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Outdoor Glass With Handrail — Pool Fencing in Benowa, QLD

Luxury Products at Reasonable Prices

At Gurus of Glass, we can transform any pool or outdoor area into a resort-style getaway with glass fencing. Not only does glass offer a timeless look, but it’s also practical. You’ll be able to safeguard your family, friends, pets, or patrons.


Some benefits of glass pool fencing include:

  • There are no hand or footholds, so it’s difficult to climb
  • It’s not affected by water, chlorine & other chemicals
  • It’s a hygienic material that’s easy to clean
  • It doesn’t attract wasps as wood fences do

And—most importantly—you’ll have a clear view of the water and your gorgeous landscape.


Call us on 1300 562 077 to discuss your needs. We provide a wide range of glass products to residential and commercial clients in Sanctuary Cove.

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House With Glass Balustrade And Fencing — Pool Fencing in Benowa, QLD

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Frequently Asked Questions

One effective method of keeping birds away from your glass structures is to lay down translucent, double-sided tape strips on the balustrades. Another is to hang tin foil. However, these methods can impact the aesthetics of your new glass barriers. We suggest admiring your local birdlife and sticking to a cleaning schedule to ensure your glass continues to look pristine.

Yes. Glass balustrades draw attention without outshining décor in your home. They’re the right amount of class and splendour. Glass balustrades also create a fantastic visual effect that makes small spaces appear larger.

Spigots are stainless steel posts used to secure frameless glass structures, like fencing and balustrades. They’re available in round or square shapes.

Generally, yes. All frameless glass balustrades require some kind of handrail if the fall from the balcony is 1 metre high or more.