Louvered roofs also known as Louvered pergolas are outdoor framed structures that rotate allowing the roof to open and close. They are most commonly featured in restaurant, decks, hotels and large patios. They are either attached to the main building or freestanding 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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With a louvered roof, you can track the movements of the sun via the rotating louvers that are part of a pergola's design feature either for more shade or light. This is made possible by it’s adjustable mechanisation. To provide the most versatility, the outdoor living group's louvred roofs are bioclimatic and adjustable and suitable for all seasons in Northamptonshire.
Your louvered roofs should look like a purposeful part of your building. It shouldn’t look like an awkward extension of your building. At Outdoor Living Group, we have amassed a wide range of louvered roof designs. Our in-house experts have acquired years of experience designing pergolas for many clients to fit their individual 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 roofs are an innovative modernisation of standard louvred/pergola roofs. Which features adjustable ventilation and shade levels These louvers can be adjusted to let in more air when it is hot and keep more heat in winter temperatures drop. There are four preset positions on the remotes that allows you to adjust the position of the Louvres. The Outdoor Living Group's louvered roofs can be constructed as a enclosed outdoor space with the addition of side shades, heating, sliding glass panels and lighting. In addition, our louvered roofs can be constructed as a freestanding units or fixed to a wall based on your specifications. Would you like a shaded area for your garden or backdoor area? Our louvred roofs will be just perfect!
We add a lot of technical enhancements to our louvered roofs. Our roof designs get rid of gutters and do not allow for leaks or gaps for light. Controlling the louvered blades gives you control over the amount of sunlight that filters into your space. Regulating this gives you complete control over the climate of your outdoor space at the touch of a button. The design of our louvered roofs in totally flexible and can be restructured to find a solution for the needs of your home in Northamptonshire.
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. We have some optional extras available to add to your outdoor space to make it more unique and comfortable. Some are LED lighting, electric heating and outdoor blinds. Internal blade insulation is an option to be added to the louvered roofs. This reduces the sound of the rain on the roof and can maintain the heat in your outdoor space during the winter.
Our louvers in our bioclimatic pergolas can revolve from 0 to 135 degrees to easily aerate your patio, porch or garden. Our louvered roof can be designed and constructed to be free standing. This can give you ample space to enjoy your garden or any other outdoor space without the restriction of an enclosed space. 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. Is a planning permission necessary to install a louvered roof? The answer is usually no. Most properties in the UK have permitted development rights so installing a louvered roof isn’t a problem.
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.
The various options and styles selected for the roof will affect the price of the roof. The decision to attach it to the property or have it free standing also affects the cost of construction. Additional features to the louvered roof can be added in stages. This can help spread out the cost of the roof. We can work to handle a big project on a limited budget. Call us for a brochure or consult with us on your project and we can come up with a design that works for your property.