Façade + cavity

Are you one of those property owners whose building suffers from mould and fungus after thermal insulation has been added to the external walls?

If so, then the solution to your problem is:

a ZF Zierer façade "fitted in front of a ventilation cavity".

Find out below about how "ventilated façade insulation" works and on our website!

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Basic principle of façade cladding with ventilation cavity

A flow of air between the layer protecting against the weather and the thermal insulation dissipates incoming moisture (water vapour and water).
To achieve this, the flow of air must be able to reach all points so that no moisture traps can form.

ZF Zierer façades – ventilated façades made from polyester fibreglass

  • The design principle behind the ZF Zierer façade is the cladding fitted in front of a ventilation cavity.
  • The cladding protects against the weather and is attached in front of the external wall to be protected.
  • The masonry itself therefore remains dry and unaffected by wind and weather.

The benefits of a ventilated façade by ZF Zierer

  • It covers cracks in the masonry.
  • It is the perfect answer to uneven walls.
  • It offers optimum thermal performance and moisture control.
  • It ensures that additional insulation functions properly.
  • It can lead to considerable savings on heating costs.
  • Moisture generated during construction and later when the building is in use is easily dissipated by the incoming/outgoing airflows.
  • ZF Zierer façades can be erected at any time of the year because they are made from polyester fibreglass, which remains unbreakable and impact-resistant even at sub-zero temperatures.

Finally, a ventilated façade from ZF Zierer ensures permanent, highly reliable thermal insulation and moisture control.