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Fully Frameless Glass Fencing is definitely the choice for those situations where an unobstructed view is of importance.


Frameless glass has come a long way since its conception with several different mounting options to suit every application.

There are 3 main ways to fix frameless glass, all vary in cost and each have pros and cons.

Spiggot fixed, or clamp fixed is still our most popular method. We only use the highest quality spiggots made from 316 marine grade stainless steel in your choice of styles and finishes such as round "bullet" shaped clamps or square rectangular and satin or mirror finish stainless steel. The glass used is 12mm (min thickness) toughened with all the edges polished and all of our glass is certified to conform to or exceed Australian standards. We have access to a very wide variety of spiggots and we will be sure to find a solution to your requirements.

Pin fixed or button fixed is another common way to install frameless glass and is widely used in balustrade applications where optimising space and architectural and asthetic reasons prevail. This method is where the glass is extended down past the ground level and is then fixed with 50mm dia 316 marine grade stainless steel pins which bolt through holes in the glass. These pins can be fixed into a variety of materials and surfaces and are also avilable in satin or mirror finish, glass is 12mm toughened with all edges polished.

Channel or slot fixed frameless glass gives the look of the glass emerging straight out of the landscape or floor, this method can be arranged during the construction stage by leaving a suitable slot in the form work prior to concrete being poured, or we can fix a strong channel after where the glass is then grouted into place. Glass is (min) 12mm clear toughened with all edges polished.

All fixing methods can be fitted with gates so as to comply with Australian standards for pool fencing. The gates can be as simple as stainless steel glass to glass hinges and magnetic latches, hydraulic in ground floor boxes, or why not ask about the Italian made highest quality "Biloba hydraulic" (definitely our choice).Check out our You Tube video of these great hinges in action.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL4-icL9FmM

or

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR6cjRs6RMM

The use of fully frameless glass for balustrades has changed recently and as such Australian standards now require an interlinking top rail for any glass protecting a difference in level greater then or equal to 1000mm. We offer a variety of different handrails to enhance the look and safety of your balustrade and meet all required standards. Ask us about "Sky Glass" to maintain the fully frameless appeal of glass.

Why not call to arrange for one of our experienced installers to come out and offer a free measure and quote and discuss all of your options and requirements? 

For more infomation click here to download our PDF.