Advantages of bioclimatic pergolas


The pergolas protect us from the sun throughout the day, protect us from the cold throughout the night and winter, and give us a space to disconnect, rest and live all year long. Of course, only some of the pergolas are the same. Today, for example, we want to focus on the bioclimaticSystems capable of regulating the temperature and radiation of the sun in the region they cover, apart from suggesting protection against different weather conditions.

This genre of pergolas are designed from the most extruded and adjustable aluminum. Do you want to know what its virtues are? Since we advise you not to miss anything that we tell you now!

The outdoor spaces have the possibility of being used all year round

One of the considerable virtues of having a bioclimatic pergola in the garden or terrace is that this type of system allows outdoor spaces to be used throughout the year and at any time of the day. And it happens that this enclosure provides maximum protection against different external agents: heat, light, rain, air, snow …


In other words, it is feasible thanks to the adjustable slats, which can be adjusted according to the demands of each moment through a simple manual or automated actuation.

Easily accommodating

Another enormous virtue of this kind of pergolas is that they are free in an extensive selection of colors, so it will be difficult for you not to find one that fits in your terrace or garden. In addition to this, they have the possibility of adapting to all kinds of spaces thanks to their mounting system modular. Above, they have the possibility of combining with curtains, blinds, louvered blinds and glass pictures.

It has very practical accessories

On the other hand, you should know that bioclimatic pergolas have accessories that become very practical as, to serve as an example, remote controls to supervise them easily; rain and wind sensors that close or open the pergola automatically; heating; illumination; sound; mechanism for the collection and reuse of rainwater …

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