By specifying Trellidor Rollerstyle aluminium roller shutters as veranda ‘doors’ living areas can easily be expanded to accommodate crowds of guests or closed off when life returns to normal. Even if exposed to sea air, Rollerstyle shutters are relatively maintenance-free, lightweight, quieter than steel roller shutters and are easy to operate, particularly if automated.
Ideally, the shutters should be fitted to the outside edge of the veranda, especially if there are folding or sliding doors from the living room onto the entertainment area. The space between the two sets of doors becomes the area that’s opened up for extra guests and family to enjoy.
Shutters can be used to prevent the weather from becoming a spoiler. They can be closed on the bad weather side, allowing visitors to stay on the veranda instead of having to move inside. If the weather is really bad, all the shutters can be closed allowing comfortable movement between the living area and veranda.
On good weather days, the shutters can be opened for a natural indoor-outdoor flow. Rolled up shutters give homeowners an uninterrupted view to the outdoors – the golf course, sea, mountain or garden. Roller shutters don’t require any bottom track, so they don’t take up any floor space, leaving the floor clear for safe, easy access.
Trellidor Rollerstyle shutters can be recessed into a wall cavity if the home is a new build, but will still be accessible for motor maintenance. Retro-fitted units are unobtrusive too, as the shutter box is one of the neatest, most compact on the market, so won’t detract from the home’s architecture or decor.
Trellidor Rollerstyle shutters are primarily a security barrier and are robust enough to resist a concerted physical attack, making them perfect for closing up the house when necessary.