Curved lean-to wooden terrace enclosure
Choice of colours
Choice of colours
AN EXTENSION OF THE HOUSE
The lean-to enclosure is directly connected to the house, in a perpendicular position.
The modules of this enclosure can be placed at the extremity of the terrace or against the house in order to free up as much space as possible.
A configuration adopted in particular by hotel and restaurant professionals for removable covered terraces in a veranda style.
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Highly resistant glued laminated
timber frame, in compliance with
the NF-50-100 standard -
Wood guaranteed against humidity.
4 mm clear polycarbonate gable infill,
UV treated on both sides
Curved roof in 10 mm polycarbonate honeycomb
Side filling in 3 mm clear polycarbonate
with UV treatment on both sides
Exclusive ground rail with
316 L stainless steel rollers, its inverted
"V" or rounded shape enables
perfect parallel guidance of the
elements and easy handling
Unparalleled transparency and
clarity on the sides thanks to the absence
of a horizontal crossbar
Specific waterproofing arch that
enables connecting to a façade
or a roof overhang ensuring a junction with a building
Wide range of colours for the wood
Both the wooden and aluminium parts are available in a wide range of colours and shades.
As the name suggests, the façade can be folded up. Its notched surface uprights can be adjusted so that the panels are always joined together.
Sliding doors for curved enclosures
Single, double, or triple sliding doors on the back or front of the enclosure.
The rotunda opening is made possible by a half-moon that slides along a central stainless steel shaft. No ground rails.
Specific waterproofing arch that enables connection to a façade or a roof overhang, ensuring a connection with a building
All orders are made to measure. Our technicians carry out a precise survey of the dimensions of the pool before production begins. Our shelters are delivered and assembled on your premises by our expert installers.
for 10 years
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