A louvre window is also known as a jalousie window. This window consists of parallel glass blades that are fixed to a track, glass clips and the window frame. Several glass blades can be opened, closed or adjusted to different angles in unison by a lever or handle to control the air flow and light transmission. Generally, louvre windows are commonly used in residential areas, schools, entertainment venues, offices, etc. At home, louvre windows can be installed in several areas that require good ventilation such as the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and so on.
There are many materials used for louvre windows. Supplied by Breezway – the pioneer of louvre windows which is at the forefront of louvre window technology and design, Window Elements’ louvre window consists of glass blades and aluminium window frame. Unlike the stereotypical old, rusty and leaky louvres, these two materials are beautiful and elegant. They reflect simplicity and are very suitable for modern design. Besides, these two materials have high anti-rusting performance to ensure your louvre windows will be durable for a long period of time. The glass clips are also fit snugly to the glass blades so that each louvre blade is sturdy and easy to clean.