Think of your patio as one of the rooms in your home - an extension of your interior.

Roof terraces should be designed to suit the lifestyle of the residents. A rooftop terrace can be an oasis to relax, sip a cocktail, enjoy the view, welcome friends or read a great book.

Unique rooftop garden

A possible limiting element of roof terraces is the load-bearing capacity of the railing and the surface of the terrace. Plants and soil can be difficult. We need to start the garden design work by getting to know the basic dimensions and features of installing roofs. Apartment houses and condominiums may request the submission of a landscaping plan for approval prior to installation.

Attic garden

For tall buildings and buildings near water bodies, wind load is another important aspect to consider when building a roof terrace. Tall deciduous or evergreen trees may need to be supported with wires to protect plants from strong gusts of wind.

Best plants for the terrace

Plant selection should be determined depending on the existing environmental conditions. An important question, for example, is whether the terrace faces south or north? Is the terrace outdoors in a very windy area? Most terraces have full or partial sunshine, while the terraces of urban venues with tall buildings are in partial shade, so it is worth asking a specialist for plant selection to select the perfect plants for our terrace.


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