Since 1975 Reguitti handles and accessories for doors and windows are designed and manufactured in Agnosine (Brescia, Italy) with a focus on natural harmony, the new and the unconventional. A vision that combines functionality and design, in line with the most current market trends. In 2018 Reguitti joined Tyman, a group listed on the London Stock Exchange whose commercial offer includes Schlegel, Giesse and Jatec. These brands reach clients in over 100 countries, with a complete range of products for the fenestration industry. Thanks to a direct relationship with its customers and the continuous exchange of know-how with retailers, Reguitti has developed one of the widest and most complete catalogues in the market, with over 90 different handle models for a total of over 7,000 products.
The entire production is Made in Italy with materials such as brass, aluminium, zamak, porcelain and includes handles and accessories for doors and windows, entrance doors, sliding doors and hotel doors divided into ranges that meet the different technical and stylistic needs of the customers. Integrity, responsibility, teamwork, proactivity and continuous growth. These are the fundamental values that guide Reguitti in every endeavour. Like every other Tyman group brand, Reguitti is continuously monitoring and improving the environmental impact of its activities. Every productive process, from design to disposal, is carefully evaluated and improved when possible. For example, Reguitti chose to employ recycled aluminium when designing its latest handle, Obliq. Helping the reforestation of Val di Fiemme, severely damaged by the Vaia storm in 2018, is a testament to Reguitti’s will to pursue concrete actions towards sustainability and safeguarding the environment. Val di Fiemme is known throughout the world for its landscapes and the famous Italian alpine spruce. Reguitti wants to contribute to the rebirth of one of the most beautiful forests of the Dolomites, primary engine of the local economy, home to skiers, trekkers and mountain enthusiasts from all over the planet.
Val di Fiemme