How To Turn Your Flat Roof Into An Asset

Your home or office may have more living space than you ever imagined. You can add to the value of your home, and improve your quality of life through utilising more outdoor space, and even reduce the environmental impact of your home, without having to build extensions onto it.

Do you have:
A flat roof?
A balcony?

If so, you could be enjoying more of the outdoors when the weather is good, and adding an extra valuable asset to your home that could be enjoyed by you, and desired by potential home buyers if and when you come to sell your home.

So how can a flat roof or a balcony add value to your life and your home?

  • Turn your balcony into an area for meals e.g. a breakfast area, and relaxation area by laying slabs on top of the waterproof single ply flat roof.
  • Lay timber decking on your flat roof area (or balcony) to provide an extra outdoor ‘room’ that you’ll want to keep using when the weather is good.
  • Convert your flat roof into a roof garden using timber decking and /or slabs, potted plants, garden ornaments, and many of the beautiful features you’d expect to find in a typical back garden.
  • Add a green roof / living roof to your home. The special layers of waterproofing, drainage layers and substrates allow you to grow a wide variety of vegetation actually on the roof surface. The benefits are many including environmental benefits, and savings on heating bills.

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