Gibus Med Isola Fly
The new Gibus solution to cover outdoor areas. The Med Isola Fly is the perfect synthesis of design and technology. Regardless of day or night, or the type of environment or architecture, the Med Isola Fly always creates the right space for spending your free time outdoors in harmony.
The Med Isola Fly is a multipurpose terrace cover that can be free standing or fixed to a wall, depending on the space to cover, that can be used all year round. The clean and minimal frame work is constructed from aluminium and comes in a choice of five colours. The slim and elegant framework doesn’t allow space for integral guttering however this is not necessay due to the innovative water proof FLY fabric.The anti-UV ray blackout fabric not only protects from dangerous sun rays, it keeps shaded areas cool. The concertina and arched design of the PVC fabric allows water to run off the sides, protecting the area underneath. In a single structure, the fabric can be side leaning or front leaning, depending on your preference.
The leaning Medisolafly opens a new world of protection to outdoor areas. It’s sleek design harmoniously leans against any architectural style.
There are five frame colours to choose from and 6 fabric colours, ensuring the Med Isola Fly compliments existing colour schemes. All of these terrace covers are made to order and can be coupled, perfect for covering large areas. either domestic or commercial.
The Med Isola Fly provides and elegant out door living space,which can be used all year round and allows you to extend your home or commercial space regardless of the weather.
Gibus Med Isola Fly models are all made to order, and can be used to cover large areas. The self-supporting models can protect an area up to 46sq metres, which is perfect for commercial areas, to cater for customers whatever the weather.
The retractable roof system comes electrically operated and then most users will prefer a remote control device for operation with options on the number of radio channels to control more than one ‘field’ when there are several units along with optional lighting and heating if required.