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TERREAL offers the ideal terracotta cladding system, offering exceptional quality terracotta tiles that are highly durable for the Australian environment.


Terreal® provide an extensive range of external cladding systems, used worldwide by architect, builders and designers with an eye for sustainability without sacrificing aesthetics.

With the option of longer tiles, a wide colour range and a selection of sunscreen options (including baguettes and louvers), HVG Facades offer the complete package in terracotta cladding tiles thanks to the Terreal cladding system. 

Blending the industrial tradition of terracotta with modern technology to develop innovative, aesthetically pleasing and high-performance building solutions, Terreal terracotta tiles have been a major player in the revival of terracotta in contemporary architecture.

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Terreal provide a wide range of cladding and architectural products used worldwide by architects and designers with an eye for sustainability without sacrificing aesthetics.

Due to the extensive range of colours and surface types available, Terreal terracotta cladding tiles are ideal for use in both the construction of new buildings and the redesign of existing structures, large or small. 

Easy to maintain and 100 percent recyclable, the Terreal terracotta cladding range is not only the sustainable choice as it also carries a 15-year warranty in Australia.




Reducing our energy consumption and CO2 emissions

TERREAL has an energy consumption control programme with a target of 20% less CO2 emissions per ton produced by 2020. All our production units have undergone a thorough energy review, which revealed numerous areas in which savings could be made: heat recovery from furnaces, heat exchangers, etc.

Other ideas are being developed such as baking products using biomethane produced from the fermentation of waste.


Reducing the impact of our activities on the environment

Every TERREAL site measures and regularly declares all its impacts, and implements optimization measures: limiting dust emissions, flue gas purification, recycling industrial waste. Before beginning to exploit its quarries, TERREAL conducts an initial examination of the fauna and flora, establishes a biodiversity conservation plan and then afterwards rehabilitates the area: reforestation, re-cultivation, creating an area of water, etc.

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