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Louvered Roofs in Paddock-Wood, Kent

Louvered Roof

A favourite in Paddock-Wood, Louvered roofs are available in a huge range from the expert installers at The Glass Room Company. The big open outdoor frame that is featured often in restaurants, gardens, decks, hotels or a large patio is a louvered roof also known as a louvered pergola. Louvered pergolas are either a part of the main property or free-standing structures. Pergolas pull double duty, they enhance an outdoor living space and provide shade on sunny days and protection from rain on not so good days.

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The benefits of a louvred roof?

A major advantage of louvred roofs is its adjustable rotating louvers. Each rotating louver can be adjusted for more shade or light. When built with a bioclimatic roof, pergolas are outdoor living spaces that can be enjoyed all through the summer in Paddock-Wood.

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Bioclimatic roofs

An innovative take on the standard Pergola roof, bioclimatic roof shade and ventilation can be customised. Bioclimatic roof louvers can also be adjusted to let out hot air in the summer and trap in heat during the colder months. The remote comes with four fixed positions but the louvers can be adjusted to levels in between them.

The flexibility of our bioclimatic pergola roofs means you can transform your pergola into a closed outdoor space by adding heating, lighting, sliding glass panels and side shades. In addition, our louvered roofs can be constructed as a freestanding units or fixed to a wall based on your specifications. Would you like a shaded area for your garden or backdoor area? Our louvred roofs will be just perfect!

Design

Louvered roofs should not look strange on your property. They need to look like they belong to your property and are a part of the design. At Outdoor Living Group, we have a wide range of designs for our louvered roofs. We have experts who have years of experience in designing the perfect roof for individual clients. If you come up with an idea for the louvered roof of your outdoor space, we can come up with ideas on how to make it come to life and we have the experience to construct and install it.

Louvered roofs: The features

We have a lot of technical innovations built into our louvered roofs. We have designed our gutters explicitly to remove gutters and eliminate leaks and light gaps. With full control over the blades of the louvered roof, you can control the amount of sunlight that gets into your outdoor space at any time. With that you can control the microclimate of your outdoor space, perfect for gardens.

Across Paddock-Wood, our louvered roofs are completely flexible in design and can be adaptable to fit whatever needs you have. Adding side glazing to the louvered roof creates an enclosed outdoor space. This enclosed outdoor space can now be used no matter the weather. There are a number of extras that are optional but can be included. These are outdoor blinds, electric heaters and LED lighting.

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Adding internal blade insulation to the louvers can help to maintain the temperature of your outdoor space during cold months. It can also reduce the sound of the rain hitting the roof. Our louvers in our bioclimatic pergolas can revolve from 0 to 135 degrees to easily aerate your patio, porch or garden. Even isolated parts of your garden can be enjoyed under the protection of our louvered roofs. We can install our louvered roofs to be free standing and this can make your outdoor space a haven of freedom you can enjoy.

The amount of protection you desire from our louvered roofs is completely up to you. You can vary the amount of sunlight coming in or even shut out the weather completely no matter the season. Do you need planning permission for a louvered roof? No, generally most houses in the UK will have permitted development rights, this means you can install a louvered roof if you want to.

Louvered roofs: The cost.

Louvered roofs costs vary depending on if it’s attached to the house or freestanding and also which options are to be added to the roof. Extras added to the roof can be installed in stages. Phased out over time this can help spread the cost of the roof over a longer period. In this way, no matter the size of your plans or the restriction of your finances, we can find a solution that works. Get across to us to discuss your project and we can advise on a design and financial plan that suits your project.

Louvered Roof FAQ's

Is installing a louvered roof time consuming?
Installing a louvered roof, which is also called a bioclimatic roof can take between 1-2 days depending on the size of the roof. If side glazing to insulate the roof is added, this can extend the time of installation to an extra day to make sure the job is perfect.

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