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By Hubertus Kuhlmey

Der ungleiche Kampf Bauherr gegen Baufirma beginnt schon vor der Bauphase. Dank ihrer Erfahrung sind Bauunternehmen und Handwerker auf diese state of affairs bestens vorbereitet: sie haben auf jede Frage oder Kritik eine meist unverbindliche Antwort und für jeden Mangel eine passende Ausrede.

Pfusch am Bau, nicht rechtzeitig erkannt, kann teuer werden. Solche Kostenfallen lassen sich vermeiden, wenn sich der Bauherr an einige Regeln hält und fachkundigen Rat sucht. Zum Beispiel mit diesem Buch, verfasst von Autoren, die ihr Wissen über die vielen Kostenfallen während des Hausbaus in verständlicher und konzentrierter shape weitergeben: Über die Haupt- und Nebenkosten sowie über die Probleme von der Baugrube bis zur Abdichtung, vom Rohbau bis zum Innenausbau, von der Wahl der Baustoffe und Bauteile bis zur Entscheidung über die am besten geeigneten Bausysteme.

72 Kostenfallen und ihre Ursachen sind hier beschrieben. Wer sie kennt und beim Hausbau aufpasst, kann Pfusch verhindern und Kosten sparen.

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0`SOYW\UbVS1VOW\a¶ Living in harmony with the earth would come easier for us if we weren’t so hardwired with our consumer mentality. But our so-called “addiction” to oil—and consumerism—can’t be that much harder to break than other addictions, such as smoking, drinking, or eating more than we need. It’s all about changing our habits. Our choices truly have the potential to change the very fabric of our lives. One consideration to help simplify our choices along the way is to think about the consequences of our actions and activities, not just for us and our neighbors, but for all living things.

Bill Moyers reports that many evangelical groups are recognizing that taking care of God’s green earth and protecting it from harm are in line with what God would want them to do. “God created this world. He commissioned us to take care of it, and that’s that,” Reverend Tri Robinson of Vineyard Boise Church, Iowa, told Moyers on his PBS television special, Is God Green? ” —Susan Glickman, consultant to the Natural Resources Defense Council /\]bVS`2]e\aWRS]T1]OZ In addition to CO2 emissions, coal-fired power plants spew mercury into the air.

In addition, WCI has created a Green DVD that’s available free to anyone interested in ecofriendly homes. Rebates and tax incentives help make green innovations easier to implement for homeowners. Some states offer rebates for solar water heaters and photovoltaic cells, and there are “green” mortgages that can be extended to help cover environmental construction. S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program applies points for each ecosensitive feature, based on how much energy a building consumes, what impact it makes on the local environment, how well it conserves natural resources, and whether it provides educational information to buyers and residents (this one turns out to be one of the more challenging requirements).

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