Your DIY guide for Glass Pool fencing and Timber decking

Your DIY guide for Glass Pool fencing and Timber decking

DIY Glass Pool Fencing: The Construction

If you have the capabilities and the knowledge, or have consulted someone who has and are still up for taking the project on then you need to look around for a decent provider who sells at reasonable prices. Most glass pool fence supply companies can offer you goods at a heavily discounted price compared with the major hardware chains. You should choose one that is happy to get in touch with you over the phone or one where you can grab the material yourself. Any fragment of expert information will aid you on your way to putting in your own glass pool fence. This resource is not a step-by-step directions for setting up fences because every sort of fence will vary somewhat in its install and every site will call for a different type of approach– that is why professional pool fencing installers are often required. Even so, that being said, if you do decide to take the DIY technique, we would like to present you a handful of pointers for various sorts of installs so you have a better likelihood of success.

DIY Glass Pool Fencing: Wooden Deck Applications

For the DIY-ers, we only truly advise installations to wooden decking as this is one of the easier types of installations. This procedure is simpler since there is no need to handle cement cutting for holes and provided that your deck is in good condition then there should be no problem with attaching a glass pool fence or glass balustrade to it. Probably the most vital thing to keep in mind with this sort of installation is that the glass is extremely weighty and in high wind zones the glass panels can act as a sail and catch the wind. For this reason, we strongly endorse that the joists under your deck be double in the spots where the base plated spigots will be positioned.

Though there are a great deal of spigot types out there, the majority of them will have a 100mm radius, or similar where the spigots need to be fixed to the timber. This is usually done with four holes in the base plate of your spigot and to make sure that each baton screw (recommended fixing) will be going into a sizable piece of timber. This is done by utilizing double joist timber underneath where the spigots are installed. This will ensure your glass panels have a solid base and decrease the motion in the wind.

If you want to discuss more about DIY Glass Pool Fencing or ways to install different kinds of glass pool fencing or balustrade, or if you want to get a free quote on DIY materials, then please call us on 1300 937 902 or visit our Pool Fence website and DIY pool fence Website

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