Mega Glass were asked to design, supply and install a balustrade system for a private residence based in Leeside, North West London.
We collaborated closely with the architect and decking company, and had to combine two different systems to integrate with the decking installation.
This unique project involved two frameless glass balustrade systems integrated with the decking area in a private London residence. The balustrade installation expertly blended form and function, where we to ensure aesthetically the glass balustrade enhanced the decking area, as well as making sure it complied with UK Building Regulations.
Mega Glass collaborated closely with the decking company, ensuring the glass balustrade enhanced the decking area in the raised garden and balcony.
We templated, supplied and installed two frameless systems which combined seamlessly – one system using standoffs and one using base shoe. 40mm standoffs were used which held 21.5mm glass panels in place, along with 17.5mm thick glass for the base shoe channel section.
All glass hardware components were finished in a stylish brushed nickel and ensured a high quality finish and durable installation that complied and exceeded UK Building Regulations Approved Document K and BS 6180:2011.
Mega Glass had to design the glass balustrade system with particular foresight for the project. The two systems combined to ensure water was able to run off the decking area, so as not to flood the garden.
The private property benefitted from a frameless glass balustrade system that not only aesthetically enhanced the garden area, but provided expert reassurance and a high degree of functionality.
Mega Glass’ problem-solving ability added real value to the project and offered a seamless project experience from concept to completion.