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Also known as Juliette balconies, window guards, balcony rails or balcony railings, Juliet balconies are a popular enhancement for the exterior of properties whilst fulfilling the practical requirements of building regulations. A Juliet safely allows upper floor living spaces to benefit from french doors, bifold doors or full length open windows allowing fresh air into the room and enhancing the general feeling of space and openness.
We offer a range of standard options which have all been designed and approved to comply with applicable regulations. We also offer a bespoke service so if you have a different design in mind, or have any other questions not covered by our FAQs please get in touch.
- Liffey Juliet BalconyAs low as £88.80 £74.00
- Derwent Juliet BalconyAs low as £104.40 £87.00
- Tees Juliet BalconyAs low as £123.60 £103.00
- Tay Juliet BalconyAs low as £127.80 £106.50
- Wye Juliet BalconyAs low as £130.80 £109.00
- Thames Juliet BalconyAs low as £160.80 £134.00
- Tweed Juliet BalconyAs low as £173.40 £144.50
- Medway Curved Juliet BalconyAs low as £228.00 £190.00
- Severn Glass Juliet BalconyAs low as £237.00 £197.50
- Teviot Stainless Juliet BalconyAs low as £760.20 £633.50
FORJJ JULIET BALCONY RAILINGS
UK based Juliet balcony specialists, Forjj, offer a comprehensive range of Juliet balcony railings in a range of sizes, styles and finishes.
Not only do we offer an excellent selection of products, we also manufacture bespoke systems, custom-designed to meet our customers needs. Whatever ideas you have for a new Juliet balcony, Forjj can help you moving forward.
If you’re looking for inspiration or if you want to discover Juliet balcony ideas, take the time to view our products. If you already have a solid idea of what you want, please take the time to browse our website and choose from the range of products we have available, including designs with glass panels and steel Juliet balcony railings.
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Juliet balcony prices can vary depending on the complexity of the design and the materials used.
Forjj offer a range of solutions to suit our customers varying budgets, from value-for-money systems to the more luxurious, glass and stainless-steel designs. Our designs include the budget friendly, cost effective Liffey design and the luxury, stainless steel and glass balcony, the Teviot.
If you have any questions regarding any of the product’s we have available, or if you’d like to enquire about bespoke Juliet balconies, please take the time to contact us and speak to a member of the Forjj team.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is a Juliet balcony?
A: A Juliet safely allows upper floor living spaces to benefit from French doors, Bifold doors or Full-length open windows, allowing fresh air into the room and enhancing the general feeling of space and openness. A Juliet balcony is essentially a railing against inward-swinging French doors, attached to the exterior of a building.
Q: What is the point of a Juliet balcony?
A: Juliet’s are deigned to let in air and light, transforming full length windows or French doors (usually of upper floors) into balconies. Often referred to as a balconette, Juliet’s can be defined as “false balconies” (or railings) at the outer plane of a window-opening, reaching to the floor. When the window/doors are open, the railings offer up the appearance of a balcony – hence the name.
Q: Why are they called Juliet balconies?
A: The name Juliet balcony derives from an extremely famous scene in Romeo & Juliet, written by William Shakespeare. In the scene, Juliet is courted by Romeo while she is on her balcony, although the play only ever referred to it as a window, not a balcony.
Q: Do I need planning permission for a Juliet balcony?
A: Some local authorities have special rules for conservation areas, but as a general rule of thumb, no, you do no require planning permission for a Juliet balcony.
As they can affect sight lines and neighbours’ privacy, ‘Walk-on balconies’ i.e. those with a platform where you can step out the building, generally do require planning permission.
Your local authority Planning or Building Control team will be able to give precise guidance, but if you have any follow-up questions about planning permission, feel free to email us directly using: firstname.lastname@example.org.