Horizon Louver Roof, Private Home, Gemert, NL
Whether you are a fan of walking, butterflies or history, you find it in the municipality of Gemert-Bakel (NL). Bakel is mentioned in writings as early as 714, it is the oldest village in the province of North-Brabant.
Here is a modern country house equipped with a Horizon louver roof. By Sunshield. This Horizon louvered roof consists of two parts, each 5 meters wide, and with a depth of 4 meters.
The roof covers the entire terrace and even keeps the sun out of the garden room behind it. Closed slats form a waterproof surface, so you can sit in your own garden even when it rains.
The Horizon is a patio cover that leans against the house on one side, on the high side. The other, lower side stands on legs. For optimal drainage, the Horizon slopes 8 degrees.
On this low side there is a rain gutter spanning the entire width. Rainwater runs towards the gutter, is collected there and drained through the legs.
The Horizon pergola uses the 112-E louver. This blade is 112 mm wide and specially developed for the Horizon. The slats not only fall over each other, but also into each other.
The aluminium parts are coated in RAL 7004, signal grey. A fine structure has been mixed through the powder. The result is a visible and tangible relief with an exclusive appearance.
For a refined contrast, the plastic components are finished in black, just like the louver systems of the house.