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New models of renson Loggia sliding panels
Loggia sliding panels are the ideal accessory to give your terrace covering a personal touch. They don't only ensure protection on the terrace against wind and sun, but being equipped with tiltable blades they also create additional privacy. A number of new Loggia sliding panel models will provide a suitable design for almost any style and every setting. (...) Read more
Put the extra ino the ordinary
A luxurious terrace really boosts the value of your property. Discover how to pimp your terrace in just four steps! (...) Read more
Working without interruptions
Do you run your own business and do you work from home all the time? Or do you often take work home with you? Whatever your situation, a garden office – a relaxing office space in the middle of your own garden – is perfect for working without being interrupted and delivering the best performance possible. Read on to discover everything you need to know about your own gorgeous garden office! (...) Read more
Renson joins Team Giant-Alpecin
Friday, in Richmond (US) the German licensed cycling Team Giant-Alpecin proudly announced a long-term partnership with Renson, a trendsetting Belgian manufacturer of ventilation, sun shading systems & terrace covers. (...) Read more
HD expo award
We are proud to announce that Renson Inc. won the 'The Award for Excellence' at HD Expo - Las Vegas with our Camargue terrace cover. (...) Read more
Architectureal record award
RECORD PRODUCTS, the prestigious annual competition of Architectural Record, drew more than 500 entries ranging from building materials to finishes and furnishings. The most innovative and useful building products of the year are chosen by a panel of architects. (...) Read more
Compose your personal terrace covering
You can find a new application to simulate your own terrace covering on a picture of your own house. How does this application work? (...) Read more
A care free garden

Laying out a garden is not a one-time task but a growing process. You should see the lay-out of your garden as a path towards success.

Think about all things you need to do in your garden and all tasks you like and do not like. Things you do not like you have to avoid as much as possible. If you for example think it is annoying to weed out, than think about how to minimise the amount of weed. (...) Read more

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