Queenscliff House

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Georgia Madden added this to So You Want Louvre Shutters and Windows? Here's the Lowdown8 October 2021

What’s good to know about louvre windows?“They perform the function of a normal glazed window but have the added benefit of allowing you to ventilate a room. Be aware though that they’re not great for acoustic insulation,” says Zaw. Louvres are ideal for clerestory windows where they can help with cross ventilation higher in the upper reaches of a room, he says. “When it comes to cost, louvre windows are a more complex system than fixed-pane windows so they do cost more,” he says.

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HU-934786585 added this to My ideas2 July 2022

Always liked this (Blaricum memories)

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Gayathri K added this to Gayathri's ideas5 May 2022

Is there a possibility to do this to the upstairs bedroom?

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