The design of a building and the style of its facade go hand in hand. We are proud to say that we are perhaps the only company in the market that is able to offer professional solutions to the specific needs of our customers, focusing exclusively on facade cladding, with a thorough knowledge of the segment.
We optimise the layout of the facade cladding and supporting structure, fine-tune the details and help you choose the ideal cladding and supporting structure system based on your needs and considerations. As part of our specialist design services, we also undertake structural design of individual support structures and 3D laser scanning drone surveys of buildings.
We coordinate our projects from the preparation phase through to handover with on-site construction and project management, and keep our clients informed of progress. Efficient use of time and money is monitored throughout.
The facade cladding materials to be installed are prepared on our own premises under factory conditions, and the holes for installation are formed using state-of-the-art technologies. Our permanent team of professionals produces customised cladding elements by hand or using the latest precision CNC machines.
Our company specialises in the construction of fitted facade cladding and the installation of aluminium windows and doors. One of the main keys to our versatility, tailored to individual requirements, is the use of state-of-the-art technologies to support our work. These help us to provide our clients with a complete range of specialist facade services for public buildings, residential buildings and individual family houses.
Fiber cement is a composite material consisting mainly of cement, reinforcing and auxiliary fibres. It can be composed of a variety of fibres, such as glass or carbon fibres, limestone powder, recycled ground fibre cement, reinforcing fibres (synthetic or organic fibres made from polyvinyl alcohol or polyacrylonitrile and process fibres).
Fiber cement is used, among other things, as roof and facade panels. Microscopic air cavities in the panels make the material frost-resistant. Thanks to its many advantages, it has become one of today's most popular cladding materials. It is waterproof, UV-resistant and non-combustible. It is also durable, breathable, soundproof, rust-proof, fully dimensionally stable and, last but not least, easy to work with.
Used as facade cladding, fiber cement panels are usually used in thicknesses between 8 and 12 mm. Textured or smooth surfaces are available in matt or glossy finishes in standard and special colours. The facade panels can be cut to almost any shape, but perforation and surface milling are also possible. This allows a very specific and varied use, so that a wide choice of shapes, colours, surface textures and coatings allows the customer's individual needs to be met to the maximum..
In addition, the surface is also impregnated to prevent subsequent discolouration caused by moisture, resulting in a truly durable, weather-resistant material.
Different types of backing anchorage systems are available to match the cladding and load-bearing structures, offering the possibility of concealed or visible anchorage. In compliance with fire safety regulations, glued or mechanical fixing can be chosen.
As the supporting structure can be made of wood or even aluminium, it is easy to create thermal insulation and to separate it from the supporting surface (also due to the fact that it is not dilatable or thermally bridged).
Thanks to this wide choice, fibre cement cladding offers maximum design freedom for creative facade design, but is also gaining increasing attention for interior design solutions.
HPL (High Pressure Laminates) tiles are the ideal choice for ventilated facades and balconies. Ventilated facades, by virtue of their construction, offer great freedom in the choice of cladding. Different materials are available.
HPL is a panel cladding type with very good properties, as it has a strong, unbreakable and impact-resistant surface, high flexural strength, good weather resistance, protection against temperature fluctuations (designed to provide thermal insulation and dimensional stability), UV resistance and durability. It is also creative, sustainable and versatile.
Its aesthetic appearance makes it one of the most popular materials for both commercial and residential buildings. Thanks to the wide range of colours and textures, a variety of looks can be achieved.
Cellulose, phenol and melamine resins are used as a topcoat for HPL panels. Underneath this is a decorative layer which can be digitally custom designed and printed. This means that customised panels can be created to suit the design of the facade.
It can be fixed in different ways. The facade tiles are either fixed directly to the profiles, using visible fixing (rivets), or hidden fixing using a anchor solution drilled from the back.
Overall, a sophisticated and modern look is only limited by the customer's imagination!
Ceramics are among the oldest materials known to mankind. Today they can be used to make very unique looking products.
Facade ceramic materials contain clay minerals, such as feldspar, chamotte, clay, etc. and water. They are fired at about 1200 °C, the fragments are very dense, hardly absorbent and therefore frost-resistant.
Ceramic tiles are usually used to create a ventilated facade, but it is also possible to use them as a single skin structure. A great advantage is that it can be used to achieve an aesthetic appearance while being economical and sustainable. The ventilated design allows for the installation of a customized insulation material between the load-bearing structure and the facade cladding, which not only provides air circulation through the air gap, but also has a positive impact on the energy efficiency of the building. This can reduce heating costs, saving on increasingly scarce resources.
It is a truly sophisticated construction, as the ceramic is not damaged by the weather, rain, snow or wind, while the modern colour palette and the individuality of the surface structure provide aesthetic solutions to the customer's ideas, giving great design freedom. We are talking about a colourfast and fire-resistant surface with a long service life.
It is no coincidence that this type of cladding is often used in sustainable building projects due to its material properties. Not only is it environmentally friendly, but it also allows for a customised design to match the character of the building.
Thin concrete elements with different colours, finishes, textures and shapes open up a wide range of possibilities in building membrane design.
This thin and stable facade element has many positive features. It provides a sustainable and economical solution for the entire building membrane and creates a pleasant indoor climate inside the building. In addition to the highest product quality, concrete wall and facade panels offer considerable design freedom, allowing almost any architectural form and function to be realised. Concrete facade panels are delivered from the factory ready for installation.
For this reason, precast concrete facade elements are hugely popular, their large format makes them practical and extremely attractive, and the subsequent fast installation time is a major advantage.
Nowadays, fine concrete facades are produced with a wide range of finishes. The design and colouring of prefabrication is almost unlimited.
Metal sheet cladding panels create a homogeneous facade appearance with a long-lasting colour scheme. Provides a timeless, aesthetic appearance even in extreme weather conditions.
When cladding with high quality panels, assembly is simple, while the result is an attractive and timeless facade cladding. There is no need to treat or paint afterwards. This results in a relatively low maintenance yet durable cladding.
Unlike many other building materials, good quality metal sheet cladding can last for decades without major maintenance. Dirt will not adhere to the coating of the high quality panels. With the impeccable quality of galvanised sheets and profiles, corrosion protection is also easily achieved. Good thermal and/or acoustic insulation can also be achieved when designing the backing structure. However, the material is not vapour permeable, so moisture cannot penetrate even in the event of heavy rainfall. As the metal sheet is only indirectly connected to the building's supporting structure thanks to the backing, it provides excellent protection against problems associated with changes in weather conditions.
Not only is it an appropriate choice for commercial buildings such as offices, shopping centres, warehouses, hospitals, fast food restaurants, intermodal hubs, but it is also increasingly common for residential buildings.
All in all, a metal sheet claded facade not only gives a modern, aesthetic look to the building, but also saves money in the long run. That's why it's practical for our company to be involved in the process from the very first steps of the design.
A composite sheet is a sheet with a polyethylene core, covered on both sides with a thin layer of aluminium. The resultant material is lightweight thanks to the core and durable and resistant thanks to the use of outer layers. The surface is usually coloured, which allows a wide range of colours to be achieved, and can be perforated, to achieve unique looks.
The composite sheet is typically 4 mm thick (3 mm core, 0.5-0.5 mm armour). A distinction is made between FR-core and A2-core according to fire classification. It is also suitable for high rise buildings, ventilated or insulated facades.