Over the years balcony balustrading choices have changed significantly.
Ten years ago, framed balustrade systems were the dominant selection. As the cost of frameless structural glass has reduced significantly, coupled with a surge of simplistic and sleek design, frameless structural glass for balcony balustrades has become the prevailing choice.
Whether your chosen building style is designed to continue a heritage of the locations ‘industrial theme’ or a modern façade, a complementing or contrasting detail can be selected.
Types of Balustrading
Frameless structural glass offers minimalist styling and an uninterrupted view from the balcony...Find out more
Vertical Bar Balustrades
Vertical bar balustrades are a common option. Whilst historically they were considered to be a low cost, industrial-looking infill option,...Find out more
Cassette® balconies make the base detail of frameless structural glass much simpler than fixing it to concrete or steel frames. This...Find out more
Solid walls are typically used as either part of the architectural style of the building façade, or as a way of...Find out more
Privacy is often a key consideration when it comes to terraces, continuous walkways, or balconies which have access from differing apartments...Find out more
Perforated Balustrade Panels
Perforated balustrades have become more common as laminated glass has become banned under the Combustible Cladding Ban...Find out more