Excellent prospects for all who love large glass surfaces.
More than simply fixed glazing, yet not some complex façade solution: FIN-Vista is the smart answer to the desire for large glass surfaces in new builds and conversions. These do not usually extend over more than one floor and their self-supporting length or width does not normally exceed five metres. The advantages of our modular building system are thus always clear.
All window walls are aluminium-clad on the exterior to protect against wind and weather. You can choose from our entire range of 230 colours and thus ensure the frame design perfectly matches your house. The interior can be of aluminium, PVC, wood or ForRes.
Narrow and stable.
With a visible width of only 5 cm, FIN-Vista’s mullion-and-transom system is highly elegant. The steel-reinforced PVC profiles are extremely robust and, in contrast to standard aluminium mullion-and-transom systems, usually have a low depth. A grid system to ensure that no window frames are duplicated means that the overall impression of the window wall is extremely narrow.
A wealth of ideas, a wealth of glass: with FIN-Vista there are now no limits on the glass surface. Glass that seems to flow into the walls, run over the frame and corners, or reach all the way down to the floor. The effect is always elegant. And everything is very easy to maintain.
All types of opening.
Your life. Your window wall. Your type of opening. Whether for the FIN-Slide lift-and-slide door, an inserted window sash or an entry door… with Finstral you can choose from the widest range in Europe. And every opening variant can be combined with the FIN-Vista window wall in every colour and material.
Instead of the usual mullion-for-mullion and transom-for-transom assembly, for FIN-Vista we deliver frame segments that have already been assembled in the factory. This makes installation much quicker and smoother.
How can we further assist you?
Windows, entry doors and conservatories are investments for decades. We will be pleased to advise you personally - virtually too, of course.