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Balcony Designs

• Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

Increasing numbers of people are becoming more conscious of the products they choose as humankind’s impact on the Earth becomes clearer. The home improvement and property industries are no different.

Balconette is committed to carbon efficient business practices. We try our best to reduce the impact of our manufacturing and installation processes on the environment. Our focus on quality and durability means we have chosen anodised aluminium and glass as the key components of our products. That’s because these materials create durable, cost-effective and attractive balustrades and balconies. But the benefits don’t end there.

Aluminium Offcuts

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• Wednesday, November 04th, 2020

To be or not to be…the owner of a glass Juliet balcony. Arguably, and indeed since Shakespearean times, many people have wondered ‘what is the point of a Juliet balcony’ and considered why should they install one.

Modern Juliet Balcony

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• Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

Many self-build and architect-designed properties make use of beautifully large windows to enjoy expansive views and flood rooms with light. How wonderful then if you can open your windows or doors and enjoy the sense of openness that comes with a glass Juliet balcony. Taking very little space and needing no additional planning (although double-check, because different parts of the country have different regulations), a large glass Juliet balcony can set rooms apart, turning them into something extraordinary.

Juliet Glass Balcony

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• Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

Whether you are enjoying a garden, terrace or the views from a balcony, it is great to be outdoors – weather permitting. On breezier summer days (or indeed at any other time of the year), glass wind screens patios provide that extra protection from the elements when relaxing in your private outdoor space.

Patio Glass Balustrade

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• Wednesday, October 14th, 2020

Outward or inward curving, Balconette’s Curvaglide® range of curved glass sliding doors add the instant ‘Wow’ factor to any property. Suitable for installation in existing buildings or included in new homes or extensions, they are as practical as they are beautiful.

Curved Glass Sliding Doors and Windows

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• Wednesday, October 07th, 2020

Thinking of adding a structural glass balustrade to your property? Then as well as major decisions such as configuration and whether you install the structural base channel above or below floor level, there are smaller decisions that affect the way your finished glass balustrade looks. Glass balustrade capping is one of those choices.

Glass Balustrade Capping

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• Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Despite being a popular choice for architects and interior designers, many people shy away from installing glass balustrades because of safety concerns. Glass has a reputation for being fragile and easy to break, so instead many people opt for wood or metal balustrades.

Child Safe Balcony

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• Wednesday, September 09th, 2020

When your home enjoys stunning views along the Jurassic coastline, enhanced by the sweeping curves and clear glass of Balconette’s balustrading system, it’s clear there are few better places for peace and relaxation than a gorgeous balcony.

Specialists Balconette supplied and fitted their Orbit balustrade on eight luxury apartments in this award-winning, five-storey development on Seaton seafront in East Devon. Echoing the curves of Lyme Bay, the sinuous balconies make a dramatic visual statement on the prominently positioned building.

Curved Glass Balustrades in Devon

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• Wednesday, September 02nd, 2020

The contemporary, clean lines of Frameless glass Juliet balconies supplied by Balconette perfectly complement the striking exteriors of a new individually designed development in Exeter.

Contemporary Juliet Balcony

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• Wednesday, August 26th, 2020

Providing protection on windy days, this stylish Balconette Aerofoil glass balustrade is the perfect solution for soaking up the sunshine – and enjoying the rural views – in complete comfort.

Bruce and Heather Crawford self-installed the balustrade, topped with an Aerofoil handrail, to create a sheltered west-facing terrace behind their home near Banbridge, Northern Ireland.

Glass Balustrades in Ireland

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