You may not see a lot of louvre windows around Perth, but they are becoming more popular as a modern alternative to the standard aluminium windows that builders tend to include in their homes. Louvre windows have slats that are mounted across the width of the window. To open the window, the slats are turned upward. Louvre windows are adjustable for ventilation depending upon how wide you open the slats. Here are a few louvers window designs.
A single louvre window is a nice “break” or it can be part of a louvers window theme. It can provide maximum ventilation for its size.
Multiple louvers windows spaced around a home can be used for ventilation and can also make a nice design statement.
Narrow Louvre Windows
Narrow louvers window can be used in narrow areas of the home that require ventilation and light.
Louvre Windows Above Doors
Louvers windows can be set above doors to allow ventilation with privacy when the doors are closed. They are especially good for allowing hotter air to rise and flow out more quickly.
Floor to Ceiling Windows
A series of narrow louvers windows from floor to ceiling can maximise ventilation and provide a unique aesthetic.
Bifold Doors with Bookend Louvers Windows
Louvers windows make great “bookends” for bifold doors. They can increase ventilation when the bifold doors are open or they can provide ventilation when they are closed.
Louvre Windows Beside Solid Doors
This is a great way to combine the security of a solid timber door with the ventilation of louvre windows. The windows are the same height as the door and are on either side.
Fixed Pane Louvre Windows
Louvers windows on the sides with a pane of glass in the middle provide a nice view, great ventilation and a fetching design.
Call Fremantle Door & Window Company Today
If you are interested in some custom built louvre doors or just want more information, call Fremantle Door & Window today: (08) 6500 6888.