Hinged ventilated facades (HVF)

An excellent architectural solution to create a unique style is the decorative finish of a building.

This design solution will allow not only to create a truly aesthetic appearance of the object, but also to protect it from various weather conditions.

The HVF technology itself is very technological and is ideal for insulating houses in our climatic conditions.
Among the advantages of hinged facades are ease of installation, a variety of materials used, a very low load on the walls of the building, the ability to work in any weather conditions, as well as ease of maintenance.
Moreover, in addition to decorative value, hinged ventilated facades can greatly improve the indoor environment, making the sound insulation better and the room itself warmer.

The outer, decorative layer of the HVF itself can be made of any type of covering and combined on the same level of the facade in any variations, which reveals the architect's capabilities in the implementation of architecture of any complexity and to make almost any customer's fantasy come true.

It can be clinker, aluminum composite panel (ACP), porcelain stoneware, granite, marble, wood, HPL, laminate, onyx, slate, any type of metal plates, glass, fiber gypsum and much more.

The insulation layer is located behind the outer decorative layer, while it is protected from any kind of influences (ultraviolet, moisture, deformation, coloration, etc.).
At the same time, it is ventilated, since the outer decorative layer is not applied directly to the insulation, but is mounted on its own subsystem and due to this, it can also be of lower density, which means it is better in terms of thermal characteristics and cheaper.
The company "Building Energy Alliance" has experience in installing HVF at such technologically complex facilities as the Chicago Central House residential complex, Kiev or the RYBALSKY RC, where 11 types of SVF are implemented within one object.