Roller shutters, usually selected to safeguard the house from vandalism and burglary. are also a perfect protection against excessive heat and sunlight.
External blinds are an important element of building equipment. If selected properly, they will guarantee comfort, safety and energy efficiency for years. The choice of a roller shutter as well as the method of its mounting depend on the construction stage at which the decision to place the shutter is made – be it the design or construction stage or when the building is already finished.
Built-on roller shutters - mounted on already built and finished buildings.
- Built-on roller shutters are mounted in two ways: on the façade of the building or in the window or door recess.
- As the box in the widow built-on roller shutter is one of its most visible components, it is available in many colour options, and in wood-like veneers.
- Built-on roller shutters come in two variants: with a box cut at 45’ with service
cover and with a half-round box.
Flush - mounted roller shutters - although intended mainly for newly built facilities, this roller-shutter can be mounted in already existing ones as well.
- The box of the shutter can be fully integrated into the building’s façade, which
makes it invisible.
- Once hidden under the insulation layer the shutter box is well protected against
- Installation of the blind does not require working on the structure of the window or door but before mounting a recess should be made in the window lintel.
- With the service cover being mounted on the outside of the building, maintenance and service work can be carried out without intruding on the privacy of the household members.
Integrated roller-shutter - assembly at the stage of installing window joinery or its replacement.
- The box and guides are mounted on the window frame or door before being built in the recess.
- At the stage of building construction or its joinery being replaced,, the height of the shutter box should be taken into account, as this value increases the height of the openings for windows or doors.
- The system allows many ways of installing the box and guides; from the outside, from the inside, on both sides or, thanks to a large selection of veneers on offer, it can be left uncovered.
- Access to the service cover from the inside of the building.