Professional Glass Railing Contractor
Elevate your space with our exquisite glass railing systems, which combine modern aesthetics, impeccable craftsmanship, and strict safety standards.
Building a Glass Railing Deck
Glass railing decks are modern and functional. Glass fences provide a clear landscape view and offer protection without obstructing the view. Glass railings are weatherproof and low-maintenance. Customize their thickness, hue, and style to match your deck design. Glass railing decks enhance any outdoor environment, whether residential or commercial.
- We are certified and have been committed to quality workmanship, hard work, and excellence for 30 years.
- We are one of the top glass railing contractors in the Greater Toronto Area, having completed over 1000 projects.
Requirements for Buildings of Toronto
Certain rules should be considered in Toronto and the rest of Ontario.
- Ontario building rules must be followed when putting up glass structures without frames.
- There shouldn’t be more than 4 inches of space between the deck floor and the bottom rail.
- Any deck that is more than 30 inches off the ground must have railings.
- Handrail height for single-family homes should be at least 36 inches. For apartment buildings, it should be at least 42 inches.
How Much Should Glass Railing Cost?
The cost of installing glass railing on a deck depends on several things, such as the size of the deck, how complicated the design is, the type and quality of the glass and metal used, and where the project is located.
On average, it costs between $150 and $600 per linear foot to put glass railings on a deck. Usually, this price includes the tools, the labour, and the installation.
It’s important to remember that this is just an estimate, and the real cost could be higher or lower depending on your job needs. The cost can also be affected by how much customization is needed. This includes the type of glass (tempered, coated, etc.), the style of the railing system, and any extra features or accessories.
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