Framed glass railings are typically cheaper than frameless glass railings. This is because frameless glass railings require more complex manufacturing and installation. Frameless glass railings also require a higher quality of glass and hardware to ensure safety and durability.
As you can see, frameless glass railings are significantly more expensive than framed glass railings. However, frameless glass railings can add a touch of modern elegance to any home.
The average cost of framed and frameless glass railings per linear foot:
Note: These prices are not fixed and you need to call us to get exact estimations.
Factors That Affect The Cost Of Glass Railings
Here are some of the factors that affect the cost of glass railings:
Type of glass: The type of glass used, such as tempered, laminated, or low-iron glass, can affect the cost.
Length of the railing: The longer the railing, the more it will cost.
Additional features: Some railings have additional features, such as handrails, lighting, or custom finishes, which can increase the cost.
If you are on a budget, you may want to consider framed glass railings. However, if you are looking for a more modern and elegant look, you may want to consider frameless glass railings. Ultimately, the best type of glass railing for you will depend on your budget and your personal preferences.