WHAT DOES BAUTEX COST?

HOW THE BAUTEX WALL SYSTEM SAVES YOU TIME AND MONEY

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REDUCED MATERIALS

A simple inte­grat­ed wall system that requires fewer materials and
com­po­nents compared to tra­di­tion­al wall assemblies.

FEWER STEPS

Complete exterior structure and building envelope using one system
in one stream­lined con­struc­tion process.

LESS LABOR

Exterior walls con­struct­ed by a single trade quickly with less labor
and without the need for specialty skills.

FASTER SCHEDULE

Get dried-in” quicker with higher pro­duc­tion rates, stream­lined and
more compact schedules, and reduced coor­di­na­tion issues and delays.

SIMPLER PROCESS

Simpler design leads to labor savings and reduced con­struc­tion risk
with less rework and reduced warranty costs.

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH MORE TRADITIONAL WALLS COST YOU?

SIMPLICITY SAVES MONEY

Reduce materials, labor, trades, and steps with Bautex

The Bautex Wall System sim­pli­fies design and con­struc­tion, accel­er­ates project
timelines, and sub­stan­tial­ly reduces risk by reducing the amount of labor and number of trades required to complete a building.

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BAUTEX EVEN BEATS METAL FRAMING

6,500 Square Foot Municipal Office

The Bautex Wall System is com­pet­i­tive with most com­mer­cial building systems, including metal stud framing, long con­sid­ered one of the less expensive building options. In the case of a 6,500 square foot, one-story municipal building in South Texas, the owner’s rep projected that Bautex was going to save the munic­i­pal­i­ty nearly 12% over con­ven­tion­al metal stud framing. This did not include savings expected from a shorter schedule and the reduced cost of pur­chas­ing smaller heating and cooling equipment.

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LONG-TERM SAVINGS

Reduced Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Costs

Bautex saves owners money during con­struc­tion, but buildings con­struct­ed with Bautex Blocks are also less costly to operate and maintain. Bautex buildings are more resilient and last longer, providing superior long-term value to owners. 

  • Lower energy costs
  • Less main­te­nance costs
  • Lower cost of repairs
  • Resilience to natural disasters
  • Lower insurance premiums
  • Better resale values