Balustrades are a stylish, safe and functional way to beautify your home. The modern balustrade systems are designed \nspecifically to enhance the value of your domestic and/or commercial setup.
Aluminium's natural coating of aluminium oxide provides a highly effective barrier to
the ravages of air, temperature, moisture and
chemicals, making it highly useful as a
Balustrades are a stylish, safe and functional
way to beautify your home. The modern
balustrade systems are designed specifically to
enhance the value of your domestic and/or
commercial setup. The key Benefit of
Aluminium Balustrading is that you get as
much as steel and wrought iron, yet at a cost
There are also many other benefits of using aluminium for Pool Fences, the primary
one being high resistance against corrosion and rust. Aluminium, therefore, makes a
suitable option for both indoor and outdoor use, irrespective of the weather conditions.
The 1 nm thick layer of aluminium oxide forming naturally on the surface resists further
corrosion effectively, not only with air but
also with other substances. A damaged
area in the layer repairs itself within no
time; just oxygen needs to stay present.
Whereas with wrought iron, it will result
in rust and stainless steel, in coastal
climates, is prone to oxidation and get
tea-stains. Aluminium, is comparatively,
easier to maintain.
As for galvanic corrosion, there should be a contact with a nobler metal and the presence
of a strong electrolyte between them. In dry
atmospheres, it’s out of question. If you
want to use stainless steel with Best
absolutely be no problem.
Next, it’s lightweight, yet has high strength
and lasts longer than wood and as much as
stainless steel. It comes cheaper than steel and wrought iron and doesn’t require
maintenance the way steel and wrought iron do; especially in wet and humid weather
conditions. Unlike wood, steel and iron, aluminium doesn’t need to be polished,
varnished or painted.
Aluminium is more malleable than steel and iron and of course, than wood. So ease of
use is high with it, which results in an extensive range of designs. Further, they are
largely customisable to individual requirements. Aluminium also takes less time for
construction and installation. Removal and replacements are also easier and result in
shorter lead times.
There’s another variety of aluminium that you can use; it has been powder-coated and
usually, with extensive warranties on the powder-coating. Aluminium is treated
electrostatically and sprayed
with coloured powder (you
can choose from a variety of
colours) and brought to a
dry-finish. This provides an
extra protective barrier. It
ensures that during staged
installations, there is no damage inflicted upon.
Be it in unique, temporary systems (with temporary handrails) or modular systems
(enabling easy site modification upon requirement) or the balustrade needs to be
produced on site, there is no other alternative to aluminium if you want a zero-
maintenance material at a throwaway price.