Timber Brise Soleil – Weybridge

The pictures below show vertical timber brise soleil recently supplied and fitted by NLC for an ongoing project on a new care home in Weybridge – There will be more brise soleil to follow!

These brise soleil panels feature western red cedar 145mm elliptical blades fixed into laser cut aluminium side frames.

Vertical Brise Soleil – Blackheath London

Here we have a vertical brise soleil project recently supplied and fitted by NLC on residential flats in Blackheath, London.

This project was fabricated using our SOL 150-E elliptical blades fixed onto 100x40mm aluminium box section at 14.4 degrees via our birdbeak  brackets.All components were polyester powder coated in 7021 with a matt finish.

Timber Brise Soleil – Residential Property, Northamptonshire

Another one of NLC’s recent installations came in the form of horizontal timber brise soleil on a residential property in Northamptonshire.

These panels consisted of western red cedar blades with an elliptical profile.

Vertical Solar Shading – Egerton Manor, Care Centre

Vertical box section blades (R150) were used for the Brise Soleil panels supplied and fitted by Nationwide Louvre Company at this new care centre in Egerton.

Brise Soleil – Housing Development, Fairford

NLC recently installed the Brise Soleil on a residential property which is part of an ongoing housing development project in Cotswold Waters, Fairford.

All panels are factory fabricated and fitted on site by NLC engineers. These solar shading panels were fabricated using our 150mm elliptical blade and finished in polyester powder coating RAL 7016 Semi-Gloss.

Horizontal Solar Shading – Residential Property, Newport

The pictures below show a horizontal solar shading project recently supplied and installed by NLC on a residential property in Newport.

The solar shading panels were made using our 150mm wide elliptical blade powder coated in 7022 Matt. This particular project featured 5 fully welded corners to allow the panels to run continuously along the face of the building and around the corner.

These runs of solar shading were used on both the ground and first floor of the building to help prevent solar gain through the large windows featured on the property.

Triangular Brise Soleil – Residential, Winchester

NLC recently supplied and installed this triangular solar shading panel for a residential property in Winchester. This large solar shading panel features our 150mm elliptical blade attached via birdbeak brackets to a welded box section frame. All components were polyester powder coated 7021 Matt at the customers request.

Residential Property – Solar Shading – Sidmouth

Nationwide Louvre Company recently supplied and installed this run of horizontal solar shading to a residential property in Sidmouth.

The solar shading was fabricated using our SOL 150-E elliptical blades and a fully welded external corner allowing the panels to flow seamlessly around the building.
As usual all components were polyester powder coated to our customers specifications.

Vertical Brise Soleil Panels and Louvred Bin Store – Oxfordshire

Vertical Brise Soleil – Chinnor, Oxfordshire

NLC supplied and installed the Louvre Screen and Brise Soleil shown below at The Sanderum Centre in Oxfordshire. The Brise Soleil brackets were installed directly onto the face of the window frames so that panels came down vertically approximately 200mm in front of the window ( to allow for cleaning ). The shading was designed to wrap around all three sizes of the glazed entrance area with the use of compound mitred blades with welded corners. EL100GG-Z Louvre Screen blades were used for the bin store screen and they were fixed back to a box section support frame via. mullions and slotted fixings cleats. All louvre screen components including the box section support frame were fabricated and installed by NLC.

Brise Soleil – Office Development, Great Yarmouth

Solar Shading – Great Yarmouth

The solar shading on this project provided reduction in solar gain for two new office buildings in Great Yarmouth. The two buildings had shading on both the ground and first floor. 120mm elliptical aluminium blades were used on this project and the panels were supported by 10mm thick aluminium brackets that were fixed the support steelwork prior to installation of cladding. The cladding contractor then profiled around the fins of the primary brackets and NLC returned at a later date to install the panels. Cover plates were supplied with the panels to cover the cut in the cladding and to ensure a clean finish around the bracket fins.