Blog » Hiding ugly exposed edges on floating decks
Floating, waterproof decks are a popular modern product for new builds or renovations and their introduction continues to challenge designers and product suppliers for ways to accommodate them in the build. As often happens with new products unexpected challenges can arise and for floating decks the exposure of deck edge details through glass balustrade infills. was one such unforeseen design dilemma.
On a recent installation, one of Juralco's most experienced balustrade installer worked with the project architect to design a special facade to hide the deck details. Using a 123mm x 17mm aluminium slat, they custom made the hidden detailing; fitting them into the balustrade post before installing the glass infill, for a completely integrated finish. Powder coated in the same colour as the balustrade fixtures, the slats blended in and continued the clean lines of the floating deck.
This recent, major home renovation design, included a floating deck with edges that could be seen exposed through the glass balustrade. Once again, the balustrade installer drew on their experience of this issue and requested the addition of a 200mm frosted strip at the glass panel bottom edge, for the ultimate sleek and minimalist finish. For architectural designer Mark Brown (Solutions Architecture), the balustrade finishing details were an important decision, as he was aware they are the first thing you see approaching the home. He further enhanced the finished design, by specifying an Appliance White powder coat finish to match the homes weatherboards.
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