Frameless vs Semi-Frameless Pool Fencing
They both serve the same purpose and they both offer the same modern glass look, but which one is the best option for your pool and home? To help you with your decision, here are the main differences between frameless and semi-frameless pool fencing.
One Has a Post
Semi-Frameless Glass Pool fencing has a powdercoated aluminium post between each glass panel, unlike frameless, which has none. Both offer a clear view with their glass panelling, but one has the post.
One is Nearly Invisible
Frameless glass pool fencing is the obvious choice should you be wanting a clear line of sight for your gorgeous view. It has no posts, no frames, just clean streamlined glass that won’t obstruct any part of your view. Keeping your horizon as pure as possible, whilst still making your outdoor area as safe as can be.
One is More Expensive
Cost is a factor when it comes to the choice between the two, as semi-frameless glass pool fencing is usually more affordable than frameless. It all comes down to what you can afford, and which will offer the best outlook and style to your home.
Superior Glass Pool Fencing is a family owned and operated Glass Pool Fencing Company based on the Gold Coast, specialising in elegant frameless and semi-frameless glass pool fencing solutions that are engineered to meet Australian Pool Safety Standard AS1926.1 requirements.
Superior Glass Pool Fencing has spent years in the swimming pool fencing business and our focus is to consistently deliver the highest standard of safety, quality and care. Behind the faces of Superior Glass Pool Fencing is years of industry experience, making your pool fencing decision as easy as a phone call.