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Deck add-ons

We don't just stop at building you a deck or patio roof, there is a full catalogue of add ons and accessories that are also available. • Bench seating • Privacy screens • Glass pool fencing and balustrades • Aluminium fencing • Lighting (Low voltage LEDs) • Blinds • Built in planter boxes

Deck add-ons

Outdoor Bench Seating

Privacy screens

Glass Pool Fencing & Balustrade

Aluminium Fencing

Lighting

Outdoor Blinds

Built in Planter Boxes

Glass Pool Fencing

Size: 10.0m long x 1.2m high
Materials: 12mm Toughened glass on stainless steel spigots
Min: $2800.00
Max: $4000.00

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Glass Fencing & Balustrades

Glass Fencing & Balustrades

Glass pool fencing offers an unrestricted view of your area while maintaining a safe zone

Stainless steel spigots are either core drilled into the concrete floor or surface attached to the deck. 12mm toughened glass which exceeds Australian standards and self closing gates to comply with pool safety regulations

The glass can be pre primed with a special coating prior to installation to make cleaning a very rare event.

Glass balustrades add a touch of class to any deck, verandah, or balcony. The clean lines make for a very contemporary look. Stainless spigots attached to the deck surface with a handrail of either merbau 90x42mm or stainless steel.

Stainless Steel Wire Balustrades & Handrails

Stainless Steel Wire Balustrades & Handrails

Stainless steel wire balustrades provide an unobstructed view from your deck with a clean and modern look. We use 316 marine grade wires and componentry.

11 wires are required with 80mm gaps with a handrail height of 1.0m. We typically use a factory swaged system to ensure your safety, the turnbuckles are slimline for a sleek finish.

The handrail is either made of hardwood with 90x90 posts and a top rail of 90x42, or stainless steel system is used for lower maintenance

Aluminium Privacy Screens

Aluminium Privacy Screens

Privacy screens are a way to give you and your neighbour the ability to relax and entertain on your deck without prying eyes, or maybe its just to hide a bad view. Privacy screens are generally made of the matching decking timbers ie Merbau hardwood, or powdercoated aluminum. The best part of aluminium screens are that you never have to maintain them, apart from an annual hose off if they become dusty. You have the option of positioning the slat horizontally or vertically depending on your taste and circumstances