Simple pavers integrated into a design can be used to allow access for window washing hooks on a condo balcony.
Hazelwood Condo Balcony
View from one end of the balcony.
A recent installation we did for a nice customer in the east end of Toronto. A Hazelwood Balcony where the design had to be adapted for the window washing hooks which are quite common in condos.
In the photo to the left you can see the pattern chosen for this balcony - where multiple "rooms" have been built with double vertical boards to make it appear wider.
The composite is from TruNorth Decking who are our favourite supplier. This Hazelwood is very popular and with the nice black markings it creates a beautiful floor. The composite is made from 100% recycled plastic and rice hulls from Alabama which fits right in with our focus on environmental stewardship.
Full balcony showing paving stones for window washing hooks.
The second photo on the right show the inside part of the balcony where we integrated some simple paving stones into the design. The gap on each side of the stones is to allow the customer to easily and quickly lift up the stones to allow the window washing crews access to the hooks. Just simple pavers but they did the trick and actually create a bit more structure in the design.