The use of better materials means a better product. The result for you is happier clients, fewer call-backs, a reputation for quality, and more referrals. Read about the materials used to make your porch balustrade with the following links:
G.B. of Olympia, WA: “American Porch provided high quality, precisely sawn and milled cedar material (balusters, railing section parts) for a porch renewal project. The material was sold at a good price and delivered quickly. They obviously keep their tooling sharp, and pay attention to manufacturing details. The resulting finished work is a great improvement to the appearance and street appeal of our home. I would recommend their products to anyone without reservations.
Here are photos of our new porch. Connie and I just finished painting this morning. I might add some more trim to the newel posts to doll them up a bit, but we are very happy with the railing and your products. Check out our great new granite step! All the best”
Western Spindle: “Wow G.! The white rail is truly eye catching! I love the stone step, my ancestors were stone masons and there is still a lot of cut stone architecture in central Montana from their work. We would be honored if, with your permission, we could use your nice pictures in some of our marketing materials. We would of course keep your information completely private. Thanks for the pictures G. Let us know if there is anything else we can do to help.”
G.B.: “Yes, please do use those photos. I’d be proud to see our project in your adverts. Glad you liked our granite step. Have a look at our columnar basalt driveway marker! My carpenter buddy who helped me with the porch is – in real life – actually a stone sculptor.I have a number of balusters left over, and next spring we’ll get a few more, plus more railing parts, and do the back porch.Thanks again, and all the best”