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Upgrade Your Outdoor Living Space with a Louvered Roof System



Summer is here, and we are all excited to get outside and enjoy some sunshine in our backyards. The LifeRoom Louvered Roof System gives you flexibility and options to transform your entire backyard into a comfortable space to relax, eat, and entertain friends and family. 

 

What is Louvered Roof System

Louvered Roof System is an intelligent shading system with functional and aesthetic features that fit any outdoor space. The louvered roof patio cover uses rotating slats (similar to blinds that you have in your home). These louvers are commonly crafted from aluminum, glass, wood, or metal, horizontal slats that lie at a certain angle to allow light and air in and limit excessive heat and rain. Louvered cover can be adjusted to let all or no direct rays from the sun through the roof slats. Powered by battery and solar panel means no hard wiring into your house. 

 

Technologically Advanced System

In addition to the reliable opening and closing feature, the Louvered Roof System provides a range of benefits that traditional roofing methods cannot match. Adjustable with remote control, a single button moves each louver blade to any desired position within a 140º rotation, transforming a solid, waterproof covering into a light-filtering trellis. This enables the user to enjoy sunlight, shade, or a breeze when the weather is fine or hot and when the weather is wet, waterproof protection from the rain. 


 

Sleek and Stylish. 

You can choose the color, design, and size of the louvered roof patio cover based on your home’s exterior paint, outdoor paving design, and even furniture. With twenty different color choices available, the LifeRoom Louvered Roof System is sure to meet your needs. They can be installed on patios and decks, pool areas, rooftops, and courtyards. They can be customized to almost any outdoor space.

 

Benefits of Louvered Roof System

  1. No rust, rot, and deterioration due to all structural components manufactured out of aluminum, combined with a durable powder coat tested by 1500 hours of salt spray.
  2. All fasteners are manufactured out of stainless steel to ensure no component on the structure rusts.
  3. Industry-leading warranty on all parts and labor.
  4. Powered by battery and solar panel means no hard wiring into your house.
  5. Not time-consuming or expensive maintenance.
  6. Protects window coverings, carpets, and furniture from weather damage.
  7. Reduces interior cooling costs by shading exterior walls from solar heat.
  8. Allows rising hot air and high winds to pass through (unlike regular solid roofs).

 

Learn more about Louvered Roof System

Look no further than Four Seasons Sunrooms to learn more about reinventing your backyard with a Louvered Roof System. We offer site-specific engineering with all purchases of the LifeRoom Louvered Roof System where necessary. Best of all, you can have and do it all at a price that is way less than you could have imagined and with a warranty that cannot be matched. We have been designing patios, decks, and sunrooms for nearly half a century. For more information about our window installation options, contact us at 888-270-3546 or chat with us anytime on our 24/7 live help desk. 

 

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