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Sometimes, all it takes to refresh a room or outdoor entertainment area is a glass feature. Why? Glass is eye-catching and functional; it allows in natural light, blocks out chilly winds and makes cramped areas appear spacious—all while providing clear views of your surrounds. To make sure you receive quality products and a proper installation, contact the Gurus of Glass team. We add a dash of refinement to residential and commercial properties in Tallai. See our past work for design inspiration.


Forget rickety iron fencing. Increase the appeal of your pool with semi-frameless or frameless glass. Our fencing is architecturally designed to be sturdy and sleek. You won’t lose sight of your little ones or patrons.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to deal with salt sprays is regular cleaning. It’s recommended you use a soft broom or mop with baking soda, vinegar, and a warm water rinse. You can clean away any existing salt residue in the nooks and crannies of your glass pool fence with a microfibre cloth.

Yes. A mix of vinegar and muriatic acid is recommended. Place a rag or towel over the stained area and carefully pour the mixture onto it. You don’t want this solution in your pool, so make sure there’s no overflow and mop up any spills.

Don’t worry, glass stairs are safe and sound. They’re manufactured to Australian and New Zealand standards out of tempered glass.

Tempered glass, otherwise known as toughened glass, is a safety glass processed via controlled thermal or chemical treatments. It’s a lot stronger than regular glass. If shattered, tempered glass breaks into chunks instead of splintering into shards. These chunks are less likely to cause injury.