Balcony Glazing Planning
Transform Your Balcony with Lumon’s Custom Balcony Glazing Solutions
If you’re looking to extend your living space and enjoy your balcony all year round, balcony glazing could be the perfect solution. With balcony glazing, you can protect yourself from the wind and rain while still enjoying the natural light and fresh air. It’s a great way to add value to your property and create a comfortable and functional outdoor space.
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How to open Lumon Balcony Glazing
See how easy it is to open Lumon Balcony glazing.
See how the blinds work
From top to bottom or the other way around.
The blinds give you some extra protection
Adjust the blinds according to your preferences
See how you can control the light on your entire balcony
Adjust the light
See how you open the glasses to the other side
You can open the balcony glazing to the left or to the right
For more ventilation, you can lock the first pane in a ventilation position
What to consider before adding Lumon glazing to your balcony?
Before you install balcony glazing, there are several factors to consider to ensure that you make the most of your investment and achieve the desired results. Let’s explore some key considerations when planning balcony glazing to help you make an informed decision and enjoy your balcony to the fullest.
With energy savings, noise reduction, and decreased maintenance bills and a possibility of elevated facade look, our balcony enclosures are a smart investment for the entire building, and we’ll work with you and your condo board to help you enjoy these benefits and more.
Simply get in touch with us if you’re interested in getting your balcony enclosed, and Lumon will work with you to present drawings, technical files and testing results to your condo board to make your dream of more room for life a reality.
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Balcony glazing benefits
Explore multiple benefits of Lumon balcony glazing to see how it can add more room for life in your home.
How to buy?
Learn more about the steps involved to have your balcony glazing installed in your home.