DIFFERENT KINDS OF RAILINGS
You can choose the kind of railing you want based on how well it matches with the location or type of establishment. Establishments can range from restaurants, your home, or a park. Even within your home you can have railings along a staircase, outside on the deck or balcony. With each location having glass railings as customized as you’d like, ranging from modern railings to more traditional ones. The accents and posts can really finish the look of the glass railings, with metal and wood accents changing the style to fit your home.
Regardless of the location you choose for your glass railing, it will be a great investment for your home. Not only will it make it look gorgeous, but it is also a matter of investing in safety features for your home while also maintaining visual appeal. Glass railings will also increase property value, this should be important to consider when choosing to make the initial investment.
RAILING LOCATION AND APPLICATION
The great thing about glass railings are their multi-purpose use within a home. There are a wide variety of applications and safety features covered by glass railings.
Indoor or outdoor use, you’ll find a way to use railings to liven up an area while keeping it safe. They can line the edges of a staircase, balcony or terrace. Since they don’t obstruct the view, they’re great outside along the deck or garden. If you have a pool of water, glass railings can achieve safety without giving the impression that the pool is closed off in a separate part of the yard with a railing you cannot see through.
Once installed they do not require much in terms of maintenance, other than the occasional cleaning. Which can be achieved by simply wiping them down, taking little time and effort, especially when comparing them to old fashioned iron railings. Glass railings are durable and resistive to stains, dust and dirt.
INITIAL INVESTMENT COST
Probably the most important thing to consider when buying glass railings is the costs. Many variables factor towards the cost, such as length of railing, type of materials used, contractor, number of corners, number of stairs and so on. The larger the railing, number of stairs and corners will increase the cost.
The best way to get an idea on what your glass railing will costs is simply to get an estimate from a professional with the specifications that you’d like to see.