How is the interior design of a prefabricated house done?

The bodyshell stands, but until the move in there is still something crucial: The interior. In this article, we explain what it actually means in a prefabricated house and how you can really save costs in interior design, from electrical installations to wall coverings.

Turnkey or expansion house?

But if you decide to go with the expansion house, more work than just wallpapering on top tiles comes to you: the work ranges from the installation of all pipes to staircase construction to heating and sanitary works.


If you decide on a development house, the planning of the interior design will not be taken over by the prefabricated house company. Therefore, you should consider using an interior designer who will advise you on material procurement, installation order, and, of course, what is going where.

The procedure of the interior work

The interior work takes place with the prefabricated house usually exactly like with other house types. First, the insulation of the attic is done from the inside, as this would be difficult to access later. The subsequent erection of the stud walls, their plaster cladding and the necessary electrical work done only in the attic.

Once this has been done, the windows of all floors are mounted. This is followed by the electrical and sanitary rough assembly, followed by the plaster work on the walls. If desired, the optional underfloor heating and then the solar panels can now be installed.

In order to ensure a solid floor later, the screed must now be laid and dried. The now possible final assembly of the sanitary follows the installation of the heat pump. After this "basic work" now tiler, house painter and electrician can finish their work.

Tips & TricksIf, for example, you can "just" paint or tile, arrange a compromise with your prefab company to do the more difficult work. Even by painting or wallpapering yourself, you can save a lot of money.
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