The low down on Louvres
Even if it is all in a name, you could have a little Louvre added to your home. Not the Parisian Art museum kind though, but rather the beautifully crafted shade producing kind.
Louvres are designed as ventilation products, allowing air to pass through while keeping the unwanted elements such as dirt, water and debris out.
Adjustable Louvre Awnings
They have also been accustomed to windows and shade ports, allowing for a cool shady covering in summer, making more sun available in winter.
Louvres are for office as well as home use and serve a variety of purposes. The common problem of tinted windows not keeping up with cooling expectations at office blocks, creates an important need for external sun screens.
Externally fitted screens are especially effective in this respect, because sun rays are countered before they pass through the glass. Reducing solar heat gain can eliminate the need for or reduce the cost of mechanical air conditioning. External sun control can pay for itself many times over and largely contributes to “green building”.
When the sun burns intensively outside, Weather Master provides the interior of buildings with a comfortable living and productive working environment.
Contrary to popular belief, louvres and awnings do not have to be boring and can fit in with the colour scheme of your home. They are available in a range of colours:
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