So, you have a swimming pool and you’re thinking of installing some stunning glass pool fencing. Should you just buy the materials and attempt to install the fencing yourself? Or should you pay a bit extra and have an expert do it for you?
With such a warm and consistent climate most of the year round in South-East Queensland, it’s little wonder that a swimming pool is almost as essential for the home as making sure it has a kitchen. The weather is warm to hot for around 9 months of the year, so spending the money on installing a pool is a worthwhile investment. It not only keeps everyone cool, swimming pools are great fun and they also add value to your home.
It doesn’t matter whether you live in the suburbs or out in the countryside, the rustic look within the home has a real charm and appeal for many. It’s earthy, natural and really helps make you feel at one with nature, even when indoors.
If you are unsure what aluminium slat screening is, you are bound to have seen it around the neighbourhood, or used in the homes of friends and relatives. Often used for gates outdoors, aluminium slat screening is made up of powder-coated aluminium slats housed within aluminium framework. It comes in a variety of colours and can be made to order so it is the perfect fit.
While pool fencing is primarily designed as a safety barrier between children and the pool itself, these days pool fencing has really evolved into a feature. After all, we all love the look of a beautiful pool; with crystal clear water, decking and some nice landscaping.
Glass pool fencing is becoming increasingly more popular in the Gold Coast area due to its elegance and style, as well as its practical nature in forming a protective barrier. In fact, glass balustrading for balconies and staircases is also on the increase. Glass just always adds class and it very rarely dates.
At Crystal Glassbuild on the Gold Coast, we are more than just a company that supplies and installs Gold Coast glass pool fencing. We offer glass balustrades for all purposes, including balconies and staircases. There is also what’s known as “architectural glass”, and this is used to create features and focal points in the home.
Let’s see how glass and balustrades can become a feature.
Glass is both classic and timeless and also very beautiful. No matter what form it comes in, glass has been used throughout the ages for both practical use and for adorning and beautifying the home. If you really want to add a touch of elegance to your home, or even your office environment, then seriously consider incorporating glass into your building or renovation plans and budget.
Glass pool fencing looks stunning, whether it’s semi frameless pool fencing or fully frameless pool fencing. Glass pool fencing allows unobstructed views of the pool, as well as being able to see out of the pool enclosure. It’s almost as if there is no fence there at all.
A staircase can be far more than a means of getting between the top level of your home and the ground floor. With the right kind of staircase and a home design that suits, your staircase can truly become the focal point and centrepiece of your home; something that will be talked about and admired by everyone who steps foot inside your house.