It’s only when you get up close to this tiled roof extension that you realise the abundance of spaciousness it offers. But that extra bit of spaciousness it brings would be useless if the inside failed to provide sufficient temperature. Thankfully the tiled roof keeps it cosy and there’s always the option of opening the windows in the steep roof whenever the internal temperature exceeds the norm. The roof windows will also give the sun dual entrance points into the extension so that the spotlights only need to be operated at night.
Those spotlights will be invaluable after sunset if the occupants want to sink into the separate sofa areas and listen to their favourite tunes in the same vibrant atmosphere experienced in the daytime. But it’s undoubtedly the brickwork of the design and the tiled roof that impress most. There’s barely any difference between the brickwork used in the extension and the traditional brickwork of the house. The exact same could be said of the tiled roof and house roof tiles, only the tiles on the extension’s roof won’t succumb to the weather and expose the structure to potential future problems. It may look small, but this extension makes an instantly big impression.
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