Reflections Glass Pine or Oak Handrails
The Glass Reflections balustrade system has been designed to give a modern look to your staircase without the need of fussy connecting brackets or glass clamps. The Glass Reflections panels simply slot into the pre-grooved hand & base rails and spaced out between the infill strips supplied in the rail
This Glass stair balustrade system can be used with existing newel posts, any style of new newel post or to complete the look fit the stylish Reflections Oak Newel Post from the range.
The Handrail & Base Rails are pre-grooved to accept any 8mm toughened glass panels both rails come with infill strips to fill between the panels
Full Fitting Instruction can be downloaded from with the Specification Tab above or by following this link REFLECTIONS GLASS FITTING INSTRUCTIONS
What Reflections Glass Balustrade Parts Do I Need?
To complete a straight flight of stairs with a landing return you will need to buy the following items from the Glass Reflections Range, assuming you are replacing your newel posts
Reflections Glass Rake Panels - You need to measure your hand rail length between posts and divide the overall length in mm's by 500. Example, 4000mm handrail length / 500 = 8 Glass Rake Panels
Reflections Glass Pine or Oak Handrail and Base Rail Kits with Fillet Strip - Measure the distance between the newel posts to determine the length of Handrail or Base Rail required
Reflections Newel Posts – For each post you will need the following 1 x Reflections Oak Newel Base 1 x Reflections Newel Base Connector 1 x Reflections Newel Post Cap.
This range does not include a half post, it is recommended that you finish you landing balustrade using and Oak Rosette / Patrice
Reflections Glass Landing Panels - You need to measure your handrail length between newel posts and take off 100mm and then divide by 400. Example 2000mm less 100 = 1900mm divided by 400 = 4.75 round up to the next whole number 5 Landing Glass Panels
Reflections Intermediate Newel Post is designed to give additional strength to your balustrade, it is installed half way up your stair case and is connected to the underside of the handrail using the Intermediate Handrail bracket.
If you need to turn your handrail through 90 degrees on the landing, then you can use the 90 Degree handrail Connector or you can mitre and dowel the rail to create your own.
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