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Standoff Glass Railing System
The standoff glass railing system can be used in both the exterior and interior. Most commonly this system is excellent for interior applications such as glass railings and glass staircases where the entire perimeter of the glass is exposed for a more modern look. Standoffs are installed in solid surfaces such as steel, wood or concrete, in the face of a staircase or balcony. The glass is suspended vertically by standoffs and each piece is independent of other pieces for support, unless a handrail is installed for additional strength.
Spigot Glass Railing System
The spigot glass railing system can be used in both exterior and interior applications such as balconies, terraces, porches, staircases, etc. The spigots can be core drilled or surface mounted depending on the application. There are two spigots per glass panel. A handrail can be added for extra strength and wind load resistance.
Clamp Glass Railing System
A clamp glass railing system is recommended for interior use only. The clamp railing system uses clamps to assist in holding the glass together, while also holding it up from the ground. This railing system has a post at the bottom of the staircase to stabilize the glass railing. These clamps are sturdy and will hold up the glass properly. This system is ideal for quick remodels where an existing railing is removed and a new glass railing is installed.
Post Glass Railing System
Post glass railing systems can be used in both interior and exterior applications where the glass must have a space between the floor and the lower edge of the glass. This railing system has a post between each glass panel. The glass is held up off of the ground by clamps connected to the posts. Each post must have a solid surface to drill down each post’s base into the floor in order to support the railing. There are different styles of posts with or without handrails that give you many options to choose from and bring out the designer within you.
Shoe Base Glass Railing System
Shoe base glass railing systems can be used in both exterior and interior applications, although it is recommended for interior applications where the surface underneath the floor is concrete or steel. The shoe base railing system has a base that sustains the glass vertically. Each piece of glass is securely fastened to the shoe base, which is also securely fastened to the floor. A glass railing can be added for additional strength and look.
Recessed or routed railing systems can be used were a modern look is desired with minimal hardware.
Recessed / Routed Railing System
Why Frameless Glass Railing?
By installing a new frameless glass railing in your home or commercial building, you are sure to bring that modern look and value in your property. A frameless glass railing will provide a polished sleek feeling that will make the space feel much bigger and stylish. Our frameless glass railings are custom designed to fit the needs of your home or business. There are many styles that we can accommodate to fit your preferences.
With over 30 years of experience in the glass industry, our specialization in frameless glass, the manufacturing of our own glass, and the quality of our products has driven up our customer’s demand for our work to the point of doubling our sales each year since 2007.
Make sure to only choose glass railing specialists for your glass railings and glass staircases as these fixtures are specialty products that require specialized engineering from measuring to installation.