Windows are essential for natural light and ventilation
There is nothing more important to a home than windows. Unfortunately, most people only appreciate the importance of windows when they live in a place that doesn’t have them. We all know that claustrophobic feeling of being in a room with poor ventilation and artificial light.
Windows can be a primary source of light, airflow, and even temperature regulation. To keep beautiful windows open throughout the day and enjoy the benefits, they need to be screened.
If you are building a new home, or feel like the windows in your current home are under-utilised, you might be wondering about your ideal window screening options?
Find the answers to your frequently asked questions below. Discover why screening windows is not only possible, but preferable to all other alternatives.
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Retractable Fly Screens For Windows
In some rooms, windows can be the focal point of the space. In other areas, windows work to add elements of practicality. Installing Artilux’s premium retractable fly screens for windows ensures that your windows can effortlessly pull double duty.
Maximising airflow without taking away from your views, installation is seamless and the finished product is discrete. Ensuring that whether the window is a stylistic highlight or a vehicle for fresh air, your window can account for any and every scenario.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, windows can, and should, be screened. The average home has far more windows than doors, so it’s no surprise that windows are the most common application for screens.
The Artilux Roll Up screen is suitable for almost any kind of window: casement, awning, sliding, double hung, and even louvre windows -despite what most people believe- can be covered with retractable screens.
A very common application of the Artilux Roll Up screen is on servery windows: you can entertain your guests and family and keep the mozzies out of your kitchen.
On a warm day you might want to open a window to take advantage of a breeze. If the kids are playing in the backyard, having a window open helps you to hear what’s going on and keep an eye on them. If you are entertaining guests and you have a servery window, you can keep it open so that you aren’t left out of the conversation.
There are plenty of reasons you might want to keep your windows open, and you need screens to make them a reality.
Thankfully, screening windows isn’t difficult. At Artilux, we can fit retractable screens to almost any kind of window and achieving a discreet, integrated look. Even louvre windows, which have a reputation in the industry for being difficult, can be fitted with an Artilux roll up screen.