Glass has been a popular building material for a very long time, offering a clear, unobstructed view that is shown to particular advantage with louvres. A major appeal of glass is its transparency, which allows light to enter within a structure. Bringing light into a room completely transforms the appearance and atmosphere within, not only improving the ability to see but also adding to that welcome feeling of productivity which is diminished when a room is dark. The Danpal® Louvre Translucent Shading System has developed polycarbonate louvres that fulfill all the potential of glass while adding the Danpal expertise to the performance. Danpal, a pioneer in daylighting architecture, has mastered the method of bringing the outdoors inside a structure so that a building’s occupants may savor the advantages of daylight without having to suffer from the less welcome aspects of the elements.
The Design of polycarbonate Louvres
A louvre is an architectural feature that lets light and air enter, while keeping out the rain and snow. polycarbonate louvres, flat and sloping, help improve the ventilation of a building without obstructing the view as metal and wood do. Because polycarbonate accommodates the outside view from within, its popularity has remained constant throughout the centuries.
The Advantages of polycarbonate Louvres
The Danpal® Louvre Translucent Shading System partners with polycarbonate to redefine the way a room feels on the inside. While we all enjoy being outdoors, human beings seek shelter from the elements even while we cherish the benign features of the natural world. Light and air are two prized aspects of nature that can find a home within four walls, if the system is properly designed. How much ventilation do you need or want? Light and air make an enormous difference in the comfort level of a room, but people have different ideas of what that level might be. polycarbonate louvres allow you to determine the amount of air and light that enters, thanks to the angled blades that control the flow of air that’s allowed in. Danpal polycarbonate louvres offer you the opportunity to play with light and shade and to do so with cutting-edge innovation that includes color-shift technology; Z-frame construction; installation that can be either vertical or horizontal; dual color-integration; featherweight design; and shade-shift properties.
Energy efficiency is a priority for today’s consumer and here as well, polycarbonate louvres perform to expectation, using natural ventilation to lower the costs of heating and cooling depending upon the season. No one can control the heat or the cold when summer and winter send us scorching and freezing temperatures, but at least, with glass louvres, there’s a way to put a personal touch on internal comfort zones.
Louvres are especially attractive because you can determine the dimensions, customizing the size depending on how much of the window you prefer to be open. You’ll also enjoy the options for color that are available to choose from, so that you can tailor the polycarbonate louvres to your personal preference.
And another feature that’s a winning trait: louver windows are easy to clean! Maximizing the pleasure that you receive from being inside a room while minimizing the amount of work that it takes to keep it clean is always a plus for today’s busy consumer.