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Press releases

Canadian shingles in the Ore Mountains

Roofing using aluminum shingles on a residential house combines appealing and traditional looks with dependable and modern technology…

Lots of metal-workers, four partners and a coach

Four manufacturers and industry partners who develop products for building envelopes organized an informative season opening in the Geißbockheim of 1. FC Cologne for their roofing companies. The coach Peter Stöger presented the back-four formation…

Style in detail

haushaut presents its new roof drainage system in the Pearls look. Pohl wanted to offer individual guttering for each building so created a unique solution under the brand name "hauskrawatte"…

Shingle covers shingle

Werner Köhlitz has used Canadian shingle to clad an imported Canadian residential house now located in Sonsbeck. Canadian shingle perfectly matches an architectural style that uses lots of wood and bricks. Making ecological and economical sense…

An old mill in a new dress

Permanent damage to the thermal insulation composite system caused by moisture and frost and the associated repair costs required a sustainable refurbishment concept for the mill’s tower. The solution was a ventilated aluminum panel…

haushaut now in Austria

Ranging from the One World Trade Center in New York and the Eiffel Tower to an exclusive mountain hut in the Swiss Alps, POHL has architectural highlights worldwide and is one of the market leaders of metal facades. It is now also represented in Austria…

Be smart for Christmas – what do a weatherman and bow ties have in common?

RTL-expert Christian Häckl talks about metal-workers, the folding of bow ties and the weather from the roof…

Roof on roof

To give a historic building a new look without losing its original charm was the task for builders in the renovation of a timber-framed house. The result: modern roofing with square shingles made of aluminum…

Project reports

A matching HAUSHAUT: Canadian shingles for a Canadian import

In Sonsbeck, the first roof in North Rhine-Westphalia has been clad in aluminum. Matching the house’s Canadian style, the roof was clad with Canadian shingles…

An old mill in a new aluminum dress

After many past hardships and catastrophes suffered by the Budberger church building, it is now to receive a covering for the eternity. After searching for a modern cladding that adapts to the particular building structure, an aluminum skin was chosen. The church building retains its ancient charm while having its cultural heritage preserved…

Cologne gets a Canadian look

A maximum insulation and a straight line look were required without encumbering the roof statics. The Company Husmann & Schiller has to find a suitable solution for restoration of a house in the municipal woods of Cologne…