Skip to content

Juliet Balcony

The Juliet or Juliette Balcony railing system features a clear heat-strengthened glass panel providing uninterrupted views and high fall protection for floor-to-ceiling windows or door systems. This innovative system is perfectly suited for multi level residential developments and student accommodation. 

Juliet Balcony Railing System

Easily integrated with our Tilt & Turn Windows/Doors, French Doors, and ST4-600 Lift & Slide Door.
  • Available with single, dual color or anodized finish.

  • Polyester powder coating to ASTM 2604.

Juliet Balcony with Tilt & Turn Door - APA Facade Systems
Easy Integration
With Our Window & Door Systems
Our Juliet Balcony is designed to be installed with our high-performance French doors, Tilt & Turn window/door systems and sliding door systems on multi-level residential developments.
Available with multiple glazing possibilities, the use of heat strengthened, laminated glass is strongly recommended.

High Fall Protection with Unobstructed Views

The Juliet Balcony railing system is perfectly suited to be installed on high-rise condominiums or student accommodation developments.

It’s a safe way to bring the outside in and increase ventilation options without compromising light or obstructing the view.

Juliet Balcony with Tilt & Turn Door - APA Facade Systems

Check out our other products

Find inspiration for your next project

Portfolios Filter
window systems - student accommodation - complex design projects
Brown Stone

New Mill Student Accommodation

New Mill Student Accommodation Dublin The Brief System Used:  TB50 Curtain Wall, ST80 Window & Door Systems Certifications: BREEAM “Excellent” Location: Dublin 

Read More >

Have any further
Questions?

Please feel free to get in touch

If you have any further questions regarding our window, door, facade, brise soleil or louver systems, please get in touch with a member of our team below. 

You are visiting our US website, click the button to visit our Global site.

APA Technical Library

You are about to be brought off site