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