Louvers: Why Are They Used & How Much They Cost?


Architectural and decorative Louvers are much talked about and in demand from both the designer community and the homemakers keen to give a face-lift to the home interior as well as exterior. 

What are Architectural Louvers?
It’s basically a narrow, sloping slat held in a frame and typically used to cover a vertical opening, such as a window or an air vent to allow fresh air from outside in. It offers screening and can also stop access, shade from the sun, and also protect against harsh wind and rain.
This is chiefly vital during the scorching summer months when stuck air gets not only stale but also hot, making working and living situations really disagreeable if you don't have decent ventilation.

Louvers: Why are they used?
As mentioned earlier, Architectural Louvers are used in buildings wherever one wants to stop rainwater, too much sound, or hurricane-type winds.
On the other hand, Decorative Louver Panels are used to embellish every interior wall and ceiling in homes, offices, healthcare, hotels, education establishments, health clubs, entertainment facilities, etc.. 

But What Are Louvered Panels?
Fixed, slatted pre-finished decorative panels Louvered Panels are the panels which are installed effortlessly and the aesthetic outcome is incredibly different. Thanks to the fast and tempting interiors that it creates the material is loved by interior contractors. The vital part of this application is its speedy installation and zero or minimum wastage.

Louvers & Ventilation 


A well-designed interior or exterior will allow your home and walls to take breaths. No wall can do this better than the louvred wall. Given Louvers allow air to circulate, without any restrictions around your home, they are appropriate for hot nations, like India. With an easy-to-install and scratch-resistant body, louvers are the finest wall cladding for both the interior and exterior.

Aluminium, metal, wood, or glass… modern louvers are frequently made of long-lasting materials. Available in a variety of attractive colours and finishes, they go well with various design plans. 
These can be custom-made to fulfil individual design necessities and are perfect for use in a plethora of applications, such as windows, doors, and exterior walls, for instance. You can open and close them with a metal lever, pulleys, or even through motorized operators.

Types, Thickness, and Cost
They are accessible in various kinds; for instance, Acoustic Louvers, Screening Louvers, Rain Defence Louvers, Krypton Louverss, and Ventilation Louvres.
If we talk about the thickness and price, well, PVC Louvers Charcoal Panel has a thickness between 10mm and 12mm and the cost is around rupees 1200 per piece. On the other hand, the thickness of, say, wood louvred wall panel is 15 mm, and the cost is somewhere between 1400.00 - 1800.00 INR (Approx.)


Wooden Louvers
Significantly, out of the different kinds of louvers, wooden louvers are preferred by a sizeable chunk of homemakers and designers as they give an aesthetically appealing wooden look and feel to the design. If we talk about the cost, well, the cost for 5mm Wooden Louvers for Exterior Elevation and Ceiling is rupees 450/ sq ft.


AIM Louvres

While we are on the subject, Aayush International Marketing (AIM) makes amazing, high-quality wooden louvres in 12 mm and 6 mm. Its WUD Slats are made out of RED OAK which presents an excellent value to woodworkers. 

No wonder, it’s extensively used in the furniture industry. There are numerous benefits of using this species of wood as it is strong and reasonably priced and offers a finish which is difficult to get with most other varieties of wood.  

Significantly, AIM makes aesthetic and highly functional charcoal, acoustic, and MDF louvres also.   


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