Are louvered roofs worth it?
Are louvered roofs worth it?
A StruXure louvered roof system boosts value and curb appeal, offering a greater return-on-investment compared to wood pergolas. Permanent and extremely long-lasting, they add a unique touch, integrating your outdoor space into the architecture of your home, and increasing usable space to make your home feel larger.
Can you close a pergola?
Closing in a pergola is a great way to transform your current patio area into a space that you can enjoy no matter what the weather is like. This can be accomplished by having a TEMO operable pergola installed outside of your home.
What is the point of an open pergola?
Yes, pergolas were designed to add shade to your backyard space. They are excellent for providing relief from the harsh, direct rays of the sun while allowing sunlight access to fill the space. Although, as a stand-alone structure, pergolas do not provide full shade, their versatile structures allow many shade options.
What is a louvered pergola?
What is a Louvered Pergola? It is an adjustable roofing system that allows you to enjoy fresh air, sunlight, and other positive qualities of nature but are adjustable to provide coverage from the less desirable qualities such as snow, sleet, rain, or excessive sunlight.
Do pergolas keep sun off?
A pergola is a backyard shade structure with an open-lattice roof supported by columns or posts. Pergolas are not designed to completely block the sun, but to provide relief from direct sunlight, while allowing air to circulate freely.
How high can a pergola be without planning permission?
height must be no greater than 2.5m (8′ 2″). Further away from the boundary it can be 3m (9′ 10″). A pitched-roof structure (A-shaped roof) can be up to 4m high (13′).
Why are pergolas not covered?
So maybe you are wondering, why are pergolas not covered? Pergolas are intended only to provide protection from direct sunlight and are not designed to act as a roof. They offer a sitting area that allows for breeze and sunlight and provides climbing plants for a structure to grow on.
Does pergola increase home value?
Here’s what we tell our customers: yes, a pergola will add market value to any house. Since outdoor living has become more popular than ever, the value of properties with a pergola or a comfortable outdoor space has been on the rise. A safe gauge for a deck or backyard improvement is about 50% — 80% for your ROI.
Which is better gazebo or pergola?
Structurally, pergolas are much less cluttered and much more elegant in comparison to gazebos. They may have a full or retractable roof if the purpose of a pergola is primarily for shade, but many pergolas offer only partial shade with intermittent beams laid spaciously across the top.
How do you close a pergola when it rains?
If the sun becomes too intense or a rainstorm hits, turn on a motor to close the pergola completely, forming a solid roof patio cover. Or you can adjust the louvers to any position in between! The most important feature of an operable pergola is the motor, as you want to open and close the roofing panels as easily as possible.
What makes the pergola X so special?
State-of-the-art technology. Say hello to the world’s smartest pergola. The Pergola X is the modern day pergola that has the technology to open, close, pivot, and slide depending on your needs. From residential to commercial uses, from small patios to larger outdoor spaces, we’ve got you covered.
How do you operate a louvered pergola?
Simply turning on a motor to open or close the louvered roof allows you to switch from sunlight to shade, or stop somewhere in between, with ease. Contact a TEMO dealer today to learn more about our operable pergolas. Find a Dealer Let the Light in or Keep the Heat Out It’s Your Choice with Our Outdoor Living Products Operable Pergolas Pergolas
How does a Temo pergola work?
TEMO’s operable pergolas have automated movable roof panels so that you can control the amount of sunlight or shade you receive. Simply turning on a motor to open or close the louvered roof allows you to switch from sunlight to shade, or stop somewhere in between, with ease.