Sustainable, Fire Resistant Facade Solutions

Over the past 18 months, the team at Ceramic Solutions – along with our clients – have been dismayed at the loss of life and scale of damage as a result of poorly chosen building façade materials.

With the collapse of many commercial and residential structures worldwide being directly attributed to combustible facades, It is important that building owners, managers and occupiers recognise that a fire-retardant and sustainable façade solution is possible in the form of ceramic cladding systems.

If you’re after a completely non-combustible cladding solution for a new project or the renovation of an old building, ceramic facades represent an infallible and life cycle cost effective option.

Rear ventilated ceramic systems, like that of Agrob Buchtal, not only provide you with energy savings (allowing your building to heat and cool naturally), they create a ‘chimney effect’ within the external cladding which transports heat and humidity away from the building structure.

A safe and sustainable option, rear ventilated ceramic facades allow you to create a fashionable first impression being available in a plethora of colours, finishes and formats. In addition, the titanium dioxide surface of Agrob Buchtal’s ceramic panels are self-cleaning with anti-bacterial properties that also break down airborne pollutants!

Whether you’re designing the façade of a commercial property or a residential complex, the team at Ceramic Solutions can determine the most cost-effective solution for your project that’s safe and sustainable.

With a commitment to providing builders, architects, engineers, interior designers and visionaries with elegant and efficient solutions, our team has both the technical prowess and passion to deliver internal and external finishes that are second to none.

Don’t wait until it’s too late – the time to review your façade’s sustainability and safety is now! Get in touch to learn how Ceramic Solutions can help protect your building and its occupants now.

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