Glass Fence & Railing Hardware
These marine-grade stainless steal spigots are used in our frameless glass railing systems. They are also commonly referred to as frameless clamps, glass to surface clamps, stanchions, or surface base mounts. Spigots can be powder coated to your color preference.
This system uses a continuous channel along the mounting surface to seats the glass in place. Base shoes systems are also commonly referred to as a glazed channel glass clamp system.
Top Cap Railing
This railing system can be added to almost any glass railing or enclosure. It clamps onto the top of the glass for added structural stability and acts as hand railing.
Posted Glass Railing Systems
This system uses surface mounted posts to support individual panels of glass. Posts can be customized in shape, finish, and color. Full Height posted systems are necessary for 6’ tall systems or higher.
Stand Off Pin Systems
This system attaches the glass to a vertical surface using large diameter pins. They are commonly used on for stairways, and sometimes with outdoor glass balconies.
Edge Mount Systems
Similar to a spigot system but utilized to align the glass edge with the surface edge. They require less space to mount, leaving more room on your porch or balcony.
Fascia Mount Systems
Fascia mounts are also vertically mounted systems that use a slot to support and clamp onto the glass. With these clips, the bottom of your glass railing begins below your mounting surface, maximizing available surface area.
Glass to Glass Clip
This piece is used to connect panes of glass in frameless systems. It sits between glass panels to keep perfect alignment over time and increase strength. Glass to glass clips are optional, though we recommend them on systems 48” tall or higher.
D clips are used to connect a panes of glass to vertical surfaces like walls or gate posts. The glass panel runs perpendicular to the wall and is secured in place by the small stainless steel clip.
Articulating Glass to Glass Clip
Sometimes referred to as bracing clamps, these clips sustain alignment of glass panels overtime and increase strength. These are used the same way as standard glass-to-glass clips, but allow connecting two panels that form an obtuse or 90° angle. We recommend these clips on systems 48” tall or higher.
Self Latching Gate
This slow closing, self-latching gate system is our standard gate component for frameless and semi frameless systems. The magnetic self-latching hardware ensures that gates are not accidentally left open, meaning your kids and pets stay safe. These gates cannot be pushed through, and must be opened by pulling the pin out of the latch.
Upgraded Locking Handle Gate
This hardware option resembles a commercial lever lock door handle for a glass gate. It is a more heavy duty alternative to the self-latching magnetic gate mechanism above. It can be locked with a key.
Panic Hardware Gate
Common exit device which uses a crash bar or "push bar" along the length of the glass gate. Because local codes sometimes require certain exit devices, we offer this panic hardware option for posted glass gates. Comes with a lever locking handle for the exterior side of the gate.
Custom Gate Posts
We manufacture these posts made-to-order as part of our custom glass systems. These posts ensure that gates can be hinged at any angle to fit into your space perfectly, and are paired to the height and length of your gate.
Frosted Glass Panels
In addition to our crystal clear glass, we also offer frosted glass panels. This sandblasted glass provides more privacy and still looks beautiful, allowing some light to transfer through your fencing.