwörer house. In addition, SchwörerHaus has undergone a rigorous certification program of the Sentinel ­­Haus Institut and TÜV Rheinland, attesting to the healthy indoor climate quality of Schwörer houses.



allkauf haus GmbH
Prestige 2V2

Quality seal for sustainable
building is financially worthwhile

Sustainability is a real trend in home-building, as future-oriented construction gets increasingly popular. And it is even rewarded: home-builders making sure that their desired property has been certified by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) will get more than just an ecologically built home. The quality label ensures attractive interest-rate advantages in financing, depending on the provider. So make the right choice when buying a house! At prefab home specialist allkauf, you will strike it lucky. As the first modular prefab house provider, allkauf has all ­houses certified by the DGNB—at no extra charge! Drop in and find out more at www.allkauf.de.


Griffnerhaus GmbH
Musterhaus Poing

Homes of the highest quality—
sustainably conceived, planned and built.

With the sophisticated construction and energy optimization of GRIFFNER houses, we reduce our customers’ operating costs to a minimum. Wood for the structural design of each house comes from sustainably managed forests. The ceilings are made of solid wood and all houses are designed as low-energy houses. It is insulated with cork and wood fiber. Large glass surfaces allow natural daylight to carry deep into the rooms. Moreover, GRIFFNER houses are not statically dependent on given, load-bearing walls. The interior zoning can be individually designed because the loads are diverted by just few columns with the patented Open Space® concept. This makes life in our homes even more open and flexible.


ELK Fertighaus GmbH
ELK 189 Effizienzhaus 40
Your ELK house has a future

Energy efficiency is one of the most important features of modern buildings. Plus Energy Houses can typically generate more electricity and heat from renewable energy sources than their residents consume. Sustainability is the future viability of a building. After all, an ELK house should be a comfortable, healthy and safe home for decades to come and for future generations. To achieve these goals, sustainable new buildings must meet a whole list of criteria. These include, for example, the quality of indoor air and protection against heat, cold and noise.


Bauen und Wohnen im
21. Jahrhundert
Omitting the superfluous is the
highest form of sustainability

With its consistently innovative design, the habitat21 house also takes a radically new approach to sustainability. Due to its carrier system with outer panels, it is ­flexible in size, layout and design right from the start. It can, for example, be kept simple and compact in the first generation, to be steadily expanded as needed—or be reduced again later. No unnecessary resources are required. If, after many ­years, the house is no longer needed, it can be completely disassembled and rebuilt elsewhere, or disposed of with little recycling effort.