The hotel’s rooftop is not just a single structure that serves as a covering for the entire building. It can be designed in such a way where guests and visitors can appreciate the views and pass the time over food or drink. A well-designed and constructed hotel rooftop, therefore, must be as functional as the hotel rooms.
In today’s blog post, JAM Roofing, your local roofing contractor, tackles the important rules to consider when designing hotel rooftops.
Consider Adding Shade
Comfort should be a top priority when it comes to designing hotel rooftops. However, given the area’s exposure to the sun’s heat, people can’t stay there for long. In this regard, enough shade or covering is vital to avoid any untoward problems.
Ensure Proper, Sufficient Reinforcement
Every roofing company is aware of the adverse effects of strong winds on structures standing on rooftops of commercial properties. Without enough reinforcements to keep them still, accidents can occur. Securing them should be an integral part of the design and construction process.
Determine What the Hotel Guests Want
In designing hotel rooftops, it is also important for owners and managers to find out what their hotel guests might want. They can choose to have the whole space open during the evening or make it a 24-hour operation. For the latter, adding a pool would be a great addition to the planned design to get the business going.
Getting the most out of commercial roofs is all about being proactive and working with well-trained and experienced roofing experts. With the pros from JAM Roofing, you can protect the investment you made in your business and help bring out the best in your roofing system’s appearance and capabilities.
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