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Porcelanosa offers fully warranted facade systems

The ceramics specialist's Open Joint Porcelain Cladding System includes the cladding, support framing and attachment - plus a ten-year limited warranty

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Porcelanosa Krion ventilated facade at Waterways House, Dublin: Compact mineral surface Krion is sustainable and hygienic - ideal for hospitals, clinics and airports.
Porcelanosa Krion ventilated facade at Waterways House, Dublin: Compact mineral surface Krion is sustainable and hygienic - ideal for hospitals, clinics and airports.

Porcelanosa Group facades include a full facade system, with everything from the cladding to the support framing.

The facade is one of the most characteristic elements in any building because it is virtually the only part that can be seen from the outside. Design, construction and maintenance are paramount.

While many manufacturers offer only the cladding, Porcelanosa's Open Joint Porcelain Cladding System includes the cladding, support framing and attachment. It also comes with a ten-year limited warranty.

Porcelanosa has four types of facade system to choose from - all featuring non-combustible products and offering flexibility in design: Lightweight or ventilated ceramic facades; Bonded facades for all building types; Krion ventilated facades; and Elegant natural stone facades.

  • Lightweight ventilated facade at Berkshire House apartment block, Maidenhead: Offering a 20 to 30 per cent saving on a home's energy consumption.
    Lightweight ventilated facade at Berkshire House apartment block, Maidenhead: Offering a 20 to 30 per cent saving on a home's energy consumption.
  • Rainscreen cladding using Ston-ker ceramic tiles and L’Antic Colonial natural stone at Larchwood House, Southampton: Pieces can be fixed in a uniform and even way, increasing resistance and strength.
    Rainscreen cladding using Ston-ker ceramic tiles and L’Antic Colonial natural stone at Larchwood House, Southampton: Pieces can be fixed in a uniform and even way, increasing resistance and strength.
  • Bonded facade at Squires Restaurant & Bar, Braunton, Devon: Porcelanosa bonded facades help to strengthen the main structures of a building.
    Bonded facade at Squires Restaurant & Bar, Braunton, Devon: Porcelanosa bonded facades help to strengthen the main structures of a building.
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Porcelanosa Group is at the forefront of ceramics production, research, development and technical innovation. Its facade systems have been tested and certified by the British Board of Agrément and the Centre for Window and Cladding Technology. Facade systems are available nationwide through Porcelanosa's UK-wide distribution network.

For more information and technical support, visit porcelanosa.com/uk

 

Contact:

020 7253 1227

clerkenwell@porcelanosa.co.uk


 

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