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Louvered Roofs in Carterton, Oxfordshire

Louvered Roof

Wokring with the experts at The Glass Room Company, many homeowners in Carterton have made the excellent choice of adding a Louvered roof to their property. A louvred roof, also referred to as a louvered pergola is a large open air structures that is common place in hotels, garden, large partiers and decks. Louvered roofs are constructed either as free-standing structures or added on to the side of an existing building over a deck or patio in most situations. Although pergolas are constructed to provide protection from the sun and rain, they can also enhance the appeal of a property.

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The benefits of a louvred roof?

A louvred roof is built with rotating louvers that are adjustable. The Glass Room Company’s louvered roofs are adjustable, bioclimatic and versatile. Perfectly suited to homes in Carterton.

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Bioclimatic roofs

An innovative take on the standard Pergola roof, bioclimatic roof shade and ventilation can be customised. Bioclimatic roofs come with rotating louvers that are adjustable. Making them perfect for use all through the year. There are four preset positions on the remotes that allows you to adjust the position of the Louvres.

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. Our louvered roofs can be built as attachment to pre-existing building or a stand alone structures. Whatever your requirement might be – a shaded area for your back door, garden or patio, we’ve got you covered!

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. The Glass Room Company has a massive catalogue of louvered roof designs. Every customer has individual needs and our design experts work with customers to create roofs for their specific needs. Maybe you have a unique twist or innovative design idea for your louvered roof over your patio, or garden, something to make it special. We definitely have the experience to make it come to life.

Bioclimatic roof features

We add a number of improvements to our louvered roofs. Our roof designs get rid of gutters and do not allow for leaks or gaps for light. You can regulate the amount of light that gets let into your outdoor space at the touch of a button. Our louvered blades can be regulated and this allows you to have full control of the ambient light of your outdoor space.

We design our louvered roofs to be flexible enough to adapt to your needs and fit your property in Carterton. Side glazing can be an addition to the louvered roof. This technique will create an weatherproof outdoor space that can be used in any weather. There are a number of optional extras that are available, these include LED lighting, outdoor blinds and electric heating.

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To reduce the sound of the rain on the roof and also to help maintain the heat during the winter months, internal blade insulation can be added within the louvers. Our bioclimatic pergolas are designed to be able to rotate the louvers from 0 to 135 degrees quickly to easily aerate your 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 weather isn’t much of a deterrent to enjoy your outdoor space, no matter the season. Our louvered roofs provide you with the control over how much of the elements you want to let in. 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.

Bioclimatic roofs: The price

The cost of construction depends on if your louvered roof is attached to your property or freestanding. We also have a number of options that could affect the cost. The cost of the roof can be spread out over time by adding features to the roof gradually. Working like that helps handle a daunting scale on a limited budget. Please contact us to consult on a design and plan that works for your budget and your property needs.

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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