Company

Thermal insulation for energy and the environment


Founded in 1974, Frinorm AG is an owner-led family business specialising in the manufacture of a wide range of thermal insulation elements for building construction. The focus is on the production of insulated composite elements for window construction and high-quality thermal insulation boards for ceilings, walls and floors in new and converted buildings as well as in old-building renovations. Our customers benefit from a diverse product range, numerous material combinations and CNC processing – always tailored to their individual wishes.

 

 

Philosophy

 

Customer orientation, innovation and a focus on quality have defined Frinorm AG since 1974. For decades, we have developed energy-efficient products, manufactured using state-of-the-art production systems. Computer-controlled systems guarantee rational processes and unlimited capacity without any loss of high precision.

 

 

Sustainability


FSC- and/or PEFC-certified wood materials are used. The FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) is a non-profit, international member organisation supported by all the major environmental groups, organisations committed to social causes and the forestry and timber sectors. PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes) is an international forest certification system. It is the largest independent organisation worldwide dedicated to the safeguarding and continual improvement of sustainable forest management that respects ecological, social and economic standards.

 

 

 

 

Logistics partner

 

Gebr. Gerster Transporte AG
Kanalstrasse 13
FL-9490 Vaduz

www.gerster.li



Institutions and associations

Schweizerischer Fachverband Fenster- und Fassadenbranche
Kasernenstrasse 4b
CH-8184 Bachenbülach

www.fff.ch

 

 

                                                     

MINERGIE Head Office
Steinerstrasse 37
CH-3006 Bern
www.minergie.ch            

 

Liechtenstein Chamber of Trade and Commerce

Zollstrasse 23
FL-9494 Schaan
www.wirtschaftskammer.li

 

 

 

 

 

Good to know

www.dasgebaeudeprogramm.ch
This building programme focuses on the energy renovation of the building envelope of existing structures, that is to say of roofs, walls and windows. CHF 300 million is available annually until 2020 for the energy renovation of buildings.

 

                          

www.infosubventionen.ch
is the subsidy database in Switzerland for all construction, renovation and energy-saving projects. Find out for free what opportunities there are for you at your location.

 

  

www.energiebuendel.li
is the subsidy database in Liechtenstein for all construction, renovation and energy-saving projects. Find out for free what opportunities there are for you at your location.