Ventilated Facades

Ventilated Facade – System Description

 

What is a ventilated facade? A ventilated façade is a façade where there is an air gap behind the cladding material, which speeds up the drying process of the structure and improves its hygrothermal performance by ensuring constant ventilation.

 

Picture of a house, built with ventilated facade.

House in Türi, Estonia – Built with FixFas ventilated facade system

 

A ventilated façade system is made up of several parts, which must all function together in order to ensure the long-term durability of the system.

 


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A Quality Ventilated Façade Generally Consists of:

  • A load-bearing structure, i.e. substructure
  • Insulation + wind barrier
  • Lath
  • Ventilation gap
  • Façade cladding material
  • System fixings
Aluminium composite panels for facade. Picture of a ventilated facade

Why Choose a Ventilated Facade?

  • Functional
  • Exciting
  • Suitable for new buildings as well as renovations
  • Reduces temperature fluctuations
  • Ventilated, therefore dries easily

 

 

Our Facade Solutions Are:

  • Designed with functionality in mind
  • Architecturally eye-catching
  • Technically functional
  • Durable
  • Simple to install
  • Easy to maintain and low-cost
  • Fireproof
Fixfas ventilated facades

The Panels/Cladding Can Be Installed Using:

 

  • Exposed fixing, whereby fixings are visible
  • Hidden fixing, whereby fixings are hidden
  • Or adhesive

 

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Façade claddings can be realised in many different ways.

 

Our product selection includes:

 

When choosing cladding material for a façade, in addition to architectural vision, it is also important to consider various other factors and technical characteristics, such as fire safety, durability, and the compatibility of the materials.

The façade protects the building from the elements. However, it must also be durable and practical, which is where our expertise and experience can help.

You collect ideas and inspiration by checking out our references here.

 


 

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