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Louvre Style Windows

Louvre style windows refer to those windows that have slats that run across horizontally in the window unit. The slats are often made of wood, aluminium or glass and are angled precisely to allow air and some amount of light to pass through, while keeping out rain and direct sunlight. Some louvre windows are adjustable wherein you can close them completely or open them beyond the angled position, but many are fixed and will remain in the installed position at all times.

Energy Efficiency of Louvre Window Shutters

Installing louvre window shutters can be beneficial in a number of ways, but they are often utilised because they are economical. The fact is, louvre windows are energy efficient because it utilises natural ventilation and as such, you can save on cooling or heating cost. If it’s adjustable, you can change the angle of the blades to determine how much air and light you want to pass through.

Louvre Windows for Privacy

Louvre windows makes it easy to let the air and light in while maintaining your privacy. This is easily achieved with wood or aluminium blades, but frosted glass blades are also often used. The angle of the windows will allow some view of the outside, especially from an elevated position, but there is little to no view from the outside in. With the adjustable type, you decide how much you want to see and how much you want to be seen by adjusting the blades to numerous angles with various window accessories such as a lever or pulley.

Cleaning Louvre Windows

Some home and office owners have a hard time cleaning windows on high floors. However, louvre windows make it easy as they can be cleaned from inside the building. The blades are often angled in a way that allows a dust cloth to be passed over the outside of each blade, thus allowing you to clean both the outer and inner side of each blade at the same time. There is no need to go outside the building to clean the other side as with French fixed and sliding windows.

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