Louver walls and equipment screens are two sides of the same coin. In a residential environment, you use louvers walls to increase privacy, and comfort. With buildings, you install equipment screens to hide functional, but less attractive appliances. In both situations, walls and screen improve aesthetics and styling.
When it comes to walls and screens, you can opt for fixed, non-movable, louvers or movable louvers. An advantage of movable louvers is that you can adjust the position of the blades as required. An advantage of movable louvers is that you can adjust the position of the blades as desired.
Let's take a garden house as an example. When you want to appreciate the view or a cooling breeze — open the louvers. Do you prefer some more privacy, or a shield against dusty winds — close the louvers. This is a big advantage over a garden house with solid walls. You get more opportunities to enjoy the outdoor living.
When you want to hide equipment from view, you leave the louvers closed. By default. During the summer months, when — for example — an air conditioning is running full throttle, you can open the louvers to increase air flow and remove heated air.
Louver walls have also found their way into the hospitality and food services industry. Sometimes in combination with a pergola, so that guests can relish their food and drink outside — no matter wind or rain. Walls and equipment are basically exclusively built from aluminium louvers, available in a range of colours.