Frameless Glass Deck Railings

Frameless Glass Deck Railings

The glass talon spigot system is made up of glass panels and spigot clamps. Talons come in two configurations: side mount and surface mount. Side mount spigots attach to the side of each glass panel, while surface mount spigots clamp the glass from the bottom.

Frameless Glass Deck Railings

You will need to use at least two talons for every 4’ glass panel. Each one weighs about 6 pounds and measures 7” from bottom to top.

Systems Comparison

Surface Mount Talon SpigotsSide Mount Talon Spigots
2 Spigots Clamps Per Glass Panel2 Spigot Clamps Per Glass Panel
Attaches to the Flat Surface Of Your Deck or BalconyAttaches to the Fascia Board of Your Deck or Balcony
Available With Cap Rail or HandrailAvailable with Cap Rail or Handrail 
Installs Into Wood Or ConcreteInstalls Into Wood Or Concrete
Wood Handrail Options in 10+ SpeciesWood Handrail Options in 10+ Species 
Shop Surface Mount Talon SpigotsShop Side Mount Talon Spigots 

Product Information

Glass spigots are an easy-to-install, versatile glass railing system. Spigot are offered in two different configurations: side mount and surface mount. Whether you choose side mount or surface mount talon spigots, you will need to use at least two talons for every 4’ glass panel. Each one weighs about 6 pounds and is 7” high.

The surface mount talon spigot is a clamp that has four holes in its base plate that is simple to screw into the surface of your project. The surface mount clamps the glass from both sides—there is no need for pre-drilled holes, which also makes the surface mount talon spigot a cost-effective option. Both spigots are made of marine-grade 2205 duplex stainless steel and utilize tilt lock technology to keep the glass clamped safely in place. Tilt lock is an innovative technology that greatly helps with the installation of your glass panels. Usually, when you install glass panels, you not only have to align the glass horizontally with each other, but vertically as well. Tilt lock takes the human error out of this process.