Our Glass Railing System is a popular choice for those seeking an airy, industrial look. Made from ANSI 316 stainless steel posts and glass clamps, our system is both sturdy and visually appealing. Customers have the option of purchasing posts with brackets to support the handrails, which are available in stock heights of 36" and 42", or custom heights can be fabricated to fit any space.
Our Glass Railing System can accommodate glass thicknesses of 1/2" or 3/8", and we offer custom fabrication to ensure that our product fits perfectly in your space. Whether you're looking to update the look of your home or business, our Glass Railing System offers a sleek and modern design that is both functional and visually stunning.
What does a Glass Railing cost? Inline Design's Glass Railing Systems are component-based, ranging from $150 to $270 per linear foot depending on the complexity of the design. Glass Railing Systems seem expensive upfront but over the lifecycle of the Railing are often cheaper with reduced maintenance cost.
Tempered Glass, commonly referred to as invisible railings, is used throughout the industry. Working in conjunction with significant Glass manufacturers, Inline Design recommends the use of 1/2" thickness.
Is Glass Railings Strong?
Glass Railing never loses its structural integrity when using Stainless Steel Railing posts or Clamps. This makes them much safer over the life cycle of the Railing System. The Glass infill is tempered Glass built to stringent safety standards, which will not shatter into sharp pieces.
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Square Surface Mount:
Square Surface Mount for Handrail:
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