The Equinox Louvered Roof System is an adjustable patio cover that allows you to control the amount of sunlight, shade, and rain protection that enters your outdoor space. The system is available with a 14′ louver, whereas the single cell louvers are limited in length due to warping over longer distances configurations, and each option has advantages and disadvantages.
The dual-cell louver design features two layers of louvers with a small gap between them, while the single-cell design consists of a single layer of louvers. Here are some of the potential benefits of the dual-cell louver design:
- Increased Insulation: The small gap between the two layers of louvers can create a thermal break that helps to reduce heat transfer and improve insulation. This can help to keep your outdoor space more relaxed in the summer and warmer in the winter.
- Improved Noise Reduction: The dual-cell design can also help to reduce noise from rain and other outdoor elements, creating a more peaceful and relaxing outdoor environment.
- Enhanced Durability: The dual-cell design can provide additional strength and stability to the louver system, making it more resistant to damage from wind, rain, and other weather-related stressors.
- More Versatility: The dual-cell louver design may also offer more versatility in adjusting the louvers to control light and airflow, giving you more options for customizing your outdoor space.
However, it’s worth noting that the dual-cell louver design may also be more expensive than the single-cell design and require more maintenance over time. Ultimately, the choice between a dual-cell and single-cell louver system will depend on your specific needs, preferences, and budget.