Louvre windows from Safetyline Jalousie are being specified widely by architects and building designers working on education projects.

There was a time when louvre windows weren’t very compatible with the needs of school buildings. While conventional louvre windows did deliver ventilation and visual appeal, they could not meet the minimum security and safety requirements for schools.

However, with the entry of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows in the Australian market in 2009, there has been a paradigm shift in building design specifications with more and more school buildings getting fitted with Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows.

According to specifying architects, the most common appeal of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows is the ventilation provided, which helps create a more comfortable learning environment for students and teachers. When cross-ventilation is enabled in classrooms, the school benefits through reduced reliance on energy-consuming air-conditioning and heating systems, thereby, minimising overall operating costs.

Fresh air in classrooms, facilitated through efficient ventilation has a positive impact on educational outcomes, making it a very compelling reason for installing louvre windows in schools.

Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows also address security and safety concerns in schools. With an impenetrable security system, Safetyline Jalousie louvres can remain open all the time, allowing maximum natural ventilation 24 hours a day. The fully sealed design of Safetyline Jalousie’s louvre windows, not found in many louvre window systems, is an added feature that impresses architects.

Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows can be found in numerous school buildings across the country.