Replace Broken Glass Balustrades With NCC Compliant Frames In Mortdale, NSW

Jun 11, 2024

If you’re looking for top-quality frameless glass installation, SOS Glass Services Pty Ltd (0410-311-916) offers installation and replacement that’s fully compliant with the National Construction Code!

With recent changes to the National Construction Code (NCC) on the 1st of May 2023, any glass installation work in your home must be carried out by a professional who will comply with all the latest rules.

SOS Glass Services meets all the required standards for glass balustrade installations, repairs, and replacements in Mortdale. Give them a call today to discuss your project goals!

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The safety standards are essential for homeowners and contractors installing, repairing, or replacing glass balustrades. Some sections of the NCC became mandatory in May 2023.

According to the requirements, laminated safety glass is now required for balustrades 5 metres or more above ground. Furthermore, monolithic toughened glass is only permitted for use under 5 metres if it satisfies the provisions of section 7.4.5 of the NCC.

SOS Glass Services, which specialises in installing and repairing glass balustrades for residential and commercial properties, has confirmed its ability to comply with the new regulatory provisions.

When asked about the company's commitment to compliance with the NCC changes, a spokesperson for SOS Glass Services said, "Safety is our number one priority. Therefore, we ensure that all our products and installations remain compliant and meet the Australian Safety Standards."

The NCC changes are a regulatory minefield if you're a property owner. You must ensure that your glass contractor is responsible for complying with the new updates. With over 25 years of experience in the glazing industry, SOS Glass Services is no stranger to regulatory changes.

This latest push to comply with new NCC safety requirements for glass balustrades aligns with the Australian-owned contractor's longstanding track record of adherence to legal building and licensing standards.

Since the adoption of the new balustrade construction provisions in the National Construction Code, homeowners are seeing the positive results of working with compliant companies: "We used SOS glass to fix the horrendous and incomplete job one of the local balustrade companies had left us with," said one satisfied client. "They went out of their way to attend and fix the damage."

Are you looking to install new glass balustrades or repair your existing frameless glass? There's only one team to call!

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