Glass Balustrades can add an outstanding depth to a home, and many of our favourite projects have featured curved glass balustrade. We are indeed one of the few providers on the Gold Coast with the skill and experience to actually carry out one of these involved jobs, and we love putting our skills to the test.
The Razor house was a magnificent project In Brisbane that had us construct a curved glass staircase for the high-end building company, the Thallon Mole Group
In the middle of the stairs was an elevator shaft, so we needed to guarantee that the glass panels were correctly cut because everything needed to fit together like a jigsaw. With Custom Curved Glass Balustrade you can’t merely measure once, you need to go over the numbers over and over to make sure that it is right all the way down the millimetre and degree. After several site visits and some considerable number and formula crunching by our master designer, we were prepared to order the custom curved panels to be made. Absolut had the ability to supply the curved glass balustrade in a set of eighteen panels that were curved and twisted to hug the staircase. Our leading installers were summoned to make sure the job went smoothly and that we could complete it as soon as practical. In the long run it was a beautiful project that showcases the wonder of curved glass balustrade and how brilliantly it can tie a whole home together.
The Allys job is yet another one of our favourites and it included these same skill sets, but on a curved glass pool fence that really put together the remarkable outdoor area and sights!
If you are thinking of a curved glass pool fence of curved glass balustrade, feel free to call us to learn more about your options, styles and pricing on 1300 937 902. Also be sure to understand that in this type of custom glass solution you may be looking into an extra 2 weeks in order to get all the pieces cut to length and need. It is a more expensive option of course, but the outcomes speak for themselves! We have a gallery of these properties available on the website at the Razor House Project and our Allys Project.