High quality sun protection for your window front
The vertical blaind awnings from markilux offer a wealth of advantages over conventional shading systems. They provide effective protection from the sun's glare and prevent your premises from heating up in a climate-friendly manner.
At the same time, markilux vertical blaind awnings bathe your interiors in soft daylight without completely blocking out the sun. Transparent awning fabrics allow a view of the outdoors while protecting you from outside gazes.
Even if you are looking for vertical sun protection for your terrace or balcony, a window awning for clamping or sun protection for your triangular window, you will find what you are looking for with our vertical blinds. The markilux vertical awnings for windows are versatile, can be operated with playful ease and can also be integrated into most home automation systems. Get to know our range of first-class vertical blinds for windows in more detail now.
The special feature of the vertical blaind awnings is the vertical fabric guide. The awning cover is guided vertically over the entire height in front of the window and provides optimum privacy and glare protection. When retracted, it is protected from wind and weather in the full cassette; when extended, it is perfectly tensioned. The diverse range of brackets with patented clip system offers individual installation options, from discreet to accentuated. With the various models in the vertical blind range, any interior can be individually shaded and cooled.
Sun, privacy and glare protection
Various mounting options (wall, spacer, reveal fixture)
Drop-arm cassette awnings are suitable as sun protection for windows as well as balconies. The use of drop arms with high-quality stainless steel gas springs creates optimal cover tension. The fully enclosing cassette protects the fabric cover perfectly and the small cassette profile provides a discreet look that matches any building. In addition to wall, ceiling and reveal fixture, it is also possible to install the awning between the floor and ceiling using telescopic aluminum standpipes with a clamping device - perfect for balconies. Attached to the window, drop-arm cassette awnings are an attractive accessory for the facade.
Various mounting options (wall, spacer, reveal fixture)
Telescopic standpipes available for mounting without drilling
Cover tension due to drop arm draw
Jewel on the house
A marquisolette is a combination of vertical blind and drop-arm cassette awning. In the upper area, the sun and privacy protection runs vertically; at the bottom, the incidence of light can be flexibly determined by the drop arms. A marquisolette can be inconspicuously integrated into the facade, creating an uncluttered appearance. When extended, this type of vertical blaind is an eye-catcher that underlines the aesthetic facade design: shade provider and design element at the same time.
Combination of vertical blind and drop arm awning
Incidence of light can be flexibly determined by the drop arms
Optimal view outside
The markilux triangular blinds made to measure represent a clever system for special solutions. Triangular windows, skylights, gables and slopes receive customized sun protection thanks to markilux. The patented clip-on fixture of the guide tracks and the diverse range of brackets allow for various installation options. With a custom-made electric triangular blind, the unusual shape of the fabric means that the awning fabric is even more in focus than with classic folding-arm awnings or pergola awnings, for example. The awning covers from markilux, which are manufactured with the highest precision, are impressive: They make the triangular vertical blaind a real highlight, not only technically, but also visually.
Sun and privacy protection for special windows
Mounting outside, inside, vertical, horizontal or inclined
Round cover cassette with brush seal at the cloth outlet
Tesioning system with high tensile strength pulley cables
Vertical blinds are classically used as window awnings to protect the interior from sunlight. In addition, vertical blinds can also be used as sun protection for balconies, conservatories or patio roofs.
Depending on the structural conditions of a balcony, different vertical blinds can come into question - even if a fastening must do without drilling. In this case, our model markilux 730 provides a remedy. Simply clamp the awning between the floor and ceiling of the balcony.
If you have a winter garden or a terrace roof, the first choice is often an on-glass awning or an under-glass awning, which can already intercept a large part of the sun's rays. However, due to the installation on or under the glass roof, only the radiation coming from above is reduced. For all-round protection, we recommend additionally integrating vertical blinds.
A markilux vertical blaind is also the perfect solution for the balcony at home:
Simply block out strangers' glances and the low sun. Sit protected from wind and weather. With a markilux vertical blind:
Just as diverse as the models and applications of our vertical blinds, are the available options and possible product configurations.
What are vertical blinds?
Vertical blinds are awnings that are mounted outside in front of the window. They protect from direct sunlight, wind and prevent heating of the interior. In addition to sun protection, vertical blainds also provide privacy by blocking views from the outside.
What are the advantages of vertical blainds?
What fabric is particularly suitable for vertical blainds?
For vertical blainds, the fabric patterns from the
Which wind resistance classes do markilux vertical blinds have?
Can markilux vertical blainds be controlled electrically?
Yes, markilux vertical blainds can be controlled electrically. You have the choice: manual operation, drive with motor or radio-controlled motor with remote control are possible depending on the model.
Is it possible to install a vertical blaind without drilling?
If you are looking for a window awning without drilling, you can order the drop-arm cassette awning markilux 730 as a clamp awning. In addition to the classic installation, telescopic standpipes can be selected, which are clamped between the floor and ceiling. This flexible variant is particularly suitable for mounting on the balcony.
Can vertical blinds also serve as a sunshade for the balcony?
Can vertical blinds be attached to patio roofs or conservatories?
If you want to protect your patio roof or conservatory not only from the sun shining in from above, vertical blinds are an option to prevent the sun from shining in from the side as well. Thus, the combination of conservatory awning and vertical blind provides all-round protection that prevents the conservatory from heating up.
Can I have a live look at the models in the vertical blaind section?
Feel free to visit one of our in-house markilux showrooms to experience our vertical blainders and other awning models for vertical shading live. Alternatively, a specialist dealer near you will be happy to advise you. He or she will prepare an individual offer for your custom-made vertical cassette awning, drop-arm cassette awning, marquisolette or triangular awning, including all costs and concrete prices with installation, after taking precise measurements on site. If you need spare parts for your markilux sun protection, your specialist dealer can also help you. Please feel free to contact us.
What is the cost of a vertical blind?
Would you like to know what a vertical blind for your windows costs? We will gladly forward your inquiry to one of our specialized trade partners in your region. He will inform you about prices according to your individual wishes regarding model, size and equipment options of the awning. After taking measurements at your location, he will send you an individual offer including delivery and installation for your custom-made vertical blaind awning. Simply fill out our contact form. We look forward to hearing from you!
Is external or internal sun protection better?
Sun protection that effectively helps against heat indoors is becoming increasingly important. The options are many and varied. Whether exterior or interior sun protection is more suitable depends primarily on the structural conditions. Where possible, however, externally mounted systems offer greater heat protection. A vertical blind installed outside the window is more effective. This absorbs the sun's rays before they can enter the building.