Your customers will be pleased when they're shown a professionally installed finish product that's tasteful and retains its look and structural integrity to the future. The Australian Balustrade Authority
, we stock all the parts, tools and accessories you need to construct an eye-catching glass balustrade for your clients. Whether your clients want a glass balustrade installed indoors or outdoors, we have them! We have different sized glass panels, complementing stainless steel fittings in either a polish or satin finish made from either 304 (standard) or 316 (marine) grade steel and inviting staff that can help you to select the right products for your job. Here are our 5 tips for choosing the right glass balustrade For your customer's home:
1. Do Your Research
To ensure you select the right size, type and quality of glass panels and stainless steel fittings, do your research and consult with the customer. Make sure that appropriate permissions, permits and licences have been sought so that the setup of the glass balustrade isn't compromised. Patience and care is required so that the glass balustrade remains structurally sound.
2. Complement the Design of The Property
Your clients want you to offer your insight as to how to make the glass balustrade complement the existing appearance, or new design, of their property. You will need to keep up with the latest designs to ensure that you can provide helpful design tips so that your customers are comfortable with your view. By way of example, you might look at a postless glass stair balustrade that is supported by the handrail because it provides a wide and uninterrupted view.
3. Glass Panel Specifications
Our glass insert panels are made from quality toughened glass. We stock glass in either 10 or 12 mm and we could fabricate panel dimensions according to your design specification. Our frameless panels with either polished or bevelled borders are simple to clean, resistant to environmental conditions, and retain its shape and look for years to come. These concerns are important, so much so the glass balustrade you install requires less maintenance over the long-term.