diversity of our materials
When selecting our materials, we pay attention to European production and short delivery routes in order to harm our environment as little as possible. Each material listed has a high variety of colours and designs.
Please contact us if you are interested in a specific surface pattern.
Since Art Deco, stainless steel has enjoyed steadily growing popularity for roof and facade design. A particularly characteristic feature is above all its high resistance to weathering. In addition, it can be processed particularly well for complex design and construction details. In addition, this advanced material can be combined with other materials without any difficulties.
Steel is one of the most versatile construction materials and can be recycled almost without limit.
In our company, sheet steel is mainly used for contemporary exterior skin design. In addition to its functional properties, steel is exceptionally environmentally friendly in the building industry. Due to its almost infinite recyclability, steel is a fundamental component of a functioning and low-emission recycling economy.
Aluminium is a modern material and its wide range of colours means that there are no limits to the individual design possibilities. Due to its extraordinary resistance to corrosion, it is particularly distinguished by its long service life and its harmonious integration with other materials.
From a historical point of view, no other material can be better associated with the sheet metal trade than copper. As early as the 17th century, it was used in the forged panel format for tower and roof covering. Some of these sheets still exist today.
Titanium is probably the most durable material for roof and facade construction and offers excellent design possibilities due to its gently reflecting complexion. This exclusive material combines durability and easy processing with modern design. Titanium is used by us in various thicknesses as strip and sheet material.
Brass is one of the best known copper alloys. The alloy of copper and zinc captivates by its noble gold colour and the brownish patina colour.
Zinc has been used as corrosion protection for metal components since the 1930s and has been used as a material for roofing for many years. Especially in France, the metal is used in many different ways and in highly complex forms. Since zinc is very soft and flexible and has excellent soldering properties, even the most complex shapes can be produced.
In spite of its aesthetic properties, Corten steel has technical advantages that speak for its use in construction and facades. Known for its visually appealing rusty surface, a protective layer forms here during free weathering, which protects the steel from further rusting. Rust is therefore not undesirable in this case, but an important prerequisite for the weather resistance of the material.