Transport and assembly

This is the moment you have been waiting for: the packages containing your Baufritz home finally arrive at the building site. They are accompanied by our experienced Baufritz specialists from Germany. Everyone who works for Baufritz is part of the team and does their bit to make sure that everything goes according to plan.

Moving along:
Safe transport and delivery

The lorries carrying your Baufritz home arrive safely at the building site, well protected against the wind, water and dust. The modules are carefully and reliably wrapped at the factory in Germany with a recyclable cover that is removed and disposed of properly on site. This is when your house is finally assembled. Maximum precision and uncompromising quality – that’s what you expect from a Baufritz house.

German quality in the UK

Baufritz has been established in the UK for over 15 years with dedicated headquarters in Cambridge. In the wake of Brexit, our material and supply chains between Germany and the UK have remained intact. We have also expanded our excellent and reliable network of craftspeople and partners in the UK, and can therefore guarantee the same high standards in the UK as we do in Germany.

Visit us and see for yourself

We invite you to visit our headquarters in Erkheim, in the lovely Allgäu region of Southern Germany. Experience the unique architecture, quality and healthy interiors of our buildings. Be inspired in our HausSchneiderei design centre and take a look behind the scenes of state-of-the-art Baufritz production. The nearest airport is Memmingen, just a 10-minute drive away. Or why not combine it with a trip to Munich. Our sales advisers would be happy to organise an individual tour for you.

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What happens when your Baufritz house is assembled on the building site? We have some impressions for you here.

The facts speak for themselves: Depending on the size and complexity of a house, it takes four to six lorries to deliver all components. Wall elements can measure up to 42 feet long and weigh two-and-a-half to three tons. The shell of the building is in place and weather-proofed after just two to six days. At this point, we usually hold a topping-out ceremony. The next step involves fitting out the interiors, which can take between four to ten months. Then it’s time for you to start packing your boxes, move in and feel at home.