Attaching a ventilated facade with screws is a robust method that ensures stability and durability. The screws are directly threaded into the facade materials, creating a strong connection. This method allows for easy installation and facilitates any necessary adjustments later on. The use of screws is suitable for various facade designs and contributes to an efficient and reliable fastening.
Pros and Cons of Fastening with Screws
Screwing a ventilated facade has both advantages and disadvantages. The benefits include a robust and direct attachment, ensuring stability and durability. Screws provide flexibility during installation and easy adjustments. However, visible screw heads may be aesthetically less desirable, and perforations in the facade can cause thermal bridges, affecting insulation. It is crucial to carefully consider the aesthetic, structural, and insulation needs of the project when choosing screws as the fastening method for a ventilated facade.
De meest verkochte bevestigers voor de geventileerde gevel
IPEX specializes in coloring screws, seamlessly blending the visible screw heads with the panels to be attached. By paying attention to color harmony, aesthetically pleasing results are achieved. This color coordination contributes to a clean and uniform appearance of the ventilated facade. IPEX's craftsmanship in coloring screws goes beyond functionality; it creates a visually cohesive overall look where the fasteners seamlessly integrate with the facade panels, optimizing the aesthetic aspect of the project.