Semi-Frameless Full Post Glass Fencing
FULL POST SEMI-FRAMELESS GLASS POOL FENCING GOLD COAST
There are simply so many different systems of glass pool fencing and balustrade on the market these days. As a customer it is really going to be unbelievable confusing trying to find out precisely where to start. We have decided to describe each system to make sure that our customers better understand exactly what is offered.
This option, the Semi-frameless Glass Pool Fence with full size posts is precisely as it sounds– there is a partial frame, and it is supported by full length posts. The glass is established into the posts using a wet or dry glazing method. The wet method is when a silicone is applied to lock the glass, and dry simply means that we use a rubber insert that wedges the glass into the post to secure it. The glass used in this particular type of system is typically a 10mm thick toughened panel.
Each sort of glass fence used definitely will depend heavily on the ground which is below the glass and used to support the sections of glass. If the floor is not very stable and there is a risk that it may move with the weight of glass panels on top of it then this semi-frameless system with posts could be the best for your property. This is because the posts used are set into the ground and reach the top of the glass panels. This produces a rigid fencing system with less risk of the posts moving because the stability of each panel helps to support the whole system.
It is possible to install this sort of system on a high quality hardwood porch as long as the deck has double joists below to ensure that the base plates of each post can be securely installed. As with most glass fence systems the more solid the base, the less chance there is of any movement of the glass which will put it off square. Glass panels that are not square are an eye sore, and also that, unsound.
This kind of Glass Pool Fence system is good in the Gold Coast because the glass panels do not tend to flex as much as a fully frameless system considering that the posts keep it more rigid. This system can also be combined with other types depending on what is most pleasing aesthetically and what kind of budget you have. As the glass is 2mm thinner than a frameless system it generally is available a little more affordable, and depending upon what the ground is like where the fence will be put up may be the best choice for some customers.
If you would like to learn more about the system that may be best for your Gold Coast needs, to get a free quote, or even to get our suggestions on how best to style and construct your Glass Pool Fence solution, talk with us on 1300 937 902.
At Absolut, we have the expertise to provide custom architectural designs for all frameless glass pool fencing applications such as raked glass, coloured tinted glass and even curved glass. Absolut’s stainless steel hardware comes with options for premium soft close hinges to hold 12mm gates and a range of customised square or round spigots along with customised stainless steel special fittings to suit any application.
Our custom glass is engineered to the highest standard by Australia’s leading glass manufacturer.
We provide an Exclusive Lifetime Structural Warranty on all our products structural integrity and installations which provides our clients with cover against any possible defects in our materials or in our workmanship, a competitive edge that gives us a huge advantage over our competitors.
Absolut Custom Glass has been installing frameless and semi-frameless glass pool fences for close to 20 years so you can rest assured you are dealing with a company that knows its business well. Contact us today to get a free non-obligated quote.
Don’t think all this quality service and products will price us out of your budget. You don’t survive in this business for over 15 years by charging too much. We are still one of the most competitively priced businesses in our industry in South East Queensland.
We pride ourselves on the fact we are able to design a pool enclosure that doesn’t negatively affect the value of your property but will add value. We know the pleasure of owning your own pool can’t be beaten but what is just as important is the look.