Frameless Glass Balustrading

Frameless glass balustrading, also known as structural glass balustrading, is a type of balustrade that uses glass as the primary structural element. It is typically composed of toughened laminated glass, which is a type of glass that is made up of two or more layers of glass that are bonded together with a PVB interlayer. This makes the glass extremely strong and durable, and it is able to withstand high loads.

Frameless glass balustrades are typically secured in place using a variety of methods, including:

  • Base fixings: These fixings are attached to the floor or other substrate, and the glass panels are then clamped into place.
  • Top fixings: These fixings are attached to the top of the glass panels, and they are typically used in conjunction with base fixings.
  • Channel fixings: These fixings are used to secure the glass panels into a channel that is attached to the floor or other substrate.

Frameless glass balustrades can be used in a variety of applications, including:

  • Balconies
  • Terraces
  • Staircases
  • Mezzanines
  • Pool surrounds
  • Interior partitions

Frameless glass balustrades are a popular choice for many homeowners and businesses because they offer a number of advantages, including:

  • Uninterrupted views: Frameless glass balustrades do not obstruct views, so they are a great way to enjoy the scenery from your balcony or terrace.
  • Contemporary design: Frameless glass balustrades have a sleek and modern design that can enhance the look of any property.
  • Durability: Frameless glass balustrades are extremely durable and can withstand high loads.
  • Low maintenance: Frameless glass balustrades are easy to clean and maintain.

Overall, frameless glass balustrades are a stylish, durable, and low-maintenance option for a variety of applications.

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