The flow of air in a building is a major factor in the comfort level of the occupants within. You don’t want too much or you’ll feel the cold, but if there’s too little moving air inside, the atmosphere is stuffy. Of course, your heating system in the winter and your air conditioning in the summer are supposed to keep things comfortable inside. That’s what they’re designed to do. However, when it’s too hot, we hurry back into the air conditioning. When it’s too cold, we can’t wait to get out of the cold and into the warmth inside. We expect to be comfortable when we’re inside a room. We enjoy being outside when the weather is pleasant, but sometimes, heat and air conditioning need help. That’s where a louvre wall system comes into play.
Ventilation is more than just cranking up the heat or the AC. Louvres provide ventilation that prevents inside air from feeling stale. A louvre wall system allows the air to flow without resistance while keeping out the rain and moisture, so that people can retain that internal comfort while keeping out the external elements that don’t belong inside. When you think about it, it’s the perfect way to add just the right amount of comfort to your living or working space.
Other Functions of Louvre Systems
You might think of a louvre system as your own personal climate control centre. Louvres are angled slats that help with ventilating a room or the inside of a structure, but they serve other purposes as well. A louvre wall system also contributes to a much broader means of weather maintenance. If it’s a beautiful day outside, the sun is shining and the temperature is comfortable, your louvres can be opened wide to let in the warmth and the light. But what if it’s too hot and too bright and the sunshine is too intense? The louvres can be closed a bit so that you have more shade. If it’s a rainy day or the temperature is cold outside, you simply close the louvres.
A louvre wall system delivers the sunlight, the shade, and the fresh air. And it also adds to the external appearance of the structure, so that the result isn’t just climate control, but esthetic appeal as well. A building doesn’t need to be just a physical structure; it can also present an attractive image in the community. Louvres provide this tool so that the consumer can, from inside, determine how much of the outside is going to enter.
The Danpal Louvre Wall System Delivers Sunshine and Shade
Danpalon® Louvre, a translucent shading system, offers maximum control over light and heat, as well as extended UV protection and high-impact resistance. It also offers control, with a louvre wall system that gives consumers the power over how much light and shade, as the weather indicates, is brought inside. The louvre wall system also lends itself to esthetics, with finishes, effects and colors that transform the exterior design of a building. Sunlight and shade for comfort, with beauty thrown in for good measure: that’s the Danpal louvre wall system.