Fins and louvres come in an array of widths and profiles and can be installed vertically, horizontally, inclined or twisted.
- High open areas can be achieved
- Long spans can be covered without joints
- Helps control heat and cooling changes
- Effective in covering and shading
These allow the flow of air through the building while providing solar shading and weather protection. They can aid the visual concealment of unsightly plant of equipment and can also assist with acoustic control.
The popularity of timber as a cladding material has endured over the years. However, only recently has its use on car parks been evident. Timber has the ability to soften harsh lines and naturalise man-made structures to provide a comforting sense of security and familiarity to the user.
Its flexibility in terms of its use as a construction material makes it all the more attractive and cost effective. Its sustainable qualities bring even greater advantages.
Typically available in trapezoidal, sinusoidal or half round profiles mounted either vertically or horizontally for a variety of aesthetic effects in a wide range of colours and finishes.