DISCUSSIONS

Find the answers to many of your expat questions here

View Latest Posts

You're missing out...

As a member you can enjoy exclusive info and offers.

REGISTER NOW

Balcony protection

Posted by alirenn - Created: 6 years ago
0 0
Sorry no image available

5 replies (Showing replies: 1 to 5)

Sorry no image available
Posted by Crossfamily-289915 - 6 years ago

Yes the hardware actually put the holes in them for us. Its better to have too many holes than not enough also as its gives you more options. Or I guess if you have a drill you can do it your self.

Goodluck

Sorry no image available
Posted by alirenn - 6 years ago

Thanks for that, that is exactly what we want as it won't cost a fortune and will have the desired outcome.. How did you tie it to the balcony did you drill holes in the Perspex?

Sorry no image available
Posted by Crossfamily-289915 - 6 years ago

Another cheaper option may be to use really thick clear prespex which you can then attach using pull ties, we have done this in the past and it worked fine. Then when we left all we had to do was remove it, it did not alter the appearance at all as we attached it on the inside of the balcony.
We purchased it all at a large hardware.

Good luck

Sorry no image available
Posted by alirenn - 6 years ago

Hi, yes that's true I just wanted to understand the cost and suggest we pay for it but wanted to know that before having the conversation.

Sorry no image available
Posted by Romantica-196641 - 6 years ago

You are likely to need the syndic's permssion (along with the landlord, presumably) to make any alterations to the exterior of the building. Have any other apartments at the block done anything similar? Best to discuss with the prospective landlord, prior to signing an agreement.