Facade installation

We have an extensive experience in the construction of ventilated facades realized in various materials: aluminium composite panels, fibro-cement plates, natural stone, and other types of cladding. We carry out installation with all known types of hidden and visible fastening. In the section OUR PROJECTS you can see details of accomplished projects of different complexity.

Last projects

Shopping center RIMI. Peterburi tee 98, Tallinn

Applied materials: Aluminium composite panels BILDEX™ and cementitious panels CEMBRIT™

Construction year: 2018

Private house. Sarra 18, Tallinn

Applied materials: Aluminium composite panels BILDEX™

Construction year: 2020

Residential building. Kaupmehe 19, Tallinn

Applied materials: Aluminium composite panels BILDEX™ and cementitious panels Swisspearl™

Construction year: 2021

Housing complex. Türi 4, Tallinn

Applied materials: Aluminium composite panels BILDEX™

Construction year: 2021

We create and build

Our company has quite a lot of experience in the construction of ventilated facades, which includes fiber cement panel, aluminum composite panel, natural stone installation and many other types of facade materials.

Aluminum composite panels are the most popular.  We have extensive experience in installing facade panels with both visible (rivet, self-tapping screws) and hidden (glue, tape) fastening.  In our selection you will find all the necessary materials, from profiles to screws.  Facade work is carried out in the best way.

Building facade construction

First, you have to consider the features necessary for finishing the facade.  The price of facade work depends a lot on the material.  neat and attractive The facade covering must look neat and attractive and protect the walls of the house from aggressive influences.It can be concluded that a material with certain characteristics must be chosen:

resistant to moisture and cold;

 resistant to cracks;

 strong enough to withstand accidental damage;

 able to last a long time and justify the cost.

 Nowadays, it is difficult to argue against the environmental friendliness requirements of building materials, which also apply to covering materials.  The surface coverings must fully comply with the norms and regulations prescribed in the construction sector and, of course, ecological and hygienic requirements.  This includes safety requirements for people and the environment, in particular the absence of harmful fumes, including when heating and humidifying the material.  If the right and high-quality materials are chosen, then the execution of facade works is also easier.

 Insulation of the building facade

All house owners know very well that it is very important to pay attention to the insulation of the building facade, because the insulation of the building helps significantly save on energy bills.  High-quality installed insulation significantly reduces heat loss in the cold period and the amount of incoming heat in the warm period.  We offer three main materials for insulating the ventilated facade of buildings.

 Phenolic foam:

 It is extremely thin and premium insulation for new construction and renovation projects.  With a lambda value of up to 0.021 W/(m·K), the material is the insulation material with the best insulation efficiency on the market.  As a result, buildings with phenolic foam insulation (such as Kooltherm K15) make a valuable contribution not only to climate protection, but also to reducing energy costs.  In addition, first-class insulation turns buildings into future-proof assets, which are in greater demand among customers.


 PIR insulation boards are light, so their installation is easy and simple.  Thanks to its bubble structure, PIR foam does not absorb water, which means that it can be used in all weather conditions.  PIR insulation retains its shape and does not collapse over time, which means that its insulating ability is also preserved

Mineral wool:

 Before mineral wool, glass wool was popular.  It was a budget-friendly material that did a pretty good job of insulating the facade of the house.  Its main drawback was the adverse effect on human health.  The fact that glass wool contains many glass particles that can enter the respiratory system both during the installation of the material and during its use.  Therefore, manufacturers have developed a more environmentally friendly and safer option - mineral wool.