Roofing For Terrace

Roofing For Terrace

There are various styles of roofing solutions suitable for terraces. There are visually attractive lounge roofs as well as freestanding options or combinations made up of wood and glass that may work better for certain settings.

Price may differ depending on whether or not your roof is glazed; wooden canopies like the STROHBOID provide both glazing and free-standing features, making them suitable for year-round use.


Roof terraces can be constructed from various materials, with aluminum, wood and glass being among the more popular choices. Each material offers distinct advantages and benefits when selecting an appropriate material; however, selecting one for a roof terrace requires careful consideration of various important factors – research must also take place to make sure that any chosen roofing meets fire safety and BROOF rating standards.

Polycarbonate sheets offer another roofing option for terraces: they’re shatterproof and let far less sunlight through than glass sheets; their rugged surface provides greater resistance against wear-and-tear than tiles do, plus installation is simple enough that any number of support structures can accommodate them.

Reed roofs make an excellent addition to terraces, as they can be installed quickly in just a few hours while providing excellent sun protection. Furthermore, these affordable options come in an assortment of designs and colors.


Terrace roofs can serve both functional and aesthetic functions, depending on their design. They are available for residential and commercial buildings alike, featuring features like lighting, seating arrangements, plants and fire protection systems. Terrace roofs may be constructed of various materials – concrete and steel are generally stronger materials that can support more weight. To ensure it can support its load safely. It is always wise to consult a professional in regards to weight-bearing capacity of any terrace roof before undertaking construction work on one.

One of the most frequently seen types of terrace roofs is a pergola. Built to protect patios from direct sunlight, pergolas come in various styles – classic, rustic, minimalistic – as well as materials. Wooden pergolas make an excellent rustic statement while metal ones make a modern statement; both varieties may even come equipped with seating stone benches to create an enjoyable and relaxing ambiance.


Your ideal roof for your terrace depends on a combination of your personal preferences, the size and intended use of your patio space and intended usage. A free-standing gazebo or conservatory may provide year-round comfort by partially opening in summer and closing when temperatures drop in winter – giving an inviting ambiance year round.

Polycarbonate and fiberglass panels are long-lasting, weather-proof panels that offer both heat and sound insulation – perfect for open terraces.

For an elegant appearance, a high-tech electronic roof for your terrace that can be adjusted by simply pushing a button may be just what is needed to add sophistication. These roofs contain individually moveable elements which can be rotated as needed to provide optimal shade from sunlight or wind; plus this type of roof installation doesn’t require house extensions or complex construction work – perfect!


Roof terraces provide you with the space needed to create a garden of plants or relax. Depending on your requirements, you could even utilize it as dining or seating areas.

Terraces differ from balconies as they are not permanently attached to buildings/houses, giving more detail about their surrounding environment than balconies, which only can be accessed from within an apartment building or house; Romeo & Juliet famously used such an example in his storybook balcony scene.

STROHBOID offers freestanding terrace roofing options in various forms: wooden gazebo, half open in summer (allowing a breeze to pass through) or closed and heatable for winter use – as glazed or painted options that suit a range of aesthetics and climate needs; weatherproofed against sudden climate shifts for continuous comfort, with very easy maintenance needs – especially beneficial in areas such as co-ops.