Panels for external facades

External façade panels are a flexible and efficient way to change the perception of your business. These cutting-edge panels offer useful features like durability and insulation while transforming your facade into breathtaking architectural art.

In addition to their beautiful surface, these external panels are highly sought-after because of their exceptional thermal and acoustic insulation, great impact resistance, and impermeability.

They may consist of a metal panel with two sheets, one on top of the other, covered by an insulator made of rock wool or polyurethane, among other materials. Nevertheless, alternative non-insulating materials like polycarbonate or corrugated sheet metal are also used to make panels.

Sandwich Panel

Lightweight panel with an insulating polyurethane foam core and two pre-lacquered steel plates that are perfect for roof enclosures and facades.

Fiberglass panels

RV exterior wall panels are a common material option in construction because of their strength, resilience to weather and damage, and capacity to be molded into unique designs. They lessen structural loading and are simple to install because of their small weight. Because of their corrosion resistance, they also require minimal care, which makes them a beautiful and long-lasting option for external cladding in a range of architectural applications.

Panel of rock wool

Panel of rock wool is up of two pre-lacquered steel plates joined by an insulating mineral wool core. Its primary benefit is its great fire resistance, which enables the construction of more energy-efficient spaces.


One material that effectively captures the natural light, reduces energy costs and offers superior thermal and acoustic insulation is polycarbonate.