Give your home a touch of Shakespearean romance with our Juliet balconies in Manchester. Our design team at Fine Line can ensure that you get exactly what you want based on your own unique needs, preferences and budget. We have many years’ experience in designing and creating some of the most beautiful, functional and innovative staircases in the region. Whether you want a spiral, cantilever, single spine, stringer or just an ordinary straight one, we can design, create and install exactly the right product. We use a combination of wood, steel and glass to manufacture a sturdy, one-of-a-kind, classy product at a price that will delight you. Our clean, contemporary lines, combined with bespoke stainless steel handrails, frameless glass channel balustrade systems provide safety and convenience.
For our clients in Manchester, Juliet balconies supplied by us come in a dazzling selection of styles, with or without steel handrails. If you need a toughened glass base, we recommend that you install a handrail. You can add a stylish feature to the building with our range of glass canopies too. No matter how small or big your window, the Juliet balcony can give it that look of interest and illusion of space. Some Juliet balconies are merely an added feature to an open a floor-to-ceiling window. Others may have a narrow deck for you to step out on to, place decorative plant pots etc. You can design your own Juliet balcony in classical or contemporary taste, Mediterranean or Spanish style, Tuscan or shabby chic tones.
Juliet balconies in Manchester are a compact design element that gives the illusion of a larger, more spacious full balcony. They’re trending in the UK because home-owners don’t need planning permission to install them. They don’t need specialised technical help to install as they can be easily bolted on to the building’s exterior. To find out more about how we can assist you with Juliet balconies, contact us today. Your room takes on an outdoorsy feel when you open the windows onto your Juliet balcony wide. In many buildings, there is no provision for a regular balcony where you can keep the windows open safely. You can add more light and air to your rooms with this simple feature.