Enclosed balcony refers to a balcony where solid fences are used as enclosures, and all glass and other objects above the fences are enclosed. A house can only be considered closed if it has been determined to be closed in the planning, design and other links.
It is common to use plastic steel or broken aluminum windows for closed balconies. Their main advantages are good airtightness and good warmth retention. And it can effectively prevent rain, dust and sand. You must be careful when filling the balcony floor, and never directly fill it with cement mortar or bricks. This will increase the load on the balcony and cause danger. It is best not to fill the balcony floor. If you have to fill it up, light-weight foam bricks can be used to minimize the load on the balcony. After the doors and windows connecting the balcony to the room are removed, it is necessary to focus on solving the problem of indoor heat preservation. A better way is to take measures to close the balcony windows and wall heat preservation measures.
Advantages of enclosed balcony:
1. Safety: The house has an extra layer of protection, which can play a preventive role.
2. Hygiene: An extra layer of dust-blocking windows is added to prevent the invasion of sand, dust, and rain. The indoor sanitary condition is better than that of a room without a balcony.
3. Broaden the design ideas: After the balcony is closed, the same indoor space can be connected by removing the doors and windows, which is conducive to overall consideration in the design.
4. Expanded scope of use: The enclosed balcony can be used as a space for writing and reading, storage of articles, and fitness exercise. Compared with the unsealed balcony, it can be used in more diverse forms, increasing the use area of the room.