Westbury Veranda Glass Railing
Take your deck view to the next level with glass railings. Westbury Veranda glass railing combines sturdy aluminum rails with sparkling glass panel infill for a strong deck railing that won’t sacrifice your view.
DecksDirect is your personal glass railing guide. Our team of experienced project planners will help you get everything you need to complete your glass deck railings. For a complete glass railing system built to last, shop with DecksDirect!
General Westbury Veranda Railing FAQs
Why Should I Choose Westbury Veranda Railing For My Deck?
Westbury Veranda is an incredibly versatile railing that can fit a ton of deck styles and settings. Glass railing fits extremely well in a modern setting with a continuous top rail - Westbury’s crossover posts deliver that look perfectly, with the option to add a composite deck board on top for a functional drink rail. There are multiple color options to suit different looks, plus hardware to fit a top-mount or fascia-mount setting, and a coordinating gate.
The beauty of Westbury Veranda Railing is its ability to fit nearly any style while opening up your deck view through its full glass panels. Give our team a call at 1-888-824-5316 to talk through all the options and find out what suits your outdoor living space.
What Type Of Glass Is Used For Deck Railings?
Glass railings use sturdy tempered glass panels or balusters. Unlike other forms of glass, tempered glass has been treated to be especially tough and strong.
What Is Tempered Glass?
Tempered glass is treated with heat to make it much stronger and less breakable than regular glass. First, the glass is heated to an extremely high temperature, then quickly cooled. This forges the glass panel into an incredibly hardened surface that’s at least four times stronger than the original glass. Tempered glass is also designed to break safely - in the rare event that tempered glass breaks, it snaps into small, rounded-off pieces rather than large, sharp shards.
What Thickness Of Glass Panels Do I Need For Westbury Veranda Railing?
The Westbury Veranda system uses 1/4-inch thick glass panels, which you can order in custom sizes from DecksDirect.
Westbury Veranda Railing Design
Can I Fascia Mount My Westbury Veranda Railing?
Yes! Just like with Westbury aluminum railing, you can mount Westbury Veranda Glass Rail systems to your deck’s fascia boards using Fascia Posts - that’s one of the big advantages of the Westbury brand and its overall railing solutions.
Can I Use Westbury Veranda Glass Railing On My Stairs?
Unfortunately, glass panel railing creates some wrinkles on stair panels. Fortunately, Westbury offers two metal railing lines with stair railing options that you can combine with your Westbury Veranda setup. You can browse both Westbury Aluminum Railing options and their coordinating stair rails here: Westbury Tuscany and Westbury Riviera.
Installing Westbury Veranda Railing
How Do I Install Westbury Veranda Glass Railing?
You can find full installation instructions in the “specifications” section of each individual product. If you have any questions, you can always call us at 1-888-824-5316 to walk through the installation process.
Where Do I Get Glass For My Westbury Veranda Railing?
It’s easy to get perfectly-sized glass panels for your Westbury system - just call DecksDirect at 1-888-824-5316 for our custom-cut glass option. We’ll guide you through the process of measuring out your space, then connect you with sparkling glass panels custom-created to fit. The best part? We ship everything directly to your door!
Westbury Veranda Railing Maintenance
How Much Maintenance Do Westbury Veranda Railings Require?
The great thing about Westbury’s combination of metal and glass railing is that the sturdy, durable setup will require very little regular maintenance. Tempered glass is up to four times stronger than regular glass and requires very little upkeep beyond regular cleaning.
To clean, just mix warm water and a pH-neutral detergent in a bucket. Use a soft cloth or sponge to wipe down your railing and your glass with the cleaning solution. Then rinse it all off with fresh water. For the glass panel portion, use a lint-free cloth or a newspaper to dry off your glass without leaving water spots or streaks. For the outside surfaces of second-story decks, you may want to use a squeegee with an extendable arm.