Los Angeles Rooftop01 Jun, 2018 @ 3:50 PM
Our most recent installation led us to the heart of Los Angeles. We were tasked with adding privacy and redefining our client’s rooftop space. A wide open space with a lovely view of the surrounding city, the rooftop had little to offer in terms of privacy. Guests of the space were subjected to neighbors looking in and unsightly views of vacated rooftop of smaller surrounding buildings. So, how did we help?
Using our UV rated, maintenance free and weather resistant boxwood, we added custom sized panels to the existing rooftop railings. The boxwood panels added an extra six inches of height to the transparent railing. The added height quickly blocked the unsightly views of the surrounding buildings and provided increased privacy.
Due to strict building codes, we couldn’t permanently attach the panels to the railings. Normally, we would screw the panels to the existing structure, but we had to work around that to appease the building owner. Instead, we used connectors and the panels went up with ease.
How Can We Redefine Your Space?
Create Privacy Using Privacy Panels and/or Hedges
Add Life and Color via a Custom Living Wall
Create an Archway or Entryway
Use Hedges to Break up your Space
For this installation, once the boxwood panels were connected, the transition was immediately noticeable. The Medium Green Boxwood went well with the existing greenery and added privacy making the rooftop feel secluded and welcoming at the same time.
We install all over Southern California and beyond. If you’re currently pondering the notion of creating privacy via artificial boxwood, I’d encourage you to take a look and see how we have successfully done so in the past. Located in Southern California, Geranium Street USA is proud to provide our customers with top of the line, custom made products. If you would like more information about the possibilities that await when you choose to create privacy and redefine your space with artificial boxwood, don’t hesitate to call sales manager Martin Portilla at (760) 294-9063 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today for answers to any questions you may have.