Made in Italy design and functionality

Made in Italy design and functionality

Fas Pendezza was born from an idea of Alfonso and Davide Pendezza in 1964. In more than fifty years of activity, experienced hands have worked together with modern production technologies.

It took us many years to grow and improve, becoming reliable partners. It took us many years to be able to provide excellent solutions, from the post-sale stage to installation, up to the use of our products. What is the result? High-performance, solid  and  reliable products.

We follow in detail every stage of the manufacturing process, covering the whole range of products. From the  choice  of  the  raw materials to design and production, Fas Pendezza is a synonym for Made in Italy design and functionality.

www.faspendezza.it

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