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It is essential to block the sun before it reaches the glass. The best external solar screens can be used dynamically. In other words, you can lower them when you want, but you can also enjoy the sun’s heat in the winter. Roll-down shutters and window shades are perfect examples. They both score almost equally when it comes to blocking the sun. But how do you know which solution best matches your requirements? Read more about this here
LIXIL and Renson are joining forces for the residential as well as for commercial outdoor living market. Together, they can convince people of the advances of their high quality outdoor living solutions enabling them to spend more time outside. As a result of this business alliance, LIXIL will launch the Renson’s Camargue Skye as the ‘GARDEN ANNEX’ under its EXSIOR brand in Japan in the fall of 2019.

SOS Sleeplessness?

Friday 15 March 2019
The #WorldSleepDay shows how important our sleep is for our daily functioning. A good night’s sleep is extremely important to feel comfortable in your own skin. If you haven’t slept (well), you’ll feel tired, you’ll have headaches and you won’t be able to concentrate. Most people are not confronted with such problems, but if sleeplessness starts to appear on a regular base, the situation will become problematic.

Renson at ISH

Thursday 14 February 2019
The topics ‘health’ and ‘climate’ are becoming increasingly important in our society. Breathing clean and healthy air has become a matter of course and is considered as to be something that should be easily accessible for everyone. Visit the Renson booth at ISH Frankfurt and discover our total ventilation solutions. Those solutions are applicable to multiple environments, like apartments, schools, hospitals, etc. Our ventilation systems are almost noiseless and low energy consuming.
Renson has chosen delaware as its long-term partner to realize its heralded SunRise Project, based on SAP’s S/4HANA. SunRise is set to be the trigger for granting Renson access to more precise data, allowing them to make faster, more informed business decisions based on high quality insights and further enabling future international growth and potential for innovation, while augmenting the service levels and improving the customer journey.
Today's challenge is to design homes based around the inhabitants' comfort. Renson is committed to providing an intelligent total solution comprising external sun protection and intensive ventilation to counteract the risk of overheating, taking into account the need for minimal impact on the architecture and design of the building. This and many other Renson novelties were shown at the latest edition of BAU München.

Renson reference book 2018

Monday 21 January 2019
Every year we realize hundreds of ventilation, sun protection, facade cladding, and outdoor projects. From a Camargue pergola in your garden to a megaproject, such as the Abu Dhabi international airport.We would like to give you an insight into the projects we’ve realized in 2018. That’s why we launch a reference book with the most impressive and eye-catching projects.
This house is a demonstration of a healthy, sustainable way of living. Including a demand controlled ventilation system with the Renson Healthbox 3.0. Previous tests with Healthbox over there proved that a lot of energy could be saved while creating a better indoor air climate at the same time.

Case study: Sleek yet authentic

Tuesday 18 December 2018
This home in Belgium was not only due some renovations; it was also in need of an extension. The next generation of residents decided to completely renovate their parental home and add an additional space to it. They couldn’t bear to wipe the original, traditional farm-style house slate completely clean, so they found the perfect compromise between sleekness and authenticity.
Renson is opening the Renson Concept Home just a stone’s throw away from its headquarters on the E17. Concealed behind the facade of this modern family home is a genuine test centre where the Waregem manufacturer can conduct and monitor experiments.