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Foxhills Golf Club Balustrade

Balustrade with Tensioned Wire Infill

Stainless Steel Balustrade installation at Foxhills Golf Club, Surrey.

S3i Balustrade Installation

Featuring s3i's Balustrade Wire System as an infill.

Balustrade Wire Infill

The deck cable assembly is made from Marine Grade stainless steel (316 grade) therefore is perfect for humid environments.

Exterior Grade Stainless Steel

Stainless steel wire offers incredible flexibility - see how the wire has flexed to suit the stair gradient.

Wire Flexibility

The stainless steel deck balustrade railing wires have provided additional safety surrounding the jacuzzi whilst maintaining the view.

Balustrade Wire Infill is Less Intrusive

Tag: Balustrade, Handrail, Wire Infill, Installation, Stainless Steel, Jacuzzi, Foxhills Golf Club, Surrey

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