Servicing Sydney’s North Shore, Lower North Shore and Northern Beaches.
Fully frameless glass is definitely the most popular style of pool fencing. With over 20 years experience we can help design and install a sleek modern and safety compliant pool fence to complement your home.
Glass pool fencing can be mounted a number of different ways depending up on the pool design and surrounds. Our comprehensive range of fencing options work with most surfaces both horizontal or vertical.
Our high quality frameless glass is typically 12mm thick, with pool safety gates are either 12 mm thick glass with Polaris self closing, soft close hinges or a choice of 8 or 10mm thick with self closing spring hinges.
We have designed many custom glass components to over come a variety of challenges from overhangs to bush rock.
Styles of Frameless Pool Fencing
Frameless glass fencing can be installed in several ways depending upon your design, desired look and ground (or wall) surface.
The most popular method used to support frameless glass fencing or balustrades is the stainless steel minipeg or spigot. Each glass panel is typically supported by two spigots.
These mini pegs are set into core holes drilled into an existing hard surfaces such as paving, tiles or pebblecrete.
Timber Deck Mounted Minipegs
If you have a timber deck, or just like the look, ‘surface mounted’ spigots with the surrounding ring are used.
A key advantage of these deck mounted fixings is the gap under the glass to the deck. This ensures water drains from the deck area and is not retained by the glass. Similarly leaves or debris can also blow away, under the fence.
Stainless steel spigots are typically bright polished (most common and most corrosion resistant) or brushed finish. They can be round or square shaped section (as you look at them from above) to suit your look.
Spigots can also be powdercoated and black powder coated spigots have also been very popular in recent time.
If you are designing your pool fence before your pool or surrounding surface is constructed (or completed) then you may like virtually invisible ‘channel fixed’ option. The glass is set into a channel which is then filled with concrete to hold the glass, and the finished ground surface (eg tiles, or deck) is then laid over the channel up to the glass leaving no hardware visible at all.
Button Fixed Frameless Glass Balustrade
Finally, if the fence is required on the edge of a balcony or other edge, the glass can be button fixed to the vertical surface.