Progress Real Estate

At Progress Real Estate, we believe that buying, selling or investing in real estate should be a peaceful and rewarding life. Our team has a lot of experience and is dedicated to provide personalized services tailored to ensure your unique support.

Our
Services.

We bring your dream houses and wooden buildings to life.

From the initial planning phase to the meticulous construction and seamless delivery, we take pride in guiding you through every step of this enchanting journey. The result is a masterpiece that exceeds expectations, where every corner reflects the highest standards of design and workmanship.
15

Years of Experience

999

Satisfied Clients

40

Team Members

999

Projects Delivery

99

Awards Won

1) Planing

The planning phase is where the magic begins. We start by understanding your desires, needs, and preferences for your dream wooden house. Our team collaborates closely with you to meticulously plan and design your dream wooden house. We engage in detailed discussions to understand your unique preferences, requirements, and the natural surroundings of your chosen location.

2) Construction

The construction phase is where craftsmanship and innovation intertwine to build your dream wooden house. Our skilled builders and craftsmen bring your dream wooden house to life with their expertise and dedication. From skilled carpentry to precise detailing, using premium materials and techniques, we construct the sturdy framework and intricately craft each element of your wooden house.

3) Delivery

Our dedicated logistics team ensures the safe and secure transportation of your wooden house to its final destination. We ensure the safe and timely delivery of your completed wooden house to its final destination. Our logistics team meticulously plans and coordinates the transportation, ensuring a smooth journey for your wooden house. We'll keep you informed every step of the way.

Construction Materials

All the houses and buildings from Progress Real Estate use the materials by Knauf which in addition to Safety Data Sheet, has the following certificates:
· CE 520, DIN 18180 + Certifcate from Rosenheim
· ETA-07/0086: 2013 + Environmental Product Declaration
· While, Knauf factory has certificates ISO 9001; 14001; 45001
Isolation Materials

Stone wool, also known as mineral wool or rock wool, is a type of insulation material that is made from volcanic rock or other types of stone. It is produced by heating the raw materials to extremely high temperatures and then spinning them into fibers. These fibers are then formed into mats or boards that can be used for thermal and acoustic insulation in buildings.

Stone wool insulation has several properties that make it desirable for construction purposes:
· Thermal Insulation: Stone wool has excellent thermal insulation properties, which means it helps to reduce heat transfer between the inside and outside of a building. It helps to keep the interior warm in cold weather and cool in hot weather, leading to energy efficiency and cost savings on heating and cooling.
· Fire Resistance: Stone wool is inherently fire-resistant due to its high melting point.
It can withstand extremely high temperatures without melting or releasing toxic gases. This makes it a valuable material for improving the fire safety of buildings and reducing the spread of flames.
· Acoustic Insulation: Stone wool has good sound-absorbing qualities, making it effective
for reducing noise transmission between rooms or from external sources. It can help create
a quieter and more comfortable indoor environment by minimizing the impact of noise pollution.
· Moisture Resistance: Stone wool is not affected by moisture and is resistant to mold, mildew, and rot. It does not absorb water, making it a suitable insulation material for areas prone to high humidity or moisture exposure.
· Durability and Longevity: Stone wool is a durable material that does not deteriorate over time. It maintains its insulation properties and performance for the lifespan of the building, requiring minimal maintenance.

Stone wool insulation is commonly used in both residential and commercial construction for various applications, including insulating roofs, walls, floors, and HVAC systems. It offers excellent thermal and acoustic performance, fire resistance, and durability, making it a popular choice for improving energy efficiency, comfort, and safety in buildings.

Wood Fiber Insulation

Wood fiber insulation, also known as wood wool insulation, is a type of insulation material made from processed wood fibers. It is typically produced from waste wood or sustainably harvested timber, making it an environmentally friendly choice.
Here are some key characteristics and benefits of wood fiber insulation:
· Thermal Insulation: Wood fiber insulation provides effective thermal insulation by reducing heat transfer between the interior and exterior of a building. It helps to keep the indoor temperature stable, reducing energy consumption for heating and cooling.
· Moisture Regulation: Wood fiber insulation has hygroscopic properties, meaning it can absorb and release moisture. It helps regulate humidity levels within a building, preventing condensation and maintaining a comfortable and healthy indoor environment.
· Breathability: Wood fiber insulation allows vapor permeability, allowing moisture vapor to escape from the building structure. This helps to prevent moisture buildup, mold growth, and potential damage to the building materials.
· Acoustic Insulation: Wood fiber insulation has good sound absorption properties, reducing noise transmission between rooms and from external sources. It can contribute to creating a quieter and more comfortable living or working environment.
· Fire Resistance: Wood fiber insulation can have inherent fire-resistant properties due to the high density and natural composition of wood fibers. Some wood fiber insulation products are treated with fire-retardant additives to enhance their fire resistance.
· Sustainable and Eco-Friendly: Wood fiber insulation is made from renewable and recyclable materials. It often includes recycled wood fibers or waste wood from other industries, reducing the environmental impact. It has a low carbon footprint compared to other insulation materials.
Wood fiber insulation is commonly used in both new construction and retrofitting projects. It can be installed in various areas of a building, including roofs, walls, and floors. The insulation panels or mats are typically easy to handle and install. Wood fiber insulation offers excellent thermal and acoustic performance, moisture regulation, fire resistance, and environmental sustainability, making it a popular choice for energy-efficient and eco-friendly buildings.

Main Door

The main door from Progress Real Estate is suitable for all types of construction as well weekend houses, summer houses, modern houses and other buildings. The thickness of the main door in addition to complementing the appearance, also provides sufficient insulation and it's energy efficient. In addition to the desired size and shape, you can also choose the handle and the closing system. As part of the accessories on the website www.progress-realestate.com can see some of the types of windows and main door.

Windows

We most oftenly use the the innovative multi-chamber geometry of SOFTLINE 82 MD ensures excellent thermal a insulation with values of up to Uw = 0i74 W/(m²K) when using highly insulating triple glazing with Ug = 0i5 W/(m²K)i In a thermally optimized version with thermally separated steel reinforcements, SOFTLINE 82 MD also easily meets the most stringent energy efficiency requirements - from low-energy houses to passive houses.

· System depth: 82 mm
· Uf value: up to 1i0 W/(m²K)
· `{`0i94 W/(m²K) with thermal break`}`
· Sound insulation Rw: up to 47 dB
· Wind load resistance: up to class B5
· Water tightness against driving rain: until class 9A
· Air permeability: until class 4

Explore Our Projects

Progress Real Estate L.L.C houses can be made on request with the possibility of replacement. So, if you change a country, take the home with you.