Frequently Asked Questions
Superior Pool Fencing FAQ's
In a concrete slab or tiled surface, core drilled and grouted is usually the strongest fixing method. For timber decking a base plated spigot can be top fixed, although timber blocking to the underside of the decking will be needed.
Generally the best method to keep your glass pool fencing looking its best is just a hose down with fresh water. If dust or dirt needs removing, a soft brush with detergent and a rinse off with clean water will do the job.
Definitely, all glass used at Superior Glass Pool Fencing is certified to Australian Standards AS/NZS2208.
Frameless glass pool fencing requires a 12mm thick toughened glass panel. The glazing spigots for frameless glass pool fencing will only accept a 12mm panel.
Yes, local government authorities have the power to penalise pool owners for failing to have a compliant pool fence. The QBCC (The Queensland Building and Construction Commission) will be also checking that pool owners have registered their pool fence and may issue a fine to pool owners that haven’t.
The spigots used at Superior Glass Pool Fencing are 316L marine grade or Duplex 2205 marine grade stainless steel.
Glass pool fencing requires very little ongoing maintenance , a hose off with fresh water every few weeks and after swimming will keep your fence looking great.
We use 8mm, 10mm and 12mm toughened glass panels that are certified and stamped to Australian standards (AS2208 safety glazing material in buildings)
Toughened glass panels can tolerate enormous impacts to the face of the panel. In the unlikely event of a panel breaking , the glass will crumble into small pieces and not into dangerous sharp shards.
Superior uses the same supplier to ensure glass quality remains constant.