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Better installation with adjustable railing systems
Here’s the good news: there is another way of installing glass railings that’s clean and easy. No more messy wet glaze, no headaches from adjusting and re-adjusting glass to plumb.
Adjustable rail systems require no wetwork, fillers, or special tools to install. With railing systems like Precision Lock, installers can adjust the glass for plumb quickly and easily with over 2” of leeway. These systems can be configured to work with both laminated and monolithic glass ranging in thickness from ½” to 1”.
To make installation even easier, you can utilize adjustable edge grip standoffs to mount and position glass panes and adjustable handrail brackets to install handrails. The use of these products eliminates the need to drill into the glass to complete installation. The result is a straightforward system with fewer opportunities for costly and time-consuming errors.
See for yourself how simple it is to install Precision Lock:
Glaziers and industry experts agree that adjustable railing systems are easier to install than traditional wet-glaze systems or standard non-adjustable dry glaze systems. However, they’re not necessarily the best choice for every situation — it all depends on your specific project needs, as well as any local codes or design requirements.
When shopping for the right glass handrail system, it helps to have an expert in your corner.
Morse Industries has been delighting customers for almost 40 years with our extensive experience and industry knowledge of glass railings, shower enclosures, and more. Our experts can provide you with the right hardware for your project, and offer valuable insights into installation and maintenance to ensure it looks great the first time.
Feel free to contact us — we’d be happy to discuss your project and make sure you get the best products for the job.
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