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Barrier-free living

A VARIO-HAUS moves in step with a lifetime

Considering the future means thinking about growing older and being ready for possible eventualities. At a later date, barrier-free living and the suitability of your dream house for wheelchairs can mean a decisive improvement in quality of life. However, a number of factors have to be accounted for both in the planning and implementation phases:
 

  • Wider doors and passages
  • Low front and terrace door steps
  • Ramps rather than stairs in the entrance area
  • The keeping clear of sufficient room space to rotate a wheelchair
  • The layout of all the main rooms on the ground floor

 
In this connection, VARIO-HAUS adheres to the current ÖNORM B 1600 “Planning principles for barrier-free construction”.

Predictive planning
Nobody wants a case of reduced mobility. However, if you are prepared for this, it can make your life in your home much easier. Especially for people with disabilities, an appropriate design of the house means a significant increase in quality of life.
 
VARIO-HAUS is based on the valid ÖNORM B 1600 "Planning principles for barrier-free building".
 

The bungalow - a classic for a barrier-free home

For many people of all ages, bungalows are the only true home. A life's dream without stairs with luxurious space on one level. Inside and outside, because almost every room has access to the terrace or the garden. VARIO-HAUS offers a wide range of bungalows in different sizes and for every wallet.
 
 

"We give our best for you. We will not disappoint your trust in our company."
Ing. Josef Gruber, founder and CEO of VARIO-BAU, member of the Board of the Austrian Prefabricated House Association and of the European Prefabrication Association.
Daniel Gruber, MA, Assistant to the Management