How Much is Glass Balustrade Per Metre? 2020
Adding glass balustrade to your home or business will elevate the look and feel of the property. Balustrades are ideal for balconies, decks, staircases, mezzanines and much more. Adding glass will allow light to filter through and brighten dark spaces, as well as providing an unrivalled modern charm that complements traditional tones.
In a previous blog we posted, 5 Reasons Why Choose Glass Balustrades Over Other Balustrade Types, we explained why a glass balustrade has many beneficial features over other types of balustrade made from other materials. In summary, glass balustrades offer panoramic views with natural lighting, low maintenance, long-lasting features, customisable options and an elegant look.
Here, we look at the factors that impact the cost of glass balustrade for your next project.
If your client would like a glass balustrade installed at his or her property, be sure to use quality materials. Not only will it please the client, but it will minimise the risk of the client calling you because the materials have failed to perform. At Keble’s Trading, we stock quality glass and stainless-steel materials to help you construct a tailored glass balustrade for your clients. Choose from 10mm or 12mm toughened glass panels, and a range of stainless-steel fittings in either satin or mirror finish that can be fabricated from 304 (standard) or 316 (marine) grade stainless-steel.
Customisation and Styling
Whether your clients are after frameless, semi-frameless or framed glass balustrades, we stock all the materials you need. Work with your clients to develop a design that is architecturally sound and will enhance the look of their property. Once your clients are happy with the design, comes to us and we will help you identify the appropriate materials for your next project.
Size and Scale
The bigger or more complex the project, the greater the cost. However, do not let that fear your clients! By explaining the benefits of a glass balustrade that looks grand and distinctive, your clients will understand the value in making the investment. We stock materials in all shapes and sizes to help you provide many options to your clients that can be adjusted to suit their budget.
Do not let design considerations overlook the structural integrity of the glass balustrade. Ensure that the balustrade is structurally sound so that it will not fail in the future. Abide all building standards and regulations, and explain to your clients why a certain design might not be viable because of compliance requirements. This will provide a long-lasting construction that will require little maintenance.
As you can see, the cost of glass balustrade per metre will depend on a number of factors. At Keble’s Trading, we can help you obtain all the materials and equipment you need to construct the best glass balustrade for your clients. Visit us today at one of our showrooms in Dandenong, Laverton North, Campbellfield and Kilsyth, or call us on 1800 067 687.
Are you about to install glass balustrade for your next client? What design and installation tips do you have to share with the community?