The benefit of dealing directly with Peter is that he has been installing quality glass pool fencing for over 10 years, together with over 20 years in the building industry as a carpenter. He is extremely meticulous which is evident in all client feedback. All work is strictly completed to pool fence regulations. Fully insured all work is done to Australian standards or above and done by Peter himself.
A frameless pool fence uses stainless steel spigots at the base supporting the glass creating a seamless look for an unobstructed view. The install of frameless fencing requires either a concrete, washed or honed exposed aggregate, poured limestone or similar substrate. Alternatively, if the substrate is to be paving there would need to be a 300 mm x 300 mm poured concrete strip footing the entire length of the fence prior to the paving going down. If installing into timber decking there would need to be a minimum of 120 mm wide by 90 mm deep timber to attach the spigots although fixing to timber be mindful that timber always moves with the elements.
Product – quality marine grade 2205 stainless steel spigots used (matte black also available) in conjunction with 12 mm glass. Gates used are 8mm glass with stainless steel spring hinges. 12mm gates are available with hydraulic soft close hinges at an additional cost.
Semi Frameless Fencing
Semi frameless fencing uses a vertical Post, with a square marine grade aluminium post the glass sits inside it. With a stainless steel post the glass is secured with clamps. Semi frameless fencing can be installed into paving without a concrete strip footing or into a concrete substrate such as poured limestone washed/honed exposed aggregate.
Product – palladium silver square marine grade posts are the off the shelf item with other colours also available. Stainless steel posts in either round or square tube with clamps. Glass is 12mm with gates being 8mm with stainless steel spring hinges.