Lower maintenance with high-quality glazing
Balcony glazing preserves the exterior of the building by providing a protective layer that shields the balcony from harsh weather conditions, UV radiation, and other external factors that can cause wear and tear over time. The glazing can also prevent dirt and debris from accumulating on the balcony, which can help to maintain its appearance and extend its lifespan for up to 30 years. Balcony glazing reduces the need for balcony renovations by half and markedly cuts down the life cycle costs of the property.
Maintenance intervals for a building with balcony glazing are 5-10 years longer
A glazed balcony also keeps the facade and the windows behind it in good shape for longer. By installing retractable balcony glass panes, the protective effect can increase the serviceable life of balcony structures by 5 to 10 years, also lengthening refurbishment cycles. With balcony glazing, property owners can postpone facade renovations for several years. It’s crucial to install the glazing system immediately after the balcony renovation is complete to protect the balcony structures from moisture and keep it in good condition. The glazing may provide even old balconies with a further 5 to 10 years of serviceable life.