4 Types Of Glazing For Your Glass Balustrade

Posted on: 29 July 2019
If you want to create a light and bright ambience in your home, glass balustrades are an excellent choice. With a range of patterns and colours for the glazing, you can personalise yours to fit the space, whether that be for a staircase, mezzanine, balcony or terrace. Here are four types of glass a balustrade might use. 1. Toughened And Laminated Safety Glass  Local regulations specify allowable glass types for a balustrade, but one common safety type is toughened glass.
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Storage Cages: Three Simple Tips for Securing Your Valuable Items

Posted on: 18 March 2019
If you are looking for an economical method for securing valuable items such as tools, bikes, equipment and hazardous materials, you should think about installing a storage cage on your property. This type of structure is inexpensive in comparison to building a shed or other storage room. Also, the cages can be fitted into a small area, minimising inconvenience. In addition, these containment areas are quite secure. However, keep in mind that the level of security is dependent on your choices.
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Got Kids? What to Look for in a Quality Glass Pool Fence

Posted on: 8 January 2019
You may be thinking of installing glass pool fencing but are hesitant because you fear the kids will destroy it as soon as it's installed. Luckily, glass fences come in durable forms that can withstand even the heaviest bashing from playful children. The key is to carefully pick out features so the glass fence will withstand heavy use. Here's what to look for in glass pool fencing for your home.
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A Guide to Chain Link Fencing

Posted on: 26 September 2018
Chain link fencing is generally used to surround commercial and public buildings. It can offer a degree of durability and security. The advantages of chain link fencing depend on the materials that the fence uses. There are various factors that you should consider when thinking about installing chain link fencing. Benefits of chain link fencing  Chain link fencing can be galvanised to protect it from water damage. This is because zinc is used which creates a proofing effect across the fence.
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