Nowadays, it is difficult to imagine windows without some form of shutters or blinds. In Europe, roller shutters are standard today due to their superior flexibility and functionality compared to traditional curtains, blinds and wood shutters. Roller shutters can quickly provide shade in the summer and reduce heat gain as well as improve a window's insulation in winter by up to 20%. Moreover, they have the added benefit of protecting the window from things like flying objects during a storm or tree branches. For older homes without roller shutters, or those in countries where they are still uncommon, there is a simple solution: mounted roller shutters. These can easily be mounted on the exterior for existing windows in virtually any type of building or facade. They can be painted or plastered over to blend in or painted to accent your home and give it a new look. We offer a variety of different systems that can be retrofitted with ease.
The angular roller shutter box made of aluminum finds space in the window reveal and aligns with the facade without appearing too angular. The 45° variant creates a balanced transition to your windows and allows more light to enter. Alternatively, the system can also be installed on the brickwork.
This system is characterized by great versatility and cuts a fine figure both with different installation depths and on the brickwork. For example, the roller shutter box can be half hidden in the reveal of your window, so that only a semicircle can be seen from the outside.
Since the aluminum blind box is hidden under the plaster, you see nothing from the outside but the facade of your house. Thanks to the small barrel diameter of the roller shutter, the system requires little space and at the same time helps to save energy.