‘Creating Healthy Spaces’ is Renson’s baseline and its mission. As a trendsetter in ventilation, sun protection, and ‘outdoor living’, this dynamic, fast-growing family company swears by natural elements such as light and air that – when utilized intelligently – are at the foundation of a healthy living and working environment for everyone.
Renson has its sights set on the future, making major investments in innovation, communication, and internationalization while continuously focusing on a healthy and comfortable indoor environment plus an enjoyable outdoor environment for homes, apartments, offices, and healthcare facilities. The emphasis is on sustainable overall concepts that set high energy efficiency, acoustics, and design standards.
Although it has deep roots locally, Renson is increasingly spreading its message internationally, the proof of which lies in its strong distribution network that now extends into the US, the Middle East, Asia, and even Australia. In this respect, Renson is intensifying its ambition to expand from a Belgian business to a global player in ventilation, sun protection, and outdoor living.
Renson has offices worldwide with production sites in Belgium and USA. Renson Inc. is the USA subsidiary overseeing local production in Dallas, TX and with a showroom in New York.
Renson specializes in ventilation, sun protection and outdoor. With experience dating back to 1909, and an integrated team of over 1000 employees, we develop systems and solutions that provide consumers with a healthy and comfortable living and working environment, also taking into account energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy. We develop innovative products and systems and offer total solutions to make every house into a healthy and comfortable home.
“We also appreciate the aesthetic values of every building, allowing our sun control and ventilation systems to be incorporated invisibly into your home. Our terrace coverings and aluminum blades for covering façades provide clear accents, offering added value to the architecture. Inside, we ensure that doors are integrated invisibly with no conspicuous frames or visible joints.”