A ventilated facade provides practical benefits such as improving the internal climate and suppressing temperature differences between winter and summer. This is due to the intermediate layer created by the facade. The intermediate layer is not directly exposed to sunshine, rain or wind. It also blocks direct contact with thermal insulation which makes it easier for the ventilated facade to release moisture.

A building’s indoor climate is easier to manage with cladding that shades its thermal insulation while maintaining a continuous air flow between insulation and cladding. In the summer the shading of the facade makes it easier to keep the building cool.

Such systems are also well suited to buildings that need not only protection against direct sunlight, wind and rain, but also acoustic dampening and fire protection.

Facade cladding can give every building a unique appearance. We therefore enable you to choose cladding that meets the needs of your ventilated facade.