Glass Pool Fencing in The Sydney Metro Area
Sydney is filled with life, involving iconic beaches and national parks spread throughout the land, I live in some of the most diverse cities and tiny towns in NSW. Sydney is my favorite destination in NSW for individuals from all around the world. This significant town is always moving! With an escape from all of the hustle and bustle of town life is something everyone can enjoy, even if this escape is in the town itself.
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Certified Installation in Sydney
With funky new style forever in mind when wandering the streets of Sydney , safety is an important matter when seeking to renovate a room or build a new pool. Sydney City Glass includes a certified installer which services the Sydney Metro and Western Sydney areas with the capability to professionally install glass fences and rail systems in concrete, wood, tile, or dirt. We have many happy customers from the Northern Suburbs of Sydney, Canterbury-Bankstown, to the Sydney South West Metro Region.
Sydney City Glass manufactures custom glass fences and glass railing systems which work to create an ambiance in the vicinity of the house or property, which makes spending some time in this booming city that far better. Our contemporary frameless glass fences will bring a breathable flow throughout your area which also functions in effectively safeguarding spas and pools or other regions of the home that need barriers set up.
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Sydney City Glass
Address: 77-99 Tilba Rd, Mulgoa NSW 2745, Australia
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Each turning corner of Sydney provides a huge selection of companies, popular hangouts, eateries, and much more. With architectural layout soaring over, each building its own unique twist and narrative. Glass fences, gates, and glass railing systems provided by Sydney City Glass , are safe and built to NSW’s pool safety code requirements. Our glass consists of 1/2″ thick laminated and tempered glass that’s climb-resistant with smooth polished edges. Our glass pool gates have self-closing latches with latches at appropriate distance, keeping little children from the pool area when unsupervised.
Sam has over ten years experience installing glass pool fencing in Sydney. Has also worked with swimming pool techs and noticed how many young families had no security barrier to protect their young ones. Many times I’ve serviced a pool as a young toddler is watching me through a sliding glass door free of safety barrier! I wanted to reach as many families as I could to educate and inform them of the requirement in providing a safe barrier for their swimming pool. I am a father of 3 boys and we always had the luxury of a swimming pool.
I understand the constant concern of protecting children from the swimming pool area. At that moment, I had an automatic cover that “you can walk on”. Not true, the snaps wear out in a brief time and a toddler could easily slide under a opening with out your knowledge and there you have it the worst happens, they suffocate and can’t get out. Additionally, the maintenance of cleaning the cover is time consuming not to mention the horrible ODOR that’s unbearable along with mould. It was an “eye sore” and plenty of work. I’d have installed fencing had I known about it back then.
When deciding on a pool fencing, one is faced with the challenge of choosing a essential safety feature and making it look aesthetically pleasing, complimenting both the house and outside area. Australians are spending more time today than ever relaxing and entertaining outdoors, therefore, picking a pool fence isn’t a decision that ought to be taken lightly.
Here are some factors you need to think about;
- The place of your pool- the place of your pool and in which you live has a substantial impact on picking a pool fencing, e.g if you reside in a coastal/hilly place, is the pool sheltered by the wind ?
- The position of the pool gate- often overlooked, It’s important to select the perfect location for the pool gate, as glass pool gates can grab in the end
- The size of your pool and pool area- smaller regions will benefit from a glazed pool fence, as it generates an unobstructed view and the illusion of more room.
- The aesthetics and the perspective from your living/alfresco area- will it look great? Can it compliment the style of your garden and pool?
- Space-If you’ve got young children, is there sufficient space in the pool area for toys etc.. Also, safety is a problem here as they should not have the ability to climb on the pool fence
Regulations- There are stringent Australian Standards that all pool/spa fences will need to adhere to, by way of instance, pool gates must open out from the pool. This is the reason why we recommend getting a specialist, like Sydney City Glass, to put in your pool fence rather than attempting to put in your own. Do your research and use a reputable firm to manufacture and install your pool fence.
Glass or Aluminium Pool Fencing
The Australian climate can be extreme, from subzero temperatures in the south to 40+ Amount (Celsius) heat in the northwest, obviously a 1 type fits all approach to balustrades for your home may seem hopeless. Likewise Australian’s can often experience 2 or even 4 seasons in 1 day – with winds and storms capable of making you move from wearing shorts and a singlet to rugging up on your jeans and a jumper.
Building your house to work with your surroundings is therefore extremely important to make certain you can maintain comfort and enjoy the very best of your surrounding landscape.
Glass balustrades are most common in outside home environments where inviting a breeze on your verandah isn’t high on the house owners priority list but having the ability to enjoy the view is. Beach side high rise flats have a tendency to take this approach because the sea breeze is often readily encouraged to stream through the flat or the breeze can become more of a sudden blustering wind.
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Obviously the salty atmosphere does make having a glass balustrade less enjoyable because of having to wash it to keep enjoying that pristine view. Reflecting sunlight into your home can also be of concern and of course birds frequently collide with the invisible wall put in front of them.
Imagine if there was a balustrade that ticked all of the boxes? You can enjoy the view, promote a breeze throughout your house, throw off your glass cleaning products, keep the kids and the grandkids safe, keep the regional fauna somewhat safer and fit in with the beautiful Australian landscape.
Stainless Steel Wire Balustrades
Stainless steel wire balustrades have become a highly popular selection for all homeowners seeking to achieve this equilibrium. However the one very important fact remains, is that security has to be put on top of the list for any verandah or stage that has over a 1 metre drop from the border. Horizontal stainless steel wire balustrades do not provide this degree of security and can be increased by children.
Stainless Steel Vertical Wire Balustrades
Safe, auto-tensioning, low maintenance stainless steel vertical wire balustrades are arguably the best merchandise for any Australian home irrespective of the style of house you reside in.
We think it’s safe to say that a lot people would like to put in and forget our balustrades without having to constantly maintain their appearance and their safety.
Sydney City Glass offer both an aluminum and a wood railing option that are almost identical in their cosmetics but they both imply that fitting the proper look to your home is straightforward.
The aluminum rail and pole, vertical stainless steel cable system is maintenance free. Simply select your powder coated color, install and the self-tensioning cable wires will keep you and your loved ones safe for several years.
The wood option balustrade has the railing and articles made from hardwood and vertical cable cables can easily be tensioned. Some settling into your regional environment will need you to re-tension wires approximately 1 month from installment but then just a year from there on.
So do you choose Glass or Vertical Wire Balustrade?
Of course we are going to show some prejudice to the vertical wire balustrade because not only do we love our product but so do our clients. And to tell the truth, we despise cleaning and enjoy a nice cool breeze.
Sydney City Glass’s aluminium process is zero upkeep and the wood system will require some re-oiling and re-tensioning, albeit rare. Both systems meet Australian standards and have been extremely popular for both rural properties and coastal homes.
Kinds of pool fencing available include;
- Fully framed glass
- Semi-frameless Glass (glass in between)
- Aluminium Baluster Systems
- Frameless Glass with stainless steel fixings, i.e. spigots or planar.
- Structural Frameless Glass fixed to a concrete channel or directly into concrete.
- A combination of aluminum and framed glass (Pool Fencing with a touch of Glass)
Glass is a popular choice for pool fencing for many obvious reasons;
It’s aesthetically pleasing, modern and it allows unobstructed views of the pool area.
It serves as a wind barrier, which is particularly important in hilly or coastal locations. Additionally, it increases heat from sun in cooler months and reduces wind borne evaporation.
Glass is the safest choice, because there are no horizontal bars which could allow children/pets to get the pool enclosure.
But, glass can be a more expensive option and the cost varies between semi-frameless and frameless glass. See our Pool Fencing page for information and sample images on the assortment of glass pool fencing available.
Another option available for pool fencing is aluminum baluster systems. Aluminium is a more cost effective alternative to glass and it’s much easier to clean and maintain. However, it can interrupt the view of the pool and it doesn’t have the identical safety or end barrier benefits, therefore we would suggest considering the glazed products for your pool fencing, or maybe a mixture of the two.
To learn more on the pool fencing products please phone 0405669933 or complete our quote request form here http://www.sydneycityglass.com.au/contact-us/