Glass Pool Fencing Systems
Majestic Glass is your most reliable glazier for all your frameless glass pool fence installations in Sydney.
We offer a wide range of glass systems for pool fencing including:
- In-ground fixed systems
- Side fix spigot systems
- Concrete channel fixed systems
- Concrete core fixed systems
- Timber deck mounting systems
How do these glass pool fencing systems work?
In Ground Fixed Systems
Step 1- Dig holes that are 400mm deep and 400mm wide.
Step 2- Construct a frame using a mesh and a steel reinforcement bar.
Step 3- Pour concrete into holes up to 30 to 40mm below the glass level.
Step 4- Use a diamond core to drill holes with a depth of 120mm.
Step 5- Fit spigots into the holes. Fix the spigots with cement-based non-shrink grout.
Step 6- Insert glass panels with spans of 2 meters wide at most.
Step 7- Fill the area with enough topsoil. Cover with grass.
Side Fix Spigot Systems
Step 1- Reinforce the side of the deck with enough timber beams between the joists.
Step 2- Attach spigots onto the side of the deck with some bolts.
Step 3- Adjust the spigots with a string line.
Step 4- Insert the glass panels with spans of 1.6 meters wide at most.
Step 5- Attach rigi clamps to make the panels more rigid and stronger.
Concrete Channel Fixed Systems
Step 1- Insert an aluminium u channel when doing a new concrete pour. If there’s existing concrete, grind a 120mm by 120mm chase out channel.
Step 2- Tile the surface up to the glass panel, leaving a gap of 40mm.
Step 3- Mount the glass in place using glazing packers and braces.
Step 4- Grout the glass. Use non-shrink cement-based grout for this purpose. Eliminate any bubbles.
Step 5- Allows for spans of 2 meters wide at most.
Step 6- Apply grout or silicon from the tiles up to the glass.
Concrete Core Fixed Systems
Step 1- Cores holes with a depth of 120mm with the help of a diamond core drill.
Step 2- Attach spigots on the glass.
Step 3- Fit spigots into the holes.
Step 4- Apply cement-based non-shrink construction grout.
Step 5- Allow for spans of 2 meters wide at most.
Timber Deck Mounting Systems
Step 1- Use timber to reinforce the deck between the joists.
Step 2- Fix spigots on the deck with the help of bolts.
Step 3- Adjust the spigots with the help of a string line.
Step 4- Insert the glass panel.
Step 5- Allow for spans of 1.6 meters at most.
Step 6- Enhance the strength of the glass by applying rigi clamps. Allow for spans of 2 meters wide at most.
The main benefit of rigi clamps is that they make it possible to maintain a straight line of glass panels on timber decks.
Majestic Glass uses premium quality safety glass that’s tough and safe enough for making all kinds of glass balustrades and glass pool fencing.
We use our reliable polishing machines to polish glass for blemish-free edges. The machines give fine edges for enhanced safety. We only use clean water when polishing glass, thanks to our sophisticated water filtration technique.
At Majestic Glass, we use toughened safety glass with a thickness of 10 to 12mm. Our glass undergoes thorough testing and complies with Australian safety standards.
We have a dedicated quality control team who inspect every glass panel during the entire production process including cutting, drilling, tempering, polishing, and packing. They’ll set aside any glass that doesn’t meet quality standards.
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