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Portrait of the roofer Patrick Gaide, in a dark polo shirt, standing in front of his prestigious “scaly” building covered with the PREFA aluminium rhomboid façade tile
This was the first time we had used PREFA products, so we were curious and up for a challenge! You can see immediately that it was the right material. It was the perfect interplay between the right shingle shape and the right colour. Then there is also the guarantee of colour durability and the high quality of the material. We could do this interview again in 20 years’ time, and I’m sure that the building would still look the same.
Portrait of the roofer Jan Schellhorn, in front of the gold-coloured aluminium façade with PREFA rhomboid façade tile in maya gold
After receiving intensive and detailed training from a PREFA expert installer, the installation was a breeze. The technician showed us all sorts of tips and tricks. Once we got the hang of it, it was a piece of cake.
Portrait of the roofer Michael Karlsson, next to the brown aluminium façade by PREFA
The advantage of using PREFA aluminium is that it is not only lightweight, but also easy to work with and shape. So we were able to succeed in realizing the pattern design and I am very happy with our work and with the preschool’s appearance.
Portrait of Adriano Busetti, a roofer from Tassullo (Italy), in a bright blue T-shirt, standing in front of the beauty salon in Livo with its stone grey aluminium façade
PREFA was the only system that allowed us to realize these extremely intricate details. I wanted to avoid detaching the tiles on the edges. So we wrapped the roof tiles around the edge joints to create the impression that the façade and roof form one single, cohesive unit.
Portrait of Reznicsek Zoltan, in a blue polo shirt, against a backdrop of Budapest roofs.
We enjoy working with PREFA. The material is easy to form and harmonizes with the architectural visions and concepts in the roof and façade sector. Even when we’re working on projects for renovating listed buildings we prefer working with PREFA. It’s really perfect for the job.