4. Terrace your townhouse roof
200-year-old town houses in mediaeval centers are extremely attractive and perfect for history lovers. They are quirky with irregular, wavy stone walls, odd rooms, original materials like oak lintels, vaulted ceilings and terracotta rooves. Church bells echoing through the original cobbled, narrow streets and each corner presenting a coffee shop or bar full of people chatting and playing cards.
You romantic history lovers out there need to firstly check out the roof. Often, the rooves are old and in need of renovating. Consider, changing the old roof from a traditional sloping roof to a new flat sun terrace. Can you imagine a perfect place for the stairs to access your new roof? What would the views be like from the top? You will never imagine how beautiful they could be. This is a fantastic improvement to add real value to your house when you are faced with changing the roof anyway. You will need to speak to our technician first, but the investment could be very advantageous and allow you to get so much more out of your home.