You will find below several examples of plans adapted to the main forms of existing terrace. Here are some tips that apply to each of them:
- It is not necessary to provide a plan to scale . The important thing is that the dimensions are exact, we will then reproduce the plan on our software.
- Do not hesitate to indicate all the dimensions that you think will be useful. It's better to have too much data than not enough :)
- Chop the area to shade if you do not want to cover the entire terrace.
1 - Rectangular terrace with L-shaped house
To know: This type of terrace is very simple to represent. As you can see on the map, only two measures are enough. In addition, the "L" shape of the house often makes use of the wall return as a point of attachment.
It is not uncommon for the walls of the house that run along the terrace to be of different dimensions. It is then necessary to indicate on the plan all these distances so that we can study well all the possibilities of fixation.
2 - Simple rectangular terrace
To know: The rectangular terrace "classic" is also extremely simple to represent. Be careful not to forget to indicate the wall distances available on both sides of the terrace. They will be very useful for optimizing the location of fixings.
3 - Terrace forming any quadrilateral
To know: If you have a terrace with one or more particular angles (which do not form a right angle), rest assured, it will not be necessary to measure them. Simply indicate at least one diagonal of the quadrilateral, thanks to the latter we can faithfully reproduce your terrace.
4 - 5 sided terrace
To know: As in the example above, in the case where your terrace has several particular angles, it is enough to "divide" the terrace into triangles starting from the same vertex. In this example for clarity we chose the upper left end as a starting point.
5 - L-shaped terrace
To know: The terraces called "L" usually have only right angles. It is then sufficient to provide the dimension of each side of the terrace. Do not forget to indicate the length of wall available if it exceeds the terrace (dimension of 100 cm on the plan above).
6 - Rounded terrace
Namely: The rounded terraces often have a regular arc. It is then sufficient to measure the set of linear sides as well as the maximum length between the wall and the end of the terrace. Know that with the estimate, if you wish we can provide you a plan showing the distances between fixing points (to check on the spot, the future location of the mast for example).
7 - Particular terrace
To know: For the most complex terraces, it is better to communicate us the set of dimensions. If it is about right angles, it will be necessary simply to note the distances framing your terrace. In the opposite case it will be necessary to add some diagonals.
Whatever the form, when making the plan, keep in mind that thanks to it we should be able to reproduce the terrace in the same way. This will allow us to offer you a solution perfectly adapted to your environment and your needs. The more complete the plan, the better we will be able to process your request.
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And if my plan is incomplete?
No problem ! We will send you an intermediate plan highlighting the missing measure (s).
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