Individuality is the expression of your personality. Especially when it comes to designing one's own home, it is essential to have choices. That is why our flexible and customisable solutions offer nearly unlimited design possibilities that allow you to create spaces that match your personal style. With a wide variety of design and colour options, our flexible aluminium solutions are "Simply. Better." for you and your home – no matter how you live.
Colour is one of the most important elements of design, both in interior design and architectural design of the building shell. The versatile coating technologies and colour spectrums offered by heroal provide for the best variety of designs in highly weather resistant quality. In addition to this great variety, heroal offers a bending and edging service for round arches and curved elements for windows and doors, as well as an extensive range of fabrics for heroal zip and textile screens.
Use our heroal colour configurator, and test the variety of colours for windows, doors, sliding doors, curtain walls or canopies and patio roofs. You can zoom in and out, or turn the aluminium surface, and explore true to detail light effects and 3D structures. Via the drop-down menu, you can choose from different colour categories and surface structures.
For harmonious combinations of different systems for the building shell, like window and roller shutters, a sophisticated concept and innovative coating technologies are indispensable. For this purpose, heroal surface coating has been developed. The versatile coating technologies and colour spectrums offer a great freedom of design and surfaces of a highly weather resistant quality. The building shell appears to be cast from the same mould – even if different coating processes were applied: The highly weather resistant heroal hwr powder coatings for extruded profiles have been optimally adapted to the coatings using heroal 2-layer thick coat for roll-formed systems. The design options are further extended by heroal Surface Design (SD) and Eloxal colours (electrolytic oxidation of aluminium).