Smart house renovation
Renovate with vision
Are you planning a total renovation for your home, a renovation or a residential extension? Then you may already be thinking about insulation, especially with the current energy prices. And quite right as well, but if you only focus on insulation, your home could end up being a “closed box”, and nothing could be further from pleasant and healthy living. Future-oriented renovation therefore requires a broad view and sufficient attention to smart techniques. We'll help you along the way.
What should you keep in mind when renovating your house?
Polluted indoor air and solar heat quickly become trapped in a well-insulated home, and should be avoided, right? By thinking of ventilation and solar shading at the beginning of your renovation, you are guaranteed to build a figuratively warm home in which you can completely relax at the right indoor temperature, and where you can easily enjoy excellent air quality constantly.
Electrical extractor fans take care of the extraction of polluted air and can also supply fresh air.More info
A supply of fresh air from outside can also be supplied naturally through window vent louvres elegantly installed on top of the windows.More info
Extractor fans set the airflow in motion and can be used for both supply and extraction.More info
On the wall, the ceiling or façade: ventilation grilles create passages for the airflow.More info
Would you like to know more about the quality of your indoor air? Monitor the CO2 level and get accurate information about where and when intervention is necessary.More info
Solar shading for a pleasant indoor climate
With a lot of insulation, you need to keep the heat inside so you use less energy. This is great in the winter, but not so much fun on hot summer days when heat that comes in through large windows is no longer able to escape outside. Outdoor solar shading helps you anticipate the risk of overheating in your renovated home. This is logical because you can block the sun where it really matters: before it reaches the glass.
Outdoor blinds block the heat from the sun and prevents it even reaching the glass. This keeps the indoor temperature pleasantly cool during the summer. At the same time, the free solar heat can still be enjoyed in winter by leaving the sun protection fabric open.More info
Brise soleil shading
A permanent part of the façade with architectural added value and a positive impact on indoor temperatures. Find out more about the possibilities offered by structural brise soleil shading.More info
Vertical cladding systems
Impress with color, integrate accessories, or create a unique rhythm by mixing profiles. Linarte® lets you easily give your façade a personal touch.More info
Horizontal cladding system
The horizontal lines offered by Linius® give your building a modern, sleek look with the strength of aluminum.More info
Choosing to keep or replace your windows?
If you are renovating, you may be choosing new windows. Energy-efficient glazing, new joinery and consequently better thermal performance. An additional advantage: new windows also allow the integration of smart techniques for ventilation and solar shading. From Invisivent® window ventilation to Fixscreen®s and night cooling louvres.
A comfortable place to rest, meet or eat, surrounded by nature: with a freestanding pergola you can create your favorite spot in the garden.More info
Canopy cover attached to the house
Bring the inside out and the outside in. An canopy cover attached to the house provides a light-filled residential extension for the whole family.More info
A garden in complete harmony? Our garden elements fit offer an optimal fit for your aluminum joinery, aluminum wall cladding and/or canopy cover.More info