Vergola® was Australia’s first opening and closing louvre roof system when it was invented in 1984. So, why is the original Vergola® still the best?
Made of longer-lasting Australian-made Colorbond® and Australian manufactured Cyclone rated high quality Aluminum Blades
While other louvre systems use cheaper aluminium alternatives, Vergola® continues to use the superior Australian-made BlueScope® Colorbond® that is the roofing material of choice for nearly half of all new Australian homes and over 80% of all Australian gutters and fascias. Colorbond® steel complies with building standard AS2728.
- Colorbond® is manufactured from Zincalume® steel with an aluminium/zinc/magnesium alloy coating that is stronger and longer-lasting than aluminium
- A conversion layer is applied to the steel surface to improve adhesion
- Colorbond’s Super Polyester coating technology ensures the Vergola’s finish retains its ‘as new’ look for longer
- Exterior grade paint is baked on to the Zincalume® steel base giving Vergola® resistance to chipping, peeling and cracking that is superior to powder-coated aluminium louvres
When heating your outdoor living space, Vergola’s double-skin aerofoil louvres (left) reduce heat loss through the roof to keep you warm.
Vergola’s double-skin aerofoil louvres (left) reduce heat radiation to the living space below to keep you cool.
Double-skin aerofoil louvres create better insulation
Vergola’s unique double-skin aerofoil-shaped louvre creates an insulating air-gap to keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter than single-skin aluminium louvre systems.