Frameless Glass Pool Fencing
on the Gold Coast

Add Value to Your Property

The style and elegance of glass cannot be beaten when considering materials to surround your pool area and landscape the backyard.

You and your home, or business, deserve the very best in products and service. That’s where we come in—Gurus of Glass guarantees affordable, high-quality frameless glass pool fencing.

As the fastest-growing custom glass pool fencing business on the Gold Coast and Brisbane, we manufacture a range of glass products at great prices, including outdoor balustrades.

Our customer guarantee will match any written quote in the region, from Brisbane and Tallai to Sanctuary Cove, Broadbeach Waters and Burleigh. Get in touch to book a site visit.

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Advantages of Frameless Glass Pool Fencing

Frequently Asked Questions

Our services stand out because we offer custom-designed glass fencing that complements any pool area and landscape, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of your property. Our frameless glass fences are made from 12mm thick, 1200mm high, toughened glass panels, available in a variety of widths to suit your specific needs. This flexibility allows us to tailor the fencing to your space, ensuring a perfect fit and finish. Moreover, our commitment to quality is evident in our customer guarantee, where we match any written quote in the region. It ensures you receive the best value without compromising on quality or service.

Opting for a glass pool fence over other materials offers a range of benefits that enhance both the functionality and aesthetics of your pool area. Glass fencing provides an unobstructed view of your pool, allowing for easy supervision and adding a layer of safety. Unlike traditional fencing materials that can block views and make spaces feel smaller, glass fencing creates an illusion of space, making your pool area appear larger and more inviting. Additionally, the sleek and modern look of glass adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your property, potentially increasing its value.

Frameless glass fences offer several advantages, including their sleek and modern aesthetic, which can enhance the visual appeal of any pool area. They make it easier to monitor the pool for safety. Glass is resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for pool environments where chemicals and moisture are prevalent.


However, there are also considerations to keep in mind. These fences can be more expensive than traditional fencing options. This cost is often justified by the fence’s longevity and the value it adds to your property, but it’s an important factor to consider. Additionally, while the maintenance is generally low, more frequent cleaning may be required, especially in high-traffic areas or if the water from the pool splashes onto the glass frequently.

Frameless glass fencing is widely regarded as a safe and stylish option for enclosing pool areas due to its combination of strength, durability and clear visibility. The safety of frameless glass fencing stems from the use of toughened or tempered glass, which undergoes a thermal treatment process to enhance its strength. This makes the glass significantly more resistant to impacts and thermal stress, ensuring it can withstand the rigours of everyday use in a pool environment. Additionally, the lack of frames means there are no footholds for children to climb, reducing the risk of accidents.

Maintaining the pristine appearance of your glass pool fence involves regular cleaning to remove dirt, fingerprints and water spots. For effective cleaning, use a mixture of mild detergent and water, applying it with a soft, non-abrasive cloth or sponge to avoid scratching the glass. Rinse the glass thoroughly with clean water and dry it with a squeegee to prevent water spots. For tougher stains, a glass cleaner or a solution of vinegar and water can be used. Regular cleaning not only keeps your fence looking its best but also extends its lifespan by preventing build-up that can cause damage over time. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive tools that can scratch or damage the glass.