We’re excited to share photos of a wooden balcony project we recently completed in Marbella. This bespoke 5 x 3 m balcony was built using glulam timber for maximum strength and durability. We used 200 x 200 mm upright posts, 120 x 200 mm beams, and 200 x 200 mm beams for the main structure.
Glulam, or glued laminated timber, is an engineered wood product that is made by bonding multiple layers of wood together with strong adhesives. The resulting material is incredibly strong, stable, and resistant to warping and shrinking. It’s also an eco-friendly choice, as it can be made from sustainably sourced wood.
For the balcony decking, we chose 28 mm thick terrace boards, which not only look great but are also built to last. These boards are made from high-quality wood that is specifically designed to withstand outdoor use. They’re also treated to resist decay, insect damage, and moisture absorption, ensuring they’ll stay beautiful for years to come.
And to keep the view unobstructed, we used 12 mm laminated balcony glass for the balcony railing. This type of glass is strong and durable, and is designed to break into small, blunt pieces if it does break, rather than shattering into dangerous shards. It’s also resistant to weathering and fading, ensuring it will continue to look great for years.
Once the entire structure was built, we treated it with Remmers stains in Nutwood color, chosen by our customer. These stains are designed to protect wood from weathering and UV damage, while also enhancing its natural beauty. The result is a stunning wooden balcony that perfectly complements the surrounding landscape and architecture.
Despite the complexity of the project, we were able to complete it in just seven days. Our team of experienced professionals worked efficiently and with great attention to detail to ensure the finished product was of the highest quality. We’re proud of the quality craftsmanship that went into this balcony and are thrilled with the final result. We hope these photos serve as inspiration for your next project!