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. 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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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 Romford.
Your louvered roof should not look strange or out of place on your property. It needs to look like a natural extension of your original property that just happens to cover your garden or patio. The Outdoor Living Group 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. 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.
Bioclimatic roofs are the updated version of standard louvered/pergola roofs. Bioclimatic roof louvers can also be adjusted to let out hot air in the summer and trap in heat during the colder months. 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. It is also possible to have our pergola installed as free standing units or as an addition to your current property. Would you like a shaded area for your garden or backdoor area? Our louvred roofs will be just perfect!
We add a number of improvements to our louvered roofs. Our roofs are designed to allow no light gaps or leaks and do so without exposed gutters. You can control the blades of the louver with a touch of a button. This gives you complete control over how much light gets into your outdoor space. This in turn gives you control over the climate of your outdoor space. Across Romford, 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. You can add optional extras to your outdoor space. Extras like electric heating, LED lighting and outdoor blinds. 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.
Ventilating your outdoor space is important and should be done quickly and efficiently so we build our bioclimatic pergolas to rotate the louvers from 0 to 135 degrees easily. 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. What is amazing with our louvered roofs is that you can decide the amount of protection you want. You can either shut out the elements at any time, no matter the weather, or enjoy the sunlight well into the evening. 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.
Being attached to the house or freestanding will affect the cost of the louvered roof. Also, the type of options selected for the louvered roof adds to the cost of the roof. Additional features to the louvered roof can be added in stages. This can help spread out the cost of the roof. This can help us work on larger plans with a limited budget. Contact us and we will provide you with our brochure and we will consult with you on your property and what design and financial plan fits your project.