Our custom glass railings are strong, durable, and made to last. Made of high-quality locally produced glass, your custom glass railings will be made to withstand severe weather when used on decks, rooftops, patios, and other exterior spaces.
Customized glass railing systems provide a seamless, modern look that adds value to any property. Seamlessly integrate glass railings within any building’s existing indoor or outdoor elements, and provide an unobstructed enhanced view of your space.
At AMG, your customization options are endless. Fully customize your glass railing in a few simple steps, or speak with our expert design team. Choose from countless colour, texture and size options to make your space uniquely yours.
Glass railing installation on site is generally a quick process since most of the preparation work is done beforehand, including cutting the glass panels to size. As a result, the installation process typically involves installing the base shoe or spigots and sliding in the pre-cut glass panels, with very little need for on-site fabrication.
There are generally two types of glass that are commonly used for railings: tempered and laminated. Tempered glass is strengthened through a heat treatment process that makes it highly durable and resistant to impacts. Laminated glass involves bonding two or more pieces of glass together, providing additional durability and safety benefits. When laminated glass is broken, the pieces tend to stay together, which enhances its security features. Ultimately, the choice of glass type will depend on various factors, such as the intended use, safety requirements, and design preferences.
The thickness of railing glass typically depends on several factors, including the location of installation, the type of railing system being used, and local building codes that govern safety requirements.
There are numerous systems available for creating glass railings, with several popular options including spigots, base shoe tracks, and post-mounted systems. Spigots consist of small stands that are mounted to the surface and used to hold the glass panels upright, while base shoe tracks are solid tracks that are mounted to the surface to provide support for the glass. Post-mounted systems, on the other hand, use posts and clamps to hold the glass panels in place.