Glide-On Cassette balconies: over 30 installed in a day
Although a lot more elegant, it’s like a fork lift lifting a pallet, it’s that simple.
The first part is the bracket connection to the building structure, each with arms protruding from the façade. Read more about Glide-On Connections
The balcony Cassette® frame is a deck made with oversized holes to receive the arms when craned into position. Each Cassette® is delivered preassembled and factory finished. Read more about balcony structures
The third part is the balustrade, forming a perimeter guard around the balcony. Whether frameless structural glass, vertical bars, etc. Read more about balcony balustradingFind out more
Balconies are one of the major areas where façades are penetrated which makes thermal bridging a key consideration. This section explains the standard’s requirements, and why thermal and structural performance must be considered together.Read more about thermal breaks
There are many advantages when choosing a Sapphire balcony. Our unique, patented Glide On balcony products do not all have to look the same. Take a look at our gallery of images to see what a difference our balconies can make to your project. The filters allow you to interrogate the gallery by balcony type or balcony feature.View the image gallery
Balcony configurator creating downloadable details
Our new free to use configurator; CABS (computer aided balcony specifier) allows the easy creation and download of bespoke balconies to your requirements in as little as just 15 clicks.Simply configure your balcony and download your bespoke files:
- 2D and 3D CAD & BIM compatible details
- NBS specification for your balcony
- CGI images and PDF dimensioned sections through etc.
Regulations and industry guidance
There are many differing factors and organisations which affect the way balconies are designed. Balcony regulations and standards span many BS EN standards and other organisations guidance. So how can the balcony regulation and guidance be digested simply? We’ve researched these in detail and summarise our findings in this section.Learn more