TOPLESS GLASS RAILING
GIVE YOUR RAILS A MODERN TWIST
A topless glass railing is essentially a deck rail without the top and bottom rail. If you want a sleek, precise look, you should definitely check out our topless glass railing catalogue.
Front patio or back deck, a topless glass railing creates a clean look that you don’t have to maintain. Perfect for:
When you want a view, not a railing system
When you want a fully customizable height
When you have a unique deck design
Haven’t built your deck yet?
Contact one of these local deck builders for a consultation and quote.
CUSTOMIZED TO YOUR PREFERENCES
STANDARD 42" HEIGHT
No top and bottom rail
Rounded glass edges
10mm tempered glass ensures a strong guard
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frequently asked questions
DOES THE GLASS GET DIRTY EASILY FROM PEOPLE GRABBING IT?
Yes, this can happen if many people are grabbing the glass for support. We recommend installing an additional grab rail to the posts on the stairs and in high traffic areas so that people can grab on to something.
DOES THE GLASS SCREW IN, OR IS IT FREE STANDING?
The glass does not screw in to the rails. It is wedged in glass brackets between posts and supported by a rubber gasket. It has been engineered for safety.
WILL THE CORNER OF THE GLASS BE SHARP?
We special order glass with rounded edges on top, creating a smooth finish and avoiding sharp edges.
DO YOU HAVE GLASS IN STOCK?
No, each piece is custom cut to fit your project. Usually, an installer will come and pre-measure the glass, and once the glass has arrived, install the posts and glass all together
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET THE GLASS, ONCE WE HAVE PLACED AN ORDER?
The average length of time is 2-3 weeks, but we will confirm the timelines upon you putting the order in.
WHAT’S THE LARGEST SPAN OF GLASS YOU CAN USE?
Our railing system is approved to have sections of topless glass in 5ft spans.
HOW DO YOU CLEAN THE GLASS?
The easiest way to clean tempered glass is to use Windex, an alternative to cleaning glass railing is to use vinegar and water. A squeegee is very helpful as well.