Louvre windows offer the best ventilation control. Open they make the most of a summer breeze or partially open for air flow to minimize winter condensation. Louvre windows are a good choice for narrow or small spaces.
How louvre windows work
Louvre windows are made of blades that open outward. The blades turn 90 degrees to let in as little or as much air as you wish.
When closed, the blades sit flush with the wall.
When choosing louvre windows you should consider:
Add a stylish touch with a choice of aluminium, glass or cedar blades.
Louvres with frosted glass are great for bathrooms and other rooms where privacy is needed.
In addition to exhaust fans in bathrooms, louvres allow hot steamy air to escape to help reduce condensation and prevent mould forming.
For privacy and to maximise air circulation, place louvres above head height. Another plus is there’s no need for blinds or curtains.