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An Introduction to Able Canopies

Glass Walkways

Glass Walkways

A walkway would provide valuable shelter to your setting by linking two buildings together, keeping your customers, staff or pupils sheltered from the elements when moving from one building to another.

Able Canopies Walkways are constructed from a choice of a stainless steel, galvanised, mild steel or aluminium frame along with a toughened/laminated safety glass roof creating a robust walkway. Our designers and structural engineers will be happy to advise on the best materials to use for your individual application.

Each glass walkway is designed and manufactured in-house to your requirements ensuring the walkway is tailored to your specification creating a walkway that is unique and that seamlessly fits in with your surroundings.

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  • Glass is very durable and long lasting - which will save you money over time
  • Quieter in the rain - a heavy downpour won't cause excessive noise to disrupt your staff, clients or pupils
  • Glass is easy to keep clean - saving time and effort when cleaning
  • Structurally very strong - even under immense pressure of wind and snow
  • Modern and sleek design - compliment your building and surroundings

Glass walkway designs are limitless, although we have a range of standard glass canopies, each canopy can be tailored to you individual needs, this will allow us to create a canopy to compliment your building and surroundings.

If you would prefer to make a statement with your glass walkway we can help create a striking focal point for your building or a structure that will ‘stand out from the crowd’.

Glazing materials can be either toughened/laminated safety glass or if you need to think more about your budget we can use shatter resistant UV protected polycarbonate sheeting. Our designers and engineers will be happy to advise on the best materials to use for your individual application.