Ventilated facade

The ventilated facade is a multilayer structure which is installed on top of the building. A distinctive feature of this structure is an air gap that allows the walls to “breathe”.


The gap between the facade of the building and the insulation should be from 20 mm to 50 mm.

The basis of the ventilated facade is a frame mounted on the walls with brackets. The cells of the frame are filled with mineral-based heat-insulating plates. Due to this, vapor permeability and low combustibility are ensured. The facade is protected by means of a windproof membrane that does not let moisture in, but allows the wall to “breathe”. The frame is finished using plastic, porcelain stoneware, asbestos cement boards, metal panels, glass, PVC panels or other modern materials.


There must be a gap between the membrane and the finish so that condensation does not accumulate.

The compliance with the technological requirements when installing a ventilated facade system reduces the costs associated with paying heating bills. This is due to an increase in the coefficient of thermal insulation of the walls. The effectiveness of the ventilated facade installation will become evident after the improvement of the microclimate in the rooms both during the cold season and in the summer time. In winter, it will be warmer in the house, and in the summer heat, it will be cool. A ventilated facade reduces the noise coming from the street.

Advantages of the ventilated facade finishing:

  • all defects are effectively hidden, up to wall curvature;
  • reliable thermal insulation, waterproofing;
  • wind protection;
  • due to the movement of air masses, the structure is supplied with air;
  • long service life;
  • the use of mineral insulation makes the facade fire-safe;
  • ventilated facade installation does not require subsequent maintenance, it is easy to wash;
  • high resistance to weather and temperature changes;
  • stylish design.

Our specialists competently install ventilated facades, with the right choice of the type and number of insulation layers, the air gap.

The disadvantages of ventilated facade finishing include a considerable weight of the structure and high costs.

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