Published at Friday, February 23rd 2018. by caelyine in balcony design.
With the addition of a new balcony, you can have a functional outdoor space for entertaining, relaxation or even work. These home additions can be as versatile and flexible as you need them to be. Best of all, they add character and tremendous value to the properties on which they are installed.
There are countless features to choose from but each addition must complement the existing decor on the primary building structure. If you have copper trim and downspouts around the home, consider adding copper lighting fixtures and an enclosure or railing with copper accents. You do not want your designs to clash so that the home looks ill put together overall.
Always be mindful of the need for a suitable railing. This is essential for compliance with local building codes and for limiting homeowner liability. Fortunately, these structures can be as aesthetically pleasing as they are safe and supportive. You can choose from steel or stainless steel railing or decorative glass balustrades. The best options will both enhance user safety and create a visually appealing and mood-specific ambiance.
When placing a hot tub or pool on a large terrace, however, there are obvious structural engineering concerns in order to ensure proper load bearing capacity. You also want to ensure that the space is suitably walled in. This way, when people step out of the water feature, they aren′t at risk of tumbling to the ground. Check out the building codes for your are to determine whether or not an ambitious design like this one is even possible.
If you have yet to construct your balcony and have some flexibility in terms of its overall design, this is a surprisingly great place for a small water feature. You can relax on your balcony in your own hot tub. This will add considerable value to the home and give you the perfect place for unwinding after a long hard day. It can even have year-round functionality.
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