This covered porch in Andover, MA features our 4 1/2″ Poly Spindles. This is an excellent option for someone looking for a robust balustrade that is constantly and completely exposed to the elements, such as above an entry.
R.Q. of Marshall, MI writes “We want to thank you for the beautiful spindles. Attached are some photos you are welcome to use. We now have all porches, roof gallery, etc. completed. We appreciate your fine work. Let me know if you want a photo of the National Register Marker to go with the photo. Thanks again for the help.”
J.D. of Philadelphia, PA writes “A few years ago I purchased a primed cedar rail kit with custom turned spindles. The custom cut profile I created was for a baseball bat and ball spindle. The rail kit was easy to install and I enjoyed working with American Porch. Some photos are attached to this and the next email.
D.P. of Brooklyn writes:
Nothing says “Welcome home for Christmas” like a well decorated Victorian Porch! Thanks to S.G. of Saratoga Springs, NY for sharing.
The customer writes: “The project is done (mostly). Please see pictures attached. The rail system looks great – – and everything fit and was installed with no problem. Thank you!”
Products featured on this porch:
This is a fun one. 4″ class 3-piece Porch Rail System made to match the curve of the rounded deck. The builder was very creative in making sills for lanterns that, used in conjunction with the curved rail, really sets this deck apart. This also shows the use of the newel post anchors well.
This beautiful project included the most popular setup we have available:
- 8″ Raised Panel Newel Posts
- 6″ class 4-piece Porch Rail System
- 3 1/2″ Classic Spindles
Because it is a decorative balustrade (no access and therefore no building codes apply), they used a 30″ Top Rail Height. Beautiful work guys!
T.B. of Frankfort IL writes “Wanted you to see your beautiful product. Thank you for all your help in this process. It turned out wonderful!! I can take more pictures next year with landscaping, if you want.”
G.B. of Olympia, WA writes: