Standard facades

According to its basic function, the facade is a protective coating with the primary task of providing the best possible thermal insulation of the interior space and protecting it from adverse external influences. A good facade of residential and commercial buildings provides its users with ideal protection and a pleasant stay indoors. In modern society, high costs of heating and cooling, global warming and protection of the human environment, have influenced the adoption of stricter laws and regulations in the field of facade insulation. New needs in construction were inevitably related to new solutions in the construction of facades, where technical solutions were emphasized with advanced systems that optimally integrate ventilation in warm periods and thermal sealing during months with low temperatures. Ventilated facades do not adhere directly to the wall or supporting structure, but form an additional layer of air, which provides excellent insulation, not only in winter, but equally in summer, which achieves a high degree of energy savings. In addition to air flow, ventilated facades leave the possibility of installing different types of thermal insulation (with or without a glass veil), vapor-permeable and waterproof protective foil (for evacuation of steam and incidental water from facade walls) which greatly improves the overall insulation of buildings.

Ventilated facades


The concept of ventilated facades arose from the need to provide modern construction with the possibility of making facades with a long service life, reduced maintenance costs and a high degree of comfort. Due to its functionality and easy installation, this type of facade has received its widest application in large business buildings, where a high degree of prefabrication of facade elements is required in combination with durable finishing materials. Ventilated facades are often used as an ideal and quick way to modernize and renovate old buildings in a modern way according to current standards in construction, by simply adding new cladding to your own substructure over existing prefabricated facades. This type of facade is especially durable and resistant to external influences and offers great possibilities in the architectural design of the final surfaces of the building. What makes it especially attractive in application is the very wide selection of types and materials of finishing in different colors, patterns and surface structures.

Panel system of ventilated facades


This group includes systems of aluminum substructure with a coating consisting of flat-cut plates, which are connected to the substructure by visible or hidden mechanical connections and connections of chemical agents, ie gluing. Solutions of this type cover a wide range of facade materials.

Cassette system of ventilated facades


This group includes five systems of aluminum substructures where the lining consists of cassettes formed by cutting, grooving, bending, have their own depth and their mechanical connection with the substructure is usually completely hidden. The materials used as a coating in this group are more plastic and allow additional processing.