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Frameless Glass Balcony

• 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 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 19th, 2020

Whether you’re a year-round swimmer or a warm-weather dipper-inner, keeping your outside pool or hot-tub at its best and safest is an ongoing commitment. Investing in quality pool fencing gives you peace of mind but can detract from the beauty of your pool and garden. Install pool glass fencing however, and you’ll avoid many of the problems associated with other pool enclosures.

Pool Glass Fencing

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• Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020

Country Based Couple Enjoy Beautiful Scenic Views through Frameless Juliet Balconies. The Balconette team were recently appointed to provide two Frameless Juliet Balconies for a large 14 metre wide loft conversion project with main contractor Touchstone Lofts.

Frameless Glass Balcony

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• Wednesday, March 04th, 2020

You wouldn’t know the Frameless Juliet was even there

Julie and Paul Dove selected a 2,180mm-wide Frameless Juliet balcony to provide the required barrier to French Doors in their first-floor master bedroom of their Cotswolds home.

The floor-to-ceiling doors, flanked by tall glass panels either side, allow maximum natural light into the room and make the most of far-reaching views over adjacent countryside near Chipping Campden.

Frameless Glass Balcony

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• Saturday, January 04th, 2020

“The views are to die for; that’s why we chose glass balconies”

Far-reaching countryside vistas don’t come much better than this. That’s why Steve Procter installed glass balconies and frameless balustrading from Balconette to keep the views from his elevated Yorkshire home.

curved frameless balustrades

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• Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

Three Ways Glass Fencing Can Enhance your Home and Garden

With slick designer looks and an enviable view of the world beyond, have you thought about adding glass fencing to your home? From traditional handrail glass fence panels to barely-there frameless designs, glass fencing complements a broad range of architectural style.

Curved Glass Balustrade Fencing

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• Monday, September 10th, 2018

The Future is Here

Self Cleaning Glass WindowsSeeing the sun stream through your windows is one of the best ways to start your day. Unless of course your glass isn’t looking its best. Watermarks, dust and grime really show up in the sunshine. Instead of enjoying your day, you end up calling a window cleaner or getting out the ladder and cleaning the windows yourself.

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• Monday, September 03rd, 2018

Balcony Systems Defined

Juliete Balcony SystemsBalcony systems is a term that is used a lot but can mean many things.

First of all, let’s define a balcony. This is “a platform enclosed by a wall or balustrade on the outside of a building, with access from an upper-floor window or door”. So, in simple words, it is the floor and the low wall sitting on that floor, sticking out from a building for people to walk out onto.

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• Monday, July 16th, 2018

Royal Chrome Juliet BalconyJuliet balconies are increasingly popular and deservedly so. Often used in apartments or added to bedrooms and upstairs living room areas, they can transform a dark or dull room. Open up a small window or part of a wall and you make the most of your view and add extra daylight for a bright and spacious feeling. If you’re adding a Juliet balcony to your property, either as part of a new-build project or a renovation, the railings you choose have a significant bearing on the final appearance of your project.

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