Each material has its own benefits and attributes that would make it perfect for one purpose but not so good for another purpose, whether it be commercial or domestic. The main materials that are normally used are wood, aluminium and glass, but which one is the one you should go for?
Glass balustrades provide a residence with a certain air of elegance.
Although their actual purpose is to act as a barrier, they have an effective contemporary outlook. As of now, the markets have been filled with suppliers selling them in unique ways.
When using glass balustrades, it is your obligation to use the safety glass that has been designated to you.
The safety glass available can vary as toughened (tempered) or laminated.
If you’re an avid DIY type of person, you’ll know that attempting to fit a balustrade is one of the trickier jobs.
Balustrade UK understands it to be a difficult task and compiled a step-by-step like for those who want to tackle putting a balustrade in their home all alone.
Choosing materials for your balustrades is just as important as choosing other decoration and decorative materials in your household.
Some of the earliest examples of balustrade designs are from ancient reliefs or sculptural murals, dating from sometime between the 13th and 17th centuries B.C.
There are many regulations that depict whether a balustrade is a necessity for a staircase. Most of the time, it is obvious… However, there are some scenarios that may seem tricky and we’re helping you with these tricky scenarios below…
When thinking about your interior design efforts, handrails and balustrades – along with any other types of railing – might not seem important. But they have a huge part to play in any successful interior design project…
Balustrade UK can supply glass balustrade systems as well as glass splashbacks in various colours. Glass balustrades systems are composed of toughened glass, a steel frame and handrail. But what are the reasons for choosing glass?