Measuring & Installation Guide
Measure the structural opening size which is 2000mm on the example below:
If the glass Juliet balcony is being fitted to brick, add an additional 300mm to the structural opening size which will make the glass overhang 150mm on each side.
The overall width of the glass in this example will be 2300mm wide with 2200mm fixing centres as shown below.
If the glass Juliet balcony is being fitted to a dormer loft with a timber structure and tiles, we would need to know the measurements from the centre of the timber post support on the right side to the centre of the timber post support on the left side. If the centre to centre measurements of the timber posts are 2200mm then glass Juliet balcony size above would work.
You will need to purchase m10 rods to fix the balcony which are available at most builder’s merchants. The round stand-off brackets we supply with the balcony screw directly onto the m10 rods. M10 rods and 2-part resin will be required if fixing into brick/concrete or m10 rods, nut and washer secured internally if fixing into wood. It is solely your responsibility to provide accurate dimensions, sizes cannot be changed once manufacturing commences. We can provide simulated loading calculations for the glass. All fixings are supplied with standard 10mm back spacers which allow the glass to be off set from the wall/timber post by 10mm. Bigger back spacers can be purchased at additional cost.
Delivery & Lead Time
Standard sizes can be manufactured and delivered within 10-15 working days in the London and surrounding area. For this product we can only offer delivery to certain parts of the UK. Labour will need to be arranged on site during delivery to off-load from the vehicle as the driver arrives alone and is not insured to off load inside the property. We will send a date in advance and time slot will be 7am to 6pm.