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The industrial prefabrication of a prefabricated house in SHORT CONSTRUCTION TIME

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Short Time

The fully equipped modules will be brought to the destination after completion with a special transporter.

Custom Made

Each Beckle Home is built in the company-owned production hall according to individual wishes.

Energy Efficient Living

As an energy-efficient house, the Beckle Home is extremely economical in consumption. The high energy efficiency leads to lower environmental impact and is a real cost advantage in terms of annual operating costs. The Beckle Home is also ideal for allergy sufferers due to its natural construction.

Live and feel comfortable

When it comes to your dream home then you should be quiet demanding. After all, it’s about the place you live and feel comfortable in the future. Beckle Home is at your side for everything to work to your liking.

At the heart of all our work is the quality of your construction project. We advise you in detail and then plan exactly the house that suits you and your needs. During the construction phase, we work together with reliable partners from the region and use only high-quality materials.

Even in prefabricated houses, no prefabricated house is the same as the other! The demands and needs of a prefabricated house in terms of price, size, architecture style, energy efficiency, execution.

Why Choose Us


The raw material wood

The renewable raw material from which house dreams arise: 100 percent solid natural softwood, quality-tested, planed, without chemical wood protection and sorted according to strength. Most of
the spruce wood is used because it contains less resin than pine and grows in sufficient quantities in USA forests. From this, different building materials and materials are created, which are used as
construction wood or board material. For several years, the principle of sustainable forestry has been used in USA forests. This means that only as much wood may be harvested as grows.


Plate cutting

Before the production of a prefabricated house starts, each house is constructed on the computer using CAD software (computer-aided design). Each individual commission is then provided with the resulting blueprints and parts lists for the wood mechanics and fitters in the factory and on the construction site. On this basis, for example, all panel materials for the walls are cut on a stationary panel saw - according to an exact bill of materials from the computer.


Profile machining

The timbers, which are later to take over the supporting function of the wall, ceiling and roof structures, come automatically from the wood store. In the machining center, they are sawn, drilled, milled, marked and labeled with CNC-controlled tools (Computerized Numerical Control). Thanks to the labeling, each component can be determined beyond doubt and any errors in the further production of a prefabricated house are avoided. The precise CNC machines allow a dimensional tolerance of at most one millimeter. These industrial processes and their precision characterize the production of each prefabricated house.


Laying the bolt work

Muscle strength is required when the workers place and attach the framework, ie stalks, beams or rafters, to an element table. They are supported by the precise marks of the computer-controlled woodworking, so that the finished elements have minimal tolerances. The first skeletons for the elements of the upcoming prefabricated house are already recognizable in this step.


Planking with OSB boards

The custom-cut chip, gypsum fiberboard and OSB (Oriented Strand Boards) slabs are mounted on the framework. In our example, an adhesive is first applied to the framework, which will later connect the construction fully and reliably.


Processing the wall elements

The plates are placed on the frame with the aid of a vacuum siphon and firmly clamped or nailed, so that nothing can slip anymore. The stapling or nailing can be done by hand or with computer-controlled nail bridges - depending on how extensive the production of the prefabricated house is automated. The trained control of the wood mechanic is not to replace one way or another. Among other things, the Gap test examines the distance between brackets. Everything has to fit exactly.


Turning process of the elements

After the inside of the wall has been worked on, it is turned with a so-called ``butterfly turner``, after which the insulation can be cut and laid in a suitable way, without using the insulation material too loosely or too tightly, since both deviations from the ideal have a negative effect the insulating effect of the respective substance and thus the later house wall can have.


Attaching the insulation

After turning, the insulation is inserted into the compartments. Depending on the manufacturer, a specific type of insulation can be incorporated, for example classic mineral wool or, for nature enthusiasts, hemp, flax, cellulose or wood fiber insulation.


Window installation on the standing wall

Good to see: Thanks to the vacuum suction device, the windows can be picked up and inserted into the wall with a perfect fit. Especially with the sealing materials, care is taken to ensure that no thermal bridges are created, which later lead to a lower insulating effect of the wall. After installing the windows, the external sills and roller shutter boxes are mounted.


Plastering the wall

Finally, the prefabricated wall is plastered while standing. The basic mineral plaster, in which a reinforcing mesh is embedded, still comes on the wall in the factory. At the construction site, the visible plaster will later be applied seamlessly. This has the background that any minor damage that may occur during transport, can be repaired easily with the precious plaster and at the same time no transitions to the individual elements can be seen more.


Assembly on the construction site

After the manufacture of the prefabricated house in the factory, the individual components are loaded onto semi-trailers in a specific order so that the right components are always on site at the construction site. By means of a mobile crane, the individual components are unloaded from the semi-trailer to the base plate or the basement and mounted by assembly teams in the shortest possible time.