Louver Windows is a range that we can combine with other products such as doors. And, a few door manufacturers in Australia make full doors with this window range. The versatility of this window range is the reason why we can combine it with other structural elements. For example, combining other windows with doors is not practical when considering the way those windows open and close. How about installing a traditional window on a door? But, the structural formation of Louver Windows is different. Medium or small-sized glass panels make this window type, and one aluminium window houses those glass panels.
So, we can make a certain percentage of doors a louver window for you; hence you can keep the door closed, but keep the window open for ventilation. When compared to other window types, another advantage of Louver Windows is that you can slightly keep it open according to your requirements. If you prefer a lot of fresh breeze from outside; you can open the window sufficiently. Anyway, even when in the open position; a barrier is there with the louver window. All other window types create access or open points when in the open position. So, you might not prefer installing those windows on a door as it might reduce the security levels significantly.
We invite you to visit our Louver Windows product range on our company website. You can decide up to what extent the window takes over the door. Anyway, for high-security reasons; we advise that you keep it not more than 50%. Another option is there to consider though. A few manufacturers now make the whole door a louver window. So, you can get maximum ventilation into your home through the door. As mentioned, even when the glass panels are in the open position; a barrier is yet there to protect you. What happens in winter? Will Louver Windows get cold air into your home? Well, winter is the season when we should keep the doors and windows closed to keep the heat in our homes. So, no matter what the window type you have installed; you will have to keep it closed. Even though a louver window comes with many opening/closing glass panels, once in the closed position; it creates an airtight barrier. The use of rubber sealing materials on each glass panel’s edge is what makes those windows airtight products. We highly advise that you get this window with those rubber sealing materials, but a few homeowners avoid it. The rubber seal also prevents rainwater invading your home during heavy rainy seasons.
Do Louver Windows compromise privacy? When the door is in the closed position; you might want the window to block the view 100%. Don’t worry! We can include tinted glass panels on the louver window upon your request. Tinted Louver Windows don’t obstruct your view, but outside people can’t see through it. Or, you can install this window type on top of your door. So, the door stays as it is, but the louver window gets installed on top of the door separately. So, you can keep the door closed, but open the window for natural light and ventilation. And, since the top window is a small-sized one; no intruders can enter through it. GB is an innovate window and door manufacturer in Melbourne; let us know all your requirements!