Glass Balustrade Frosting Auckland
Frosting of Glass Balustrades for decks, pools, commercial premises & more.
Glass balustrades are a popular option for many homeowners who want to maintain the natural look of their property while still maintaining safety.
Frosted glass balustrades provide privacy while still allowing light to enter. This is because frosted glass has a much lower light transmission than clear glass. Frosted glass also adds a protective layer, so it can withstand more force from outside forces, such as wind or hail.
Frosted Balustrades for Pools
Glass Balustrade Frosting Auckland
Frosted glass is a type of glass that has been treated to make it opaque. This means that people on the other side of the glass cannot see through it.
In the past, frosted glass was mainly used for decorative purposes. But nowadays it is used commonly around pools to provide privacy while also maintaining safety.
Glass Balustrade Frosting for Decks and Balconies
Glass Balustrade Frosting Specialists in Auckland
Frosted glass balustrades for decks are a great way to add some privacy to your deck. .
Frosted glass in this environment provides privacy while maintaining ample light. Frosted glass balustrades are the perfect solution for people who want to enjoy the outdoors without feeling that prying eyes can see their every move.
Examples of Glass Balustrade Frosting Auckland
Window Frosting is a self adhesive film that can be applied to any glass surface to provide privacy to your living space.
Mainly privacy, frosted windows help by obstructing visibility from the outside while still allowing ample natural sunlight to filter through.
Frosted Window films can be applied to most types of windows providing the glass is smooth. This makes them a versatile window option for providing privacy and aesthetics.
There are a variety of different types of frosting available. Whilst plain frosting is the most popular there is also patterned glass which can help by adding an additional aesthetic appeal to windows.
Depending on the amount of windows requiring frosting, the job can be completed as quickly as inside an hour or take up to a full working day.
We are able to customise and print patterned glass of varying textures depending on what the client needs. Patterned frosting is a popular and durable decorative option.
The cost of window frosting is dependent on the size of the job and the amount of windows involved.
Yes window frosting can typically be removed without doing any damage to the film underneath. We can carefully peel it off after warming the adhesive to ensure the glass stays intact.
Frosted windows can be maintained in a similar manner to normal windows around the house, with some glass cleaner and a fine, micro-fibre cloth.
We can apply window frosting to existing windows by a variety of methods, so there is no need to replace the glass if you wish to get your windows frosted.
Window frosting is typically durable and long-lasting. While the amount of direct sunlight can impact the longevity of the film, high-quality frosting materials can help to ensure durability over time.
Yes, frosted windows can be used for both residential and commercial applications. Whether it’s privacy for a bathroom window in your home, or to establish a sense of security in a meeting place in an office, frosted windows are an effective way to create a private space while maintaining natural light.
Yes, Window Frosting can be applied to any existing glass providing it is smooth and is commonly used in combination with windows or blinds to provide added privacy and aesthetics.
There are no legal building or code requirements for applying window frosting to existing windows, making it easy and effective. The only regulation is around frosted manifestation heights on full size glass doors.
Yes, frosted windows can be installed on the exterior side of windows or glass doors. A common commercial usage is for branding and signage, and while there are regulations around the height of full-size exterior glass doors we are experts and can provide clarity with consultation.