Superior Screens  create architectural impressions in residential and commercial building spheres with their extended range of fixed louvres. The louvres which are made in colour bond steel and available in 20 colours, are now available in a range of tilt angles from zero degrees up to 90 degrees.

According to Superior Screens, the extended range of tilt angles has increased the usability and placement options of the louvres. Earlier the louvres were designed as a vertical window cover and now customers are developing their own uses for the louvers. They are also used well with patios as gates, and as surrounds to air-conditioning plants and hydrant areas. These louvres are also used to hide wheelie bins while creating striking garden features.

The Superior Screen louvres are made from roofing-grade colour bond steel and are available in a range of colour bond colours as well as in zincalume and stainless steel. The louvres also meet local council privacy regulations while offering shade, weather protection and screening options.