In this article, we are going to discuss the importance of balcony invisible grille and the reasons of installing invisible balcony grill. Let’s start, shall we? Living in a high-rise building comes with plenty of perks such as unobstructed scenic views, variety of amenities, and you’re literally living in your own little bubble, separated from the rest of the world.
However, living in a high-rise also has its cons like getting to and from your unit to your car can be time-consuming. Not only that, but safety risks can also be your greatest concern if you have young children and/or pets.
In May 2020, a toddler fell to her death from the 12th floor of a condominium’s balcony after being left at home, in an unlocked room with a younger sibling. The autopsy revealed that her death was caused by severe injuries to the head and skull as well as various external and internal injuries after falling from a great height.
There have been many more similar unfortunate cases like this for the past 5 years in Malaysia and other countries throughout the world. There are more and more condominiums or high buildings that are built over the recent years especially in capital cities due to lack of development areas or rising cost of lands.
There are few instances when we visited the clients’ home to get the measurement for the balcony safety grille.
There was one time a mother told us, when we visited her apartment. She told us when she was just away in the kitchen for a minute or two, she was shocked to see her 3 years old daughter were climbing the fence with almost half of the body leaning over the top of the balcony railing.
We noticed that children tend to lean over the balcony out of curiosity. Some exceptionally smart and creative children, that we heard of, even move their toys or plastic furniture and formed ‘stairs’ that they could climb up the balcony.
Imagine the horror if something bad had happened. With our invisible safety grille, you can minimize the safety risks as well as prevent mishaps from happening. In this article, we discuss the importance of installing invisible balcony grill.
Why should you install a balcony invisible grille?
If you’re in the market for balcony grille options, you’ll likely come across various types of safety grilles, including invisible balcony grills. Technically they’re not invisible when you look closely. But when you view them from a distance, they appear invisible due to the use of fine, thin wires. Find out why you should install invisible balcony grill for your place:
- Invisible balcony grills can prevent nasty falls
We often hear of incidences where children or pets are left alone at home and sometimes, mishaps can happen. To prevent that from happening, balcony invisible grilles can serve as a protective barrier at your windows, doors, or balconies. You can also have peace of mind by installing balcony invisible grilles at your place.
- Invisible balcony grills are tough
KLIG Safety Grille is made from premium 316L stainless steel with an internal sublayer of 2mm for strength. Additionally, each cable can withstand a maximum tension of 250kg, making it highly resistant to breakage. In case of emergency, the grilles can be cut using a wire cutter for fast escape.
- Invisible balcony grills won’t rust
Unlike your traditional metal grille that can rust over time, invisible balcony grilles (invisible balcony grill) are less susceptible to rusting. However, this depends on the stainless steel grade used by your supplier/installer. If you’re given the option to choose, opt for 316 stainless steel as it won’t rust easily.
- Invisible balcony grills are ‘invisible’
As the name suggests, invisible balcony grill are hardly visible from afar. If you’ve got nice scenery out of your balcony, you probably don’t want the view to be obstructed by thick metal grilles. Moreover, they blend well with any contemporary home style, which means you don’t have to sacrifice your scenic views for safety and security.
Looking to install invisible balcony grille (invisible balcony grill) at your place? KLIG offers a free on-site consultation before you make your decision. For more information, contact us at 018-2072120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.