“High-quality building facade determines the service length of the house. The installation of a high-quality ventilated facade will ensure the long life of the building.”
Ventilated facades are a modern solution for both new architectural objects and renovated old buildings. The variety of finishing materials provides wide opportunities for the implementation of the most daring ideas of architects and designers, as well as for achieving greater comfort.
Large size panels
Large size panels allow the designer to use all their creative potential in creating unusual shapes and non-standard solutions. The large size allows one to avoid frequent seam lines, therefore the focus is put on the perception of a single facade composition.
We offer a wide selection of large size panels in various styles, colours and materials:
- Fibre cement composites (Eternit Baltic, KMEW);
- High pressure laminate HPL boards (Kronospan);
- Suspended stone wool boards (Rockpanel);
- Agglomerate panels (Santa Margherita);
- Bakelite panels with plywood surface (Prodema);
- Stoneware tiles (EmilGroup, Imola Ceramica, La Fabbrica (AVA Extraordinary Size), Technolam);
- Glass panels.
Facade tiles are one of the oldest materials used for finishing various types of building facades.
There are several types of tiles for facade decoration:
- Ceramic finishing tiles with different textures allow one to effectively highlight the shapes of the building (Deustche Steinzeug Keramik, Ceramica Mayor, Favemanc).
- Stoneware tiles give the building a traditional, classic style look with modern design elements and are sometimes an even more popular finish than natural stone (EmilGroup, Imola Ceramica, Ceramika Paradyz, Estima Ceramica, Lasselsberger group (RAKO)).
All types of tiles in the building finishing serve a long time and provide an excellent appearance of the building, even for several decades.
The durability of this finishing material has stood the test of time. Finishing with natural stone will give the building an authentic and elegant appearance, while the ventilated facade system will significantly reduce its weight, as well as will not affect the external aesthetics of the already created facade. We offer finishing for both public and private houses with natural stone: granite, marble, as well as other types of stone.
Manufacturers we represent: Stonity.
We recommend technologically correct facade installation
Technologically correct installation of the facade is especially important in the long run, so that the building is not affected by mould, is able to carry additional weight, and so that all insulation works are carried out correctly. This is why we recommend entrusting the installation of ventilated facades to professionals, as only such installing will ensure that the facade lasts for at least 30 years.
We will help you choose the most suitable facade finishing materials and the corresponding load-bearing substructures.
Do you require the assistance of a designer or a technical solution for the project? Ask our specialists. Start with an individual consultation, during which our specialists will find out your wishes and needs in order to offer the most suitable solution for you.
Reaton Store of Finishing Materials: Ciekurkalna 2.linija 74, Riga, LV-1006Show route +371 25777771 email@example.com
Reaton finishing material shop working hours:
Finishing materials can be purchased REMOTELY by contacting a customer consultant, on weekdays from 09:00 to 18:00, on Saturdays from 10:00 to 16:00.
We provide remote consultations and place orders by phone: + 371 25777771 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, on working days from 09:00-17: 00.
mc2 Centre of Interior and Specialties: 68a Krasta Street, Riga, LV-1019Show route +371 29723232 (Galleria); +371 20405577 (Decorum) email@example.com
mc2 interior and finishing materials departments working hours:
Items for home, interior and finishing materials can be purchased REMOTELY by contacting a customer consultant during business hours from 10:30 to 19:00. The product can be received at mc2 WAREHOUSE, 68a Krasta Street, Riga.