eGlass LLC -Glass Railing Systems - eGlass Element™


Our eGlass Element™ system reveals the beauty of your environment with an aluminum top rail that is nearly invisible.

Category: architectural railings | balcony railing systems | in-fill panel railings...

MasterFormat: Metal Fabrications | Metal Railings | Glazed Decorative Metal Railings

eGlass LLC
3315 NE 112th Ave.
Ste 80
Vancouver, WA 98682
Tel: (800) 545-1275
Fax: (360) 718-7717

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Glass Railing Systems - eGlass Element™

Our eGlass Element™ system reveals the beauty of your environment with an aluminum top rail that is nearly invisible. Offering the thinnest top rail and combined with full glass panels, this glass railing option focuses on a beautiful view while providing the safety and durability you expect from a railing system. Designed for minimal view obstruction, eGlass Element™ exposes the splendor of your surroundings, whether indoors or outdoors.

Features & Benefits:

  • Thinnest rail option for minimal view obstruction
  • Segmented rail reduces shipping costs
  • Glass panels block wind without compromising visibility
  • Specially designed vinyl inserts eliminate wind rattle
  • Tempered glass panels are coated to be Carefree Clean™
  • Concealed fasteners for a clean aesthetic
  • Weather resistant and nearly maintenance free
  • Simple, time-saving, drop-in installation
  • Products in-stock and ready-to-ship, including glass panels
  • 3 mounting options: deck, fascia, or fascia w/o brackets
  • Aluminum 6005-T5 posts and rails provide strength and durability
  • Available in 36" (residential) and 42" (commercial) rail heights
  • AAMA 2605 powder coated for durability and available in four colors

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    Installation Options for This System:
    eGlass Element - Deck MounteGlass Element - Fascia MounteGlass Element - Fascia Mount w/o Brackets
    A simple, DIY-friendly mounting style. Base plates attach to the bottom of the posts and can be mounted to the top of most surfaces, including deck, interior floor, concrete, etc.An aesthetically pleasing, side mounting style. Surface area is preserved and hardware is hidden. Fascia mounting is generally considered a stronger attachment method.A sleek, streamlined mounting style. Requires double-post corners for stability. Check building codes when considering this style, as it may not be compliant.