Serramenti Longato

Grown trees 500

Serramenti Longato was founded in 1973 specializing in the production and installation of aluminum frames for residential and industrial use. Attentive and sensitive to market needs, it has evolved over the years, including a line for the production of PVC frames in 2006. It caters to private customers, design firms, construction companies and window and door resellers.


More than 50 years after its founding, Serramenti Longato is a reliable and well-established business throughout northern Italy.To celebrate the important anniversary and look to the future, Longato has decided to embark on a path of environmental responsibility with WOWnature. In particular, given its strong connection with the territory, it has decided to support the reforestation of various forests along the Brenta River and in the Dolomites.


The choice reflects Serramenti Longato’s commitment to promoting sustainable practices and contributing to the fight against climate change. Investing in reforestation helps not only to improve air quality and preserve biodiversity, but also to mitigate the risks of hydrogeological disruption, which is particularly relevant in mountainous areas such as the Dolomites. In addition, this initiative allows Longato to return value to the territory that has always supported the company’s growth, strengthening the link with the local community.

Supported areas

Val di Fiemme

Val di Fiemme (TN)

Bosco della Panarotta

Levico Terme (TN)

Le Basse del Brenta

Cartigliano (VI)

Bosco Limite

Carmignano di Brenta (PD)
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