Architects have more and more bold ideas for houses and want to try different styles. For this reason, horizontal fixing, which was quite traditional for a while, has now been replaced by vertical fixing. Which one do you think is more beautiful?
Horizontal fixing is sometimes called "fir tree," because the boards overlap a little and from the side look like a fir tree. It is the traditional way of installing facade in the Baltic countries. This style is suitable both for renovation and new construction.
Vertical fixing is quite a new way of installing facade boards. its main principal is that boards are put up one by one by leaving a small gap between boards. There is a full range of special profiles which help to have a full facade solution.
In conclusion, fixing style choice depends on the desired aesthetics. Both ways look beautiful if the work is done well.
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