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. They are either affixed to a building or installed as a freestanding structure. 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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Pergolas have adjustable rotating louvers that make it possible for the sun's movement to be tracked. They can be adjusted to let in light or provide shade. To offer utmost versatility to homes in Yateley, the Outdoor Living Group's louvered roofs are bioclimatic.
You don’t want to have a louvered roof that looks awkward. What you want is a louvered roof that extends naturally out of the building and over your garden or patio. The Outdoor Living Group’s catalogue of louvered roofs is quite extensive. We have design experts who have had many years of experience in designing pergolas to match our customer’s 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.
A clever update to the classic louvred/pergola roof, bioclimatic roofs make changing shade and ventilation levels easy. Bioclimatic roofs come with rotating louvers that are adjustable. Making them perfect for use all through the year. With the four preset position on the louver's remote, bioclimatic roofs can be adjusted to various positions. The Outdoor Living Group's bioclimatic louvred roofs are customisable. What this means is, lighting, side shades, heating and sliding glass panels can be incorporated as a later time to transform the roof to a closed room that can be enjoyed at any time of the year. 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!
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 control the climate in your outdoor space. Our louvered roofs can be controlled at the touch of a button. You can have complete control of the louvered blades and this controls the amount of light that gets let in. Across Yateley, our louvered roofs are completely flexible in design and can be adaptable to fit whatever needs you have.
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. You can add optional extras to your outdoor space. Extras like electric heating, LED lighting and outdoor blinds. 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 and constructed to maneuver the louvers in the roof to rotate from 0 to 135 degrees quickly and efficiently to aerate your outdoor space. Any part of your garden can be enjoyed since we can construct our louvered roofs to stand alone and this can create a large amount of space you can relish and 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 require a planning permission to install a louvered roof? Usually not most properties in the UK already have permitted development rights so installing a louvered roof shouldn’t be a problem.
The average time to install a louvered roof, also called a bioclimatic roof, is one or two days. This is largely dependent on the size of the roof and if you are adding side glazing. Side glazing will add another day to the installation time to ensure a good finish.
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. 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.