Laminated Glass for Frameless Juliet Balconies is Heavy – How Will I Get It Upstairs?

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Our Frameless Juliet Balconies remain a firm favourite, and it isn’t hard to see why. These systems utilise a single glass panel to maximise your home by seamlessly connecting your upper floor living space with the outside, amplifying both space and fresh airflow. As the name suggests, Frameless Juliet Balconies do not need a supporting handrail, meaning that your panorama isn’t obstructed, and abundant daylight can flood into your home.

These aesthetic advantages are enabled by using the inherent strength of the 21.5mm laminated and toughened glass in combination with the slim but robust side profiles. The laminated glass consists of bonding two toughened 10mm glass panels together with a membrane layer that results in a sturdier and heavier glass panel. On average, this type of glass weighs 55kg per m2, and as expected, the weight of the glass panel increases with width, which can generate some challenges when manoeuvring and installing.