Efficient design through modern technology
The single-family house itself is a good prerequisite for efficient living: Since it provides less living space than other types of house such as the two-family house, logically, not so much heating energy and electricity can be consumed.
It all depends on your lifestyle
But modern technology alone is no guarantee for economical living: Your own energy consumption plays a decisive role: If you heat with the windows open, leave the fridge open frequently or leave the lights switched on when you are away, yours will be Energy costs are guaranteed to be high. Although these are extreme examples, they do show that the efficiency of your home depends greatly on your lifestyle.
If you want to optimize your energy-conscious lifestyle, investing in a smart home can help: autonomous or remote window closure, shut-off of the oven when not in use, or similar features will take longer if you do not always think about saving energy. Gut Planning your investments well
Of course, good insulation, heating and modern building technology are relatively high investments. Therefore, you should keep an eye on your costs and save on unimportant areas. As a rule, insulation is the most important and effective, but also an expensive investment, but it pays off in any case. Ein Set a price limit right from the start to better plan costs and financing. This applies to subsequent investments, but above all to new buildings. Here, four- or five-digit amounts are often "downsized", as they do not play a major role in the overall price of the building.