TRENDS IN PREFABRICATED WOOD SYSTEMS
Prefabricated wood products are generally produced and assembled in the factories. From there they are transported to the construction site where they are installed or used to build building structures. A wide range of materials are used for the production of these systems. These include metal, wood, glass, plastic, plasterboard, hardware, etc. From the creation of industrial structures to the construction of homes and commercial spaces, prefabricated wooden construction systems are becoming a new trend in the building and construction industry. The introduction of these prefabricated systems has effectively solved the constraints of delivery times in the construction industry. Prefabricated frame systems require less time in the construction of any required structure due to their easy installation process. They can be modified according to requirements and greatly help to save space on construction sites. The robust growth of construction due to rapid industrialization and urbanization, increased government investment in public infrastructure development, and the global economic boom is the main driving force behind the rapid expansion of the prefabricated wood market.
THE MARKET IN EUROPE
The market for prefabricated wood products is expanding, as evidenced by the increase in the production of laminated wood (CLT). Production of CLT in the “DACH” region (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland), the Czech Republic, and Italy amounts to over 750,000 m3 and is increasing at a rate of over 10% per year.
The growing awareness among people of the effects of building waste on the environment is encouraging the adoption of the concept of green building. This will create profitable growth opportunities in the prefabricated building systems market in the future. Prefabricated building systems generate less waste on construction sites, which makes them the ideal choice for greener and therefore greener construction. Prefabricated buildings have become an ideal alternative sustainable approach for the construction industry. It is gradually becoming a new trend for the construction of residential and non-residential buildings due to its many attractive advantages including shorter construction times, cost savings, and lower emissions.
Most people in the developed regions show a keen interest in wood construction. Adopting these systems not only helps them save time and costs but also reduces CO2 emissions and construction waste.
NEW DELIVERY TIMES FOR WOODEN HOUSES 2022 – 2023
For all these reasons many companies that have their factory have had an increase in orders. Previously you could order a wooden prefabricated and have it delivered in 4 months. This included at least 3 months of planning. Now the design, due to many orders also due to the 110% superbonus, comes twice as much. Deliveries after ordering the project to the factory of prefabricated houses also come from 8 to 12 months.
Because the world’s population continues to grow at a record rate. This is why the building and construction industry is under enormous pressure to find alternative construction. The world’s population is currently estimated at around 7. 9 billion according to the Worldometer. This global population explosion is generating demand for residential housing. In turn, it is creating space for the growth of the wooden building systems market. This means that the trend of wooden houses for 2023 will be on the rise.