• Monday, April 11th, 2011
Two 7.38 metre glass and aluminium balconies supplied by Balcony Systems enhance spectacular views overlooking Warfleet Creek and beautiful countryside in Dartmouth.
Paul and Brenda Reach replaced a timber balcony with Balcony Systems’ low-maintenance balustrading, adding a second one above off a new open-plan 24 foot square reception area.
Says Paul: “We got such a good deal from Balcony Systems that we did both to match! We wanted a toughened glass balcony and easily obtained an immediate online quote from their website. It worked for us!
“Balcony’s service was brilliant. They sent a sample balustrade section for our builder to test with the steel beams supporting the balcony and he was very impressed. The balconies are fantastic, transforming the open views from our home, which is on a 45-degree hill. We now get a full view of the river.”
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• Thursday, September 02nd, 2010
The Summer 2010 Edition of Balcony Views has just been published and posted out to over 15,000 architects, builders and property developers in the UK, with rave reviews already coming in.
Balcony views magazine
Plenty of very interesting information in the magazine of galss balconies, curved doors and self cleaning glasses.
A further 10,000 copies are due to be distributed over the next few months at trade shows and to all new enquiries recieved by Balcony Systems.
We have started work on our next edition which is scheduled for publication in February 2011.
For further details, to request a copy, to download the media pack or a copy of the magazine go to www.BalconyViews.co.uk
Balcony Views s published by Balcony Systems together with an array of partners supplying high quality products to the building industry.
• Sunday, July 04th, 2010
Started over two years ago the development of over 600 apartments is nearing completion at the “Crossharbour” suite in East London.
The site is part of the redevelopment of East London in preparation for the 2012 Olympics due to take place in London that summer.
Balcony Systems was involved in the supply of over 4500 meters of their unique glass railing system and a special facia solution for the balcony structure.
Over 6 different special aluminium profiles were specifically extruded for this project. Handrails were finished in Balcony’s proprietary handrail finish called “Royal Chrome” which the architects found extremely pleasing.
The fascia were finished in a metallic anodize colour that uses a special method to break the light giving it a blue-grey colour.
The glass railing were required to use laminated toughened glasses so the balconies conform to both European and British standards: