Tiles have never looked so good. With timber prices rising and affected by supply chain issues, not to mention the challenges of sourcing ethically harvested decking, the advantages of tiles have never greater.
Anchor Jak is a floating tile platform on aluminium frame that allows tiles to be easily and effectively installed in a wide variety of building situations – over membrane decks, compact metal or concrete patio areas.
Aimed at a wide variety of markets, from architectural designers to home owners, it is ideal for anyone wanting to level up their outdoor space.
Anchor Jak is easy to install and low maintenance. It can improve the indoor outdoor flow in new builds or renovations and its permeable system reduces the clunking noise commonly felt on tile alternatives.
To reduce the vibration given off when walking over tile platforms, Anchor Jak invented a rubber ‘corner keepa’ to be glued onto the four corners of the tile, providing both a shock absorber but also great, long-term tile alignment.
Glass Vice Products NZ has the patent for the Anchor Jak system in New Zealand. Glass Vice is an innovative New Zealand owned company specializing in balustrades, pool fencing, floating platforms and building related products.
All Glass Vice® products are certified in New Zealand and they offer a full installation service using our certified Glass Vice installers. Documentation for architects, specifiers and councils, is available on their website, making compliance easy and simple, and a short installation video for marketing and a longer installation animation are available also.
For more information, see: https://glassvice.com/.