Good ideas, implemented easily

According to an EU study by Prof. Bauer, by using timber instead of aluminium profiles, the primary energy requirement is almost halved from 407 kWh/m² to 209 kWh/m² with UNIGLAS | FACADE. At the same time, the TGC elements offer heat insulation of Ucw up to 0.7 W/m²K. Therefore, UNIGLAS | FACADE complies with the most modern demands on sustainable, ecological construction, whether in a conservatory, for extensions and additions, or double terraced houses with up to two storeys and 7m eave height. In addition, the number of elements in a horizontal direction is unlimited. Therefore, the TGC is suitable for almost all construction projects.

Even in practice, the timber-glass idea is impressive due to its uncomplicated implementation: The post and beam construction guarantees simple installation. If a repair is necessary, then the individual elements can be replaced without any problems. Further factors, that help to build successfully, even in the aspect of cost certainty. With the TGC facade, UNIGLAS presents a practical solution, which caresses your senses. A simple and effective combination.

Fields of Application

Shadow box, urban living concept

In harmony with anture

When it comes to renovations, new buildings and extensions, thoughts of the environment come first ever more often. Ecological and sustainable construction not only promises long term savings on running costs, but also the desire to live with a clear conscience and in harmony with the environment, is driving more and more people. The combination of timber and glass enables a luxurious and natural environment, which brings significant advantages for nature and people simultaneously.


For the environment

  • Heat insulation of Ucw up to 0.7 W/m²K.
  • CO2 values reduced by up to 43% (compared to aluminium profiles)
  • Reduction of primary energy requirement from 407 kWh/m² to 209 kWh/m² (compared to aluminium profiles)
  • Environmentally friendly repairs due to replacement of individual elements
  • Use of wood as a renewable raw material