Semi-frameless Glass

Semi-frameless glass fencing is simply spectacular. Its construction is characterized by having posts supporting the glass panels on either side. It is a more cost effective glass system than frameless glass fencing that will still compliment any home and especially around any swimming pool. If you are looking to make a big impression semi frameless glass fences will do just that. With the glass thickness of 8mm or 10 mm the fencing does not require a top or bottom rail as it has been specially engineered and designed to meet all Australian Standards.

Your semi frameless glass pool fences can be fixed directly to timber deck or core drilled into a concrete slab, it also can be installed directly into natural soil with concrete footings. With this flexibility glass can be made to suit most landscapes and sizes as long as it is within the product engineering design limitations and complies to building codes and Australian Standards. Click here to view Pool fencing Regulations and laws.

BRISBANE FENCING uses only the best material available on the market and all our fencing come with certificate of compliance and engineering.

australian-standard Toughened Glass
Toughened glass panels are stamped with a small logo confirming the Australian Standard Licence Number ensuring safety and piece of mind. Frameless 12mm Glass panels and can be completely custom made to slope or step over any obstacle ensuring the safety and aesthetics of your pool enclosure.View our frameless pool fencing gallery
Stainless-Steel-products Stainless Steel products
Our stainless steel products are constructed from solid marine grade 316/2205 stainless steel bar, machined from a billet section and not from a casting process to ensure long life and structural integrity. Our gate hardware we only use D&D Technologies “Magna Latch” specifically designed for glass gates ensuring safety  View our frameless pool fencing gallery
Custom-Glass-Fabrication Custom Glass Fabrication
Glass can be made to suit most landscapes and sizes as long as it is within the product engineering design limitations and complies to building codes and Australian Standards.