The transformation of existing buildings presents opportunities for extensions, changes of use and design. In addition, a restored building impresses with low maintenance and operating costs and attains a striking added value on the market when selling or letting. Also, materials that are hazardous to health (e.g. asbestos) can be replaced and professionally disposed of through restoration measures.
And did you know that restoration can result in you getting money from the state?

With our assortment we offer the widest range of products for the restoration of both roofs and façades. In addition, there are optimum systems such as the minergie-certified MONTAPLUS® structure, the similarly minergie-certified MONTANATHERM® sandwich panels or the Swisspor Lambda Cassette wall-cassette structure.
Montana metal façades and roofs have a long lifetime and are fully recyclable.
There are no restrictions on use during the restoration. The Montana products are quick and easy to install.
We maintain long-term partnerships with our customers. We'll be glad to put you in touch with a suitable partner for your building.

We convince you with many implemented and documented reference objects and offer our comprehensive advice. Your Montana expert will be pleased to advise you. Further information can also be found in our restoration brochure.
For restorations in Switzerland the federation offers the building programme. This supports you as homeowner with considerable promotional money for the intelligent and efficient restoration of your property.

The most important conditions for receiving promotional money are:
- The property was built before the year 2000.
- The property is heated.
- The application was submitted before the start of construction.
- The amount per application has a minimum value of CHF 3,000.
The target of the building programme is to reduce energy consumption and lower CO2 emissions by 2.2 million tonnes by 2020.

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