The shutters are made up of 63mm louvers and a midrail to match the transoms on the side windows.
The customer opted for an offset tilt wand. Tilt wands can be in the centre on the right or on the left. The shutters can also be made with no visible tilt wands.
You can have different opening configurations and this video shows bifolding shutters in a shallow three sided bay window.
These shutters have hidden tilt wands, which means there is no visible rod to move the louvres up and down. All the louvres are connected together by a mechanism thats hidden within the panel frame. When you move one louvre, they all move together. See on the video.
This tier on tier shaped shutter shows how its possible to control shade and privacy in front of a particularly challenging Tilt n Turn window.
This motorised lantern blind is made from a high quality cellular fabric. The pocket of air within the fabric slows the passage of heat in both directions. So when the blind is closed it slows down the ingress of heat coming in or in the winter it slows down the escape of the heat that’s currently using the lantern as a chimney.
This is a Markilux awning we fitted on the rear of this extension. We had to use spreader brackets to spread the load of the awning down the wall, as it was a single storey building, and there was minimal weight to support the awning above the position where it needed to be fitted.
The brackets were specially formed to step out in front of the barge boards.
The customer chose a Markilux 990 awning in anthracite for this installation.