Balustrades are the ideal way to partition or define your outdoor area whilst still allowing the space to feel open. Balustrades can be used to separate a patio or decking area from the rest of the garden, to form a private seating area or to give safety if the garden is on split levels. There are many options when it comes to balustrades and how they can be utilised within your garden.
Unlike fencing balustrades provide some privacy or separation without completely blocking off the garden, the spindles allow you to see through the structure and at approximately 1.1m high they are not as obtrusive as fencing. Balustrades can also be referred to as handrails and used on ramps or stairs as a safety measure.
Balustrades are available in a variety of styles and designs to suit a various projects. Composite balustrades are just one style available but offer a stylish, low maintenance, long life option.
The SAiGE composite balustrade system has been designed with no visible fixings to create a sleek look, it’s available in straight and staircase options. Aluminium handrails and posts finished in powder-coated anthracite grey give the system strength and durability. The composite spindles are available in grey, coffee or charcoal to match the SAiGE decking range. The aluminium posts can also be used with a glass in-fill for a more contemporary look.
Why use composite balustrades over a timber balustrade. There are many advantages to using the SAiGE composite balustrade system:
- High strength
- High specification
- Low maintenance
- Easy to install
- Does not warp, rot or twist