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 wood frame wall assemblies.

FEWER TRADES

Complete exterior wall 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 streamlined process, shorter schedules and
reduced delays.

SIMPLER PROCESS

A simpler less complicated design, leads to less labor required and
reduced warranty reworks.

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH WOOD FRAMING IS REALLY COSTING YOU?

SIMPLICITY SAVES YOU MONEY

Bautex is cost-competitive to wood framing

There are many factors that go into the cost of building a home - materials, labor, construction time, delays, design coordination, rework, and warranty issues. When you take all of these factors into consideration, wood framing is more expensive than commonly understood. The simplicity, reduction in trades and labor, and speed of construction of Bautex, makes it affordable to build the next generation home being demanded today.

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BUILD AT SAME PRICE POINT AS WOOD

Builder Switches Own Home to Bautex

The Bautex Wall System provides unquestionably superior performance to wood framing but is also cost competitive to allow builders and homeowners to stay within budget on their projects. In the case of a builder's personal 3,200 square foot home in the Texas Hill Country, he discovered that the cost difference between Bautex and his original wood frame design was only $1,800. As the builder put it, "That's the cost of a single light fixture from Restoration Hardware! Bautex is a no-brainer for me."

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LONG-TERM SAVINGS

Reduced Energy and Maintenance Costs

Homes constructed with Bautex Blocks are less costly to operate, maintain, and last longer, providing superior long-term value to home owners.

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