Balcony’s clear balustrading solution at interbuild

Date: 1 September 2007
Source: Balcony Systems Ltd
Stand 05-A65 At Interbuild 2007, specialists in sophisticated balustrading and glazing solutions Balcony Systems Ltd and VBS Ltd have joined forces to create a spectacular joint stand offering a complete ‘one-stop shop’ for architects, specifiers, developers and even individual enquirers to suit any requirements for glazed balconies and balustrades.

Balcony Systems Ltd will be presenting their complete range of innovative glazed balustrading solutions and Juliettes, with a choice of attractive handrail finishes, such as the newest beautiful finish ‘Royal Chrome’, that offer the designer an elegant, yet cost-effective, alternative to traditional railings or spindles. Balcony is also exhibiting curved sliding patio doors and enclosures, which offer outstandingly different design opportunities.

Distinctive curved sliding patio doors open up new realms of creative design possibilities, which the companies predict will create considerable interest. Available in a choice of sizes and attractive finishes, the doors offer striking panoramic views at affordable prices.

VBS Ltd offers specifiers, developers and house-builders a full service from concept and planning through to design and complete trouble-free installation. VBS Ltd has secured over £4 million worth of balustrading projects on houses and apartments throughout the UK. At the show, it will also be highlighting a pre-fabricated ‘bolt-on’ balcony system, which is ideal for quick and easy installation on all types of projects. 


For all types of internal or external balustrading, glass is the ideal, no-maintenance solution with its clean lines creating a contemporary and neat appearance for all types of properties. Being corrosion-resistant, it is particularly suitable for coastal environments. For Juliette balconies especially, its transparency allows in more natural light to assist in brightening interiors.

The Balcony system replicates the look of structural glazing at a fraction of the cost. Taking the load at the handrail allows for longer or wider runs without the need for posts or unsightly clamps. The glass is always fully secured top and bottom, so in many cases no additional vertical supports are required, to give a clean polished glass line for maximum visibility and elegant simplicity.

Using the handrail’s strength, rather than the base, allows for up to 3.8m widths of straight balustrading while meeting all the relevant Building Regulations. The system also caters for sweeping curved balconies, providing safety with truly stunning results.

Contact: Balcony Systems Ltd, Unit 5, Forest Row Business Park, Station Road, Forest Row, East Sussex RH18 5DW.

Tel: 01342 410411, Fax: 01342 410412. Website:; email:

600450 Balcony’s clear balustrading solution at interbuild
Date: 1 September 2007
Source: Balcony Systems Ltd

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