• Step 1: Take the measurements

    Start by measuring the entire perimeter of your pool area. Accurate measurements will help you determine the number and sizes of the glass panels you need.

  • Step 2: Layout a detailed drawing

    Create a detailed drawing of your pool area. Mark the locations of the door and fixed panels, and include all relevant measurements. This drawing will serve as your guide throughout the planning and installation process.

    For the space between the panels, calculate a minimum of 1/2" and a maximum of 3/4" to 1" (for the glass connectors).

  • Step 3: Begin with the door and the fixed panel with cutout

    Plan to position the door and the fixed panel with a cutout first in your layout. These elements will be your starting points, helping you align the rest of the panels correctly.

  • Step 4: Plan the remaining panels using our in-stock dimensions

    From the starting points, plan the placement of the remaining glass panels. Use the dimensions of the panels we have in stock to ensure a proper fit. Adjust your drawing as needed to accommodate these dimensions and maintain a balanced layout.

  • Step 4.1: What if I need a custom dimension?

    Do not worry! We got your back.

    We have a partnership with Vitrerie Alfonso, an experienced glazier since 1967, who specializes in custom work.

    Contact us and we'll help you finalize your project.

  • Step 5: Select your hardware

    Choose the necessary hardware components for your tempered glass pool fence, including door latches, door stoppers, glass connectors, hinges, and spigots. Consider factors such as durability, aesthetics, and compatibility with your chosen glass panels.

    By following these steps, you can effectively plan your tempered glass pool fence, ensuring a smooth and efficient installation process.

  • Door latch

    A door latch is a mechanism used to secure a door, ensuring it stays closed when not in use. It typically consists of a latch bolt or catch and a strike plate.

  • Door stopper

    A door stopper is a device installed on the floor or wall to prevent a door from swinging too far open or closed. It helps protect walls, furniture, and the door itself from damage.

  • Glass connectors

    A glass connector is a component used to join two or more glass panels together securely. It provides structural support and stability to the glass installation.

    Glass connectors are not mandatory, but strongly recommended by glazing experts.

  • Hinges

    Hinges are essential hardware components that allow doors and gates to swing open and closed. They come in various styles and materials to accommodate different door designs and weights.

  • Spigots

    Spigots, also known as glass clamps or standoff fittings, are used to securely attach glass panels to the ground or other surfaces. They provide stability and support while maintaining a minimalist aesthetic.