Self-supporting systems are particularly versatile. The external venetian blinds are attached to the window or the facade only by means of the guide rail brackets. The cover panel also requires no connection to the facade or the structure of the building.

Self-supporting external venetian blinds are particularly versatile. They can be used on transom and mullion facades and conservatories, for retrofitting on insulated facades and for renovation projects. To add the finishing touches to your design, we have a wide range of cover panel and guide rail variants for you to choose from.

Find out more here, take advantage of our free services via WAREMA plus and order your new venetian blind from a WAREMA specialised retailer near you.

  • maximum order width 4000 mm
  • maximum order height 5000 mm
  • Maximum order area 13 m²
  • No fixation of the cover panel to the facade is required

Self-supporting external venetian blinds are ideal for retrofitting and come in a wide variety of designs and colours that will add the finishing touch to any facade. Discover our outstanding accessories, such as the SenSigna, and a wide range of other features for external venetian blinds from WAREMA.

Find the right external venetian blind to meet your needs and request a quotation from a specialised retailer near you.

When designing your self-supporting external venetian blinds from WAREMA, you have a wide range of colours to choose from.

Smart control systems, insect screens and greater safety. Find out about our accessories for external venetian blinds.

Visit us at one of our Sunlight Experience Centres or contact your local specialised retailer directly to get a quote for your own customised external venetian blinds. With our specialised retailer search, you are guaranteed to find the right partner for your project!

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