Glass Juliet Balcony by JBNFIX fixed to door frames

Glass Juliet Balcony JBNFIX Fixed to door frames

JBNFix Classic Juliet Balconies can easily be installed to door frames because of the neat shape of the brackets. This offers a good and clean solution when the full door width is very large but only the central panel(s) are doors, with the sides being fixed windows. The Juliet balcony can cover the central doors only, avoiding having a handrail going across the entire window. JBNFix Classic glass Juliet Balconies are fully tested up to 2.5m wide. Our standard sizes offer most common door openings, however we can customise the units and glass to different dimensions. Contact us on or call us on 01342 719 045 if you require more information.


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Aluminium and Glass Classic JBNFix Juliet Balcony – Hidden Fixings

Aluminium and Glass Classic JBNFix Juliet Balcony - Hidden Fixings

Our Aluminium and Glass “Classic” JBNFix Juliet Balcony is available up to 2.5m spans, without visible fixings or brackets, featuring a high quality aluminium anodized finish, with a comfortable handrail to lean on: 60mm wide by 40mm in height.

Fully tested and building regs compliant.

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JBNFix F15 Balustrades with channel part hidden under decking

JBNFix F15  Balustrades with channel part hidden under decking

JBNFix frameless balustrades can be used with or without handrail. To comply with regulations, laminated toughened glass is required when no handrail is used.

The robust system relies on a good connection to the structure. Solid structures such steel or concrete are required to achieve a strong balustrade. Please contact us during the planning of your project if you require information or drawings for your architect or engineer. Planning is extremely important as many aspects must be considered during the design or your balcony, such as drainage, waterproofing, loading, etc. It is not always possible to install a balustrade after all other works have been completed. Do not ignore the importance of planning your balustrade.

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Semi Framed Balustrade by JBNFix – With Laminated Toughened safety Glass

JBNFix Semi-Framed balustrades

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A10 bottom rail with wall to wall handrail and glass without posts or clamps



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The history of Juliet Balconies and how are they seen in the present day

Balconies are platforms projected from the building walls and most of the time they are supported by console brackets and columns. They are an incredible vista for the person that steps outside but at the same time, balconies can offer a breath of fresh air and a place of reminiscence.

The history of balconies

Balconies have been around for quite some time but the most popular one is definitely the Juliet Balcony. This particular type of balcony is obviously inspired by the play Romeo and Juliet written by Shakespeare in which Juliet is sitting in a balcony while being courted by Romeo. Even if the play on its own doesn’t state that Juliet is at a balcony, many artists have portrayed her at a balcony in a variety of artworks based on the popular play.

romeo and juliet balcony

As you can see from the image, there are quite a lot of things that characterize a Juliet balcony, one of them being the fact that it’s not an imposing structure. In fact, it doesn’t protrude much out of the building and most of the time it’s integrated into the upper floor, the only thing that makes it look like a balcony being a small balustrade that can be found in the front.

In the 1600′s, the timeline to which the play is referring, these balconies were made almost entirely out of stone and they were placed very high. That’s why Romeo actually has to use a high ladder in order to get to it.

Throughout the years the Juliet balconies didn’t really evolve that much, at least when it comes to the overall function and design. The main difference in the modern Juliet Balcony include the placement of stainless steel handrails and a glass barrier in front of a high window; however, there are places where you can still find stone based balconies, with many of them being made out of concrete as well.

Types of traditional balconies

You can find multiple types of traditional balconies with design and structure specifics. Usually, there are 3 main types of balconies that can be encountered nowadays and these include:

  • True balconies, which have railings and a deck floor. These usually integrate a wide floor and you can walk on the balcony not to mention that you can also add furniture, plants or decorations if you want.
  • False balconies integrate a narrow deck and rail and are used mainly to block off an opening door. Modern Juliet balconies fall under this category. Most of the time the false balconies are also used to support plants on the railings, but people cannot walk on the balcony.
  • Faux balconies basically consist traditionally out of railings and they don’t have a deck floor. This particular type of balcony will cover the area outside a window and it can be mounted only at 4” away from the wall.

If you truly want to give your home a great appeal and also take its look to the next level, opting for Juliet balconies can be an amazing idea. This allow you to boost the look of your house and it’s also inexpensive, so you should definitely get your own today!

JBNFix Juliet Balconies

glass juliet balcony by JBNFIX

Our Glass Juliet balcony systems are of a clean, modern contemporary design where visible bolts and wall fixings are hidden. The stylish brackets and glass fittings add style to the Juliet Balcony.

Unlike other systems that use several brackets along the bottom rail to hold weaker profiles, JBNFix’s Glass Juliets offer a cleaner design and are easier to install too! They can easily be accommodated to most walls types, including; YES, tiled walls!

Our Juliet Balconies do not use glass clamps, so the complete view is clear and unspoiled. Additionally, our standard units do not use brackets along the bottom rail and any bolts or nuts are not visible!

Fully compliant with BS6180:2011 and BS6399-1:1996

JBNFix Glass Juliet balcony systems:

Framed Juliet Balcony

Our Standard “framed” Juliet Balconies use a handrail and bottom rail. Both are fixed to the walls with specialised brackets where fixings remain invisible. The slimline handrail provides a grab rail to lean on, enjoying a total use of the balcony. It is extremely easy to install and is supplied with a FREE Self Cleaning DIY kit for glass.

  Extremely easy to install!
  Fast delivery times!
  Standard sizes off the shelf!
  No visible fixings or glass clamps!
  FREE Self Cleaning DIY kit for Glass!
  Fully tested!

Standard Sizes Available to buy online (Estimated delivery within 7 days)

Maximum door opening 1.00m = Handrail 1.25m, Fixing Centres 1.21m 
Maximum door opening 1.20m = Handrail 1.45m, Fixing Centres 1.41m 
Maximum door opening 1.40m = Handrail 1.65m, Fixing Centres 1.61m 
Maximum door opening 1.60m = Handrail 1.85m, Fixing Centres 1.81m 
Maximum door opening 1.80m = Handrail 2.05m, Fixing Centres 2.01m 

Frameless Juliet Balcony

Our Standard “frameless” Juliet Balconies do not need a handrail or bottom rail as the glass is a fully tested laminated toughened. A slimline cap rail could be fitted on top of the glass if desired. It is supplied with a FREE Self Cleaning DIY kit for glass. Maximum tested length = 2m.

  Easy to install!
  Custom sizes!
  Fast delivery times!
  Stylish glass fittings!
  No visible fixings or glass clamps!
  FREE Self Cleaning DIY kit for Glass!
  Fully tested!

Money back guarantee:  If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, return it to us within 14 days and we will refund you 100% of the purchase price! Full terms available at

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Glass Juliet Balcony easy to install

Our Glass Juliet Balconies are also available with square handrail and bottom rails.

Larger units
ay require 1 or 2 additional bottom rail bracket supports. These are very clean in design and following the same principle, the fixings are hidden inside the bracket.

JBNFix’s Glass Juliet balconies are fast to install. Units up to 2 metres do not require bottom rail brackets.

Due to the specialised design of the brackets, our Juliet Balconies are extremely easy to fit!

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Side fixed Glass Staircase balustrade

Side fixed glass stairs with handrail fixed to glass

Beautiful design by JBNFix incorporating full size glass panels on a staircase, securely fixed top and bottom with stainless steel handrails fixed on the glass and on the wall.

Accurate sizes and drawings were produced directly by our technical team.

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Glass balustrade designed ready to install

JBNFix Handrail - fixed to glass

Side fixed stairs glass balustrade with shaped glass, supplied ready to install. Handrail fixed to glass.

We carry out site surveys for accurate drawings. If you require a site survey please call us on 01342 719 045.

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Frameless Glass Balustrade On Parapet Wall With Lots Of Corners

We cant help but boast about our Frameless glass balustrade systems at JBNFix, as they’re not only easy to install and maintain, but look incredible too.

They don’t require the use of posts or glass clamps, so you can enjoy your view with maximum of clarity.

The strength of the system lies in the size of the glass used and the track into which it is set. It is fully tested for  the use of 15mm toughened glass where a handrail is required and 21.5mm laminated toughened glass where it is not.  The result is a very strong, robust and safe balustrade, provided that it is securely fixed to a strong foundation.

One of our latest projects was the installation of our frameless glass balustrade system with 15mm clear toughened glass and stainless steel handrail  to the top of a parapet wall with lots of corners.

The system has been  designed to be free standing structure, however the handrail has been fixed wall to wall, so as to create a fusion between the balustrade and the property as well as  provide additional support. By top mounting it to the existing parapet wall, the system is able to provide an excellent space saving solution, whilst still providing a strong safety barrier.

The finished look is a very subtle juxtaposition, which contrasts a traditional Victorian style with the Modern, minimalistic  Style favoured today.

If you are looking for something that is modern and minimalistic, but stylish please don’t hesitate to contact us. Call us Now on  01342 719 045  Email:


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