Myths about prefabricated houses.

 New ideas, along with advances in technology, have significantly improved the performance of prefabricated houses. This applies to every aspect from production and construction to finishing. The used construction materials are processed and assembled more accurately and qualitatively in a shorter time. The calculation of the wooden structure, as each detail to it, are complete with the design architectural projects distinguish the prefabricated houses from the others.

 The excellent quality of the construction materials, the perfect execution of the installation, and the used insulations are the basis of the passive and low-energy prefabricated buildings ECOSID. This is a guarantee for many years of operation and unsurpassed living comfort.

 Despite this undeniable progress, there are still some false myths about prefabricated houses. They must be replaced by the numerous advantages and proven facts in favor of prefabricated low-energy construction. Here are some of the most common, false myths about prefabricated houses and the real facts behind them.


Myth № 1

  • Prefabricated houses are of low quality •


» Technologies in the design, manufacture, and construction of prefabricated houses with wooden structures have evolved tremendously over the past 20 years. The professional materials and the automated production lines with which they are built are at the highest level of energy efficiency. That is why prefabricated homes with wooden construction are low-energy and passive buildings created with the future in mind. Technological advances redefine the image of prefabricated homes. These homes are environmentally friendly, comfortable, and low energy. Thanks to natural materials such as wood and insulation, prefabricated buildings are the best choice for a new home. Modern prefabricated houses have been transformed into more complex living spaces, produced with high quality and cost-effectiveness. Curtin University's professor of building sustainability, Peter Newman, describes prefabricated buildings as "next-generation housing" precisely because of cost-effectiveness, competitiveness, and productivity.


Myth № 2

  • Prefabricated structures are square, without any variety •

'The misconception that prefabricated structures are square may be related to the idea that wooden walls and panels can only lead to a' box 'structure. Here, each module, which usually has the shape of a cube, is considered a unique space that can be attached to other modules for assembling the home. Manufacturers of prefabricated houses, such as ECOZID, have made remarkable progress in their construction. Thanks to the modern technologies and construction materials available to our design specialists and architects, they will easily provide you with professional high-quality variants of projects. Also, they will be able to prepare a Preliminary Design entirely according to your assignment, and you can even provide us with a Preliminary Design made by another company.


Myth № 3

  • Only a few standard projects are offered, without changing •


» ECOZID collaborates with world-class designers. That is why we offer aesthetically attractive constructions and high-quality construction of prefabricated passive or low-energy houses. We have a wide variety of conceptual designs that will meet your highest requirements for design and functionality. All our prefabricated house projects are offered in 4 different versions. These are ECO-ECONOMIC, ECO-STANDARD, ECO-COMFORT, and ECO-NATUR. We also offer you a choice of three levels of completion so that you have complete freedom in making a decision.

Our goal is to create your dream low-energy home with a wooden structure. That is why every proposed type of project of ECOSIDE can be changed and modified at your request. This is another proof that the whole team of the company strives to provide you and your family with the dream home.


Myth № 4

  • Prefabricated houses are not built for a long time •


» Manufactured with precise engineering, higher standards for design and innovation in construction, prefabricated structures ensure that they have structural integrity and timeless design, making them a worthwhile investment. Strict measures have been observed to reduce production defects. Each prefabricated wooden building undergoes structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (SMEP) engineering assessment.


Myth № 5

  • Prefabricated houses are only for the mass market •


» This may be true in the past when prefabricated buildings were manufactured in the United States as cheap housing for returning World War II veterans in need of homes. The advantages of this type of construction, such as thermal insulation, sound insulation, design flexibility and a shorter construction period, are only a small part of the things in which prefabricated houses have surpassed monolithic buildings. The building materials used for the production of prefabricated wooden houses are natural, environmentally friendly, and very high quality. These factors turn prefabricated houses into first-class real estate. This trend is causing renewed interest in prefabricated homes. Accordingly, it is projected that more than 1.1 million homes will be produced globally in 2020. First-class designer prefabricated structures for the home are now available for a larger market, crossing different classes and diverse preferences. With a wide range of options and offers that are stylish, luxurious, flexible, and durable, prefabricated houses are becoming more attractive and affordable.

 There are other myths about prefabricated houses. Almost every one of them is just as old and wrong. All of them are inferior to the evidence for the advantages of the prefabricated low-energy and passive houses ECOZID.