balcony design. Friday , February 16th , 2018 - 05:08:18 AM
As reports of the UK′s cities losing more and more of their public spaces come to light, 2015 looks set to truly be the year of the roof garden and the roof terrace, and we should expect to see more and more high-profile, innovative balcony designs throughout the year. Advancements in landscaping materials and landscaping products are one of the pivotal forces behind this trend in landscaping, with innovative products designed and adapted especially for installing where there are no aggregate footings and where drainage and the ability to access flooring exists. An example of this is the ability to install paving and non-slip composite decking in balcony and roof garden designs, thanks to advancements in paving support and decking support pedestals.
Irrespective of how basic or ornate your balcony design turns out to be, it must have a suitable railing for limiting liability and keeping residents safe. Start by considering simple, tubular balustrades and move on to glass or even stainless steel. Ultimately, however, the enclosure, railing or privacy screen you choose must be stable, in compliance with local building codes and capable of coordinating with all other structural elements on the property.
As property prices throughout the UK′s capital continue to rise, roof spaces offer superb opportunities to create outside and public spaces. With 2015 now well underway, we can all look forward to seeing more and more interesting roof garden designs emerging as we approach the summer.
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