Facade cladding and sunscreen: the guide to external solar shading

From the very beginning, man has always sought a solution to protect himself from the rays of sunshine. Today, in residential buildings there is an increasing tendency to favour the use of elements suitable for filtering UV rays, while ensuring the right amount of light and heat, without these becoming unbearable. There are several methods that are used to achieve this goal. Among the various proposals offered by the market, there is one that is becoming very popular, because it combines elegance and functionality. It is the sunscreen, a metal or wooden panel that is applied to the facades to protect homes from sunlight, preventing the passage of excessive heat.

Green building

Green building materials: wood, steel and aluminum

It is now a fact: the fragile balance that sustains our planet is increasingly compromised by the massive and indiscriminate exploitation of natural resources by humanity. A large part of the current residential buildings, in fact, consume large amounts of energy and are built with polluting materials, which inevitably degrade both the external and internal environment with significant repercussions on human health. The combination of these negative factors has led to the emergence of a new awareness in terms of social responsibility and sustainability.

Solar panels

Solar thermal and photovoltaic panels: everything you need to know

Over the last few years, solar panels have become increasingly essential elements both for private homes and for companies aware of the importance of the production of clean, efficient and sustainable energy.

Because of the significant changes imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, a growing number of companies and people have decided to adopt a more environmentally responsible approach.