Frameless glass fencing supplies are the number one choice for your garden when you want to have a totally unobstructed view. As well as that, frameless glass fences are modern and stylish, providing a suave, aesthetically pleasing look to your garden. The technology involved in frameless glass fencing supplies has come far since the idea was first conceived, and now there are quite a few different options for mounting your frameless fence to suit applications of every kind.
There are three different ways that frameless glass fencing supplies are commonly fixed, each of them varying in price and coming with various pros and cons. To decide what is best for your garden, read on.
The first method is the spigot fixed method. It is also the most popular way. When fitting glass in this way, we use only the best quality spigots that are made from high-grade stainless steel, which is available in a choice of different finishes and styles. An example of these styles of fencing supplies is round-shaped “bullet” clamps or stainless steel with a mirror finish.
The standard glass used in this kind of frameless fence is 12mm thick and specially toughened to resist all the wear and tear it will undoubtedly sustain. All the edges are polished to a fine finish, while the glass itself conforms to the most stringent of frameless glass fencing supplies standards.
The second most popular style of frameless glass fencing supplies is the button fixed or pin fixed method of installation. This style is widely used for balustrade applications, where aesthetic and architectural reasons, as well as the optimization of available space, will always prevail.