An effective means of safeguarding ledges and staircases, preventing dangerous falls from height, glass balustrades are also stylish fixtures that bring a distinctly modern look to a property. As glaziers for the Surrey and London areas, with shops in both Epsom and Kensington, Lister Glass supply and install bespoke glass balustrades using high quality materials and over 100 years of collective industry experience. Whether you have a corporate premises in Chelsea, or a home in Sutton, consider the advantages that glass balustrades can bring to the table.
Visit our shops to see different examples of popular glass balustrades, or contact us on 01372 744 427 (Epsom) or 02089 695 682 (Kensington) to learn more about the options you have available. Alternatively, book a consultation and we’ll visit your premises to take measurements and provide advice on implementing glass balustrades within your property.
Glass balustrades have an important part to play in securing your property: they’re a durable barrier installed on overlooking floors, staircases and balconies, preventing occupants from falling from height and injuring themselves. To effectively do this job, our glass balustrades are made out of ultra-tough safety glass, of 10mm or 15mm thickness.
As FENSA registered glaziers, our glass balustrades meet all requirements set out by UK building regulations – making us the ideal choice for companies, landlords and developers looking for the proper level of oversight with their Epsom, Chelsea, Kensington or Sutton property.
Bespoke to your specifications, our glass balustrades can be made however you’d like. Tinted, clear, framed, frameless – perhaps even featuring your company’s branding. And as they can also be cut to any size, they can be used in a range of applications in Epsom, Chelsea, Kensington and Sutton properties, such as:
One big advantage that glass balustrades have over their alternatives is they allow the free flow of light throughout a space, and don’t create dim or shadowy areas. Likewise, their transparency/translucency help make spaces feel more open and roomy, rather than shut-off and segmented. This is just as important in open-plan properties Epsom, Chelsea, Kensington or Sutton, as it is in properties with more traditional layouts, where further boxing off could have a negative effect on the overall interior design scheme.