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Ascend Glass Talon Spigots

When you want the look of Surface Mount Talons for your staircase, choose Ascend Talons. Each talon is a taller, stronger version of our high-quality talons, specially built to hold glass panels in place as they angle up a staircase.

Manufactured in-house, Ascend Talons are made from aluminum and can be powder coated any color you want. Install the talons in the same way you would install a standoff pin: by putting a hole in the glass, then securing the talon. However, you only need two talons per glass panel, making this a visually sleeker alternative to standoff pins.

Affordable, strong, and versatile, Ascend Talons are the perfect budget-friendly choice for the modern home.

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Product Information

Glass talon spigots are an easy-to-install, versatile glass railing system. Talons 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.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the max panel width?

Each panel can be ordered up in widths of up to 60”.

How many holes do I need for each ascend talon?

You will need 4 holes per panel. The system works similarly to our standoff pin system, where talon is installed into the hole. Each talon can be powder-coated, making it very versatile.

How many Ascend Talons do I need per panel?

Each glass panel requires just 2 talons.

What Is Roughly The Cost Of Ascend?

Ascend is a fairly economical system. The cost per linear foot is $120-140. Compared to other glass railing systems which typically range between $140-270 per linear foot, this system is affordable for most homes.

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