Razor House Glass Fencing Gold Coast

Your guide to Gold Coast Pool Fences and Pool Fence Channels.

Gold Coast Glass Pool Fences are a confusing area to figure out. And that is certainly exactly why we want to try to teach everyone about the different types of Glass Pool Fences that are available on the Gold Coast. This short article will take you through your options for Semi-Frameless Glass Pool Fences and the kinds of posts that you can select.

Visible Channel System

In the Gold Coast, Just one of these types of systems is actually the Channel Fixed system. It essentially involved developing a gully for the glass to settle into, instead of having the glass held up by spigots. This system is certainly the recommended choice for a few of our customers that may not actually appreciate the look of spigots extending from the ground.

The glass used here in this sort of setup is 12mm thick toughened and is available in various widths to suit many different fence configurations.

For this particular system, we fix an aluminium channel to the ground, that should be a firm concrete foundation. The channel sits on top of the ground and has a special plastic insert to make sure the glass is simply never leaning on a solid surface. The glass is then inserted into the channel and held in place with a friction system making certain the glass won’t shift or slip out of place.

Invisible Channel System.

In this section, we would like to take you through the Pool Fence Channels system that we call an ‘invisible channel fix system’. It is actually a popular choice because it makes the glass seem to come straight out of the floor without any need for any other kind of hardware or fixtures.

The glass made use of for this type of work is a 12mm thick toughened panel that is 135cm high and can be found in various widths to fit all sorts of fence configurations. This type of installation achieved the highest degree of aesthetics, and a 5-star ‘ experience’. However, for you to achieve this, it requires a little more work in the beginning well before the glass is set. We often have inquiries for this type of system when your home is being built– which means that we have the chance to communicate with the builder before the installation. We can nonetheless install this around existing pools and buildings, but it does need some concrete cutting and comprehensive preparation

 

For many years, we have improved our system of this installation and have actually been using this now for many years. Firstly, a channel is cut into the cement along the fence line. These Pool Fence Channels are 10cm deep and approximately 4.5 cm wide. We after that lay a specific type of shock absorbing plastic into the channel that our team will use to sit the glass on. We next set the glass right into the channel, in position and start to fill up the gap with a special sort of non-shrinking grout that essentially will support the glass vertically.

 

For this kind of installation preparation is essential, and we have a lot of years of expertise behind us that we do not make miscalculations. If errors are made in the planning and setting of the glass panels then it is an expensive and unpleasant job to have to clear away panels to re-set them. This is due to the fact that the glass actually does rise out of the ground with an invisible channel system. There is nothing visible except for the glass panel itself. No spigots, no posts, no gleaming little bits of hardware protruding.

We would say this is one of the most minimalistic look we can achieve with glass pool fencing and Pool Fence Channels, and if this is the look you are after then this will be the most ideal choice for you. We still can make sure that the pool fence meets all safety regulations for swimming pool fences and make sure the fence will pass the ideal certification. The system we use has been developed and refined by us and we have not seen anything else on the marketplace that comes close.

 

So, what is the best option for Pool Fence Channels?

Although the channel, when set on top of the ground can be a little more intrusive than other systems a lot comes down to individual taste and the visual look that you are after for your property. As the channel runs the span of the glass panel it can appear to give a appearance of being set into the ground.

If you want to learn more about Pool Fence Channels or the system that might be best for your Gold Coast needs, to get a free quote, or perhaps even to get our suggestions on how best to design and structure your Glass Pool Fence solution, talk with us on 1300 937 902 or see more of our products on the Custom Glass website 

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