For wood porch stairs and railings, we recommend the use of our Sloped Bottom Rail. This has a 15 degree slope to it, which helps shed water and prevent rot at the base of the spindles or balusters. We get asked all the time – “Should I use a flat bottom rail on the porch […]
diy porch railing
Spring is finally here, and it’s time to head outdoors. Pick up the June 2016 issue of TOH for fresh ideas on outside upgrades. We’ve created a deck rail kit specifically for TOH readers, designed to closely resemble the one seen on page 62. This is a porch-style deck railing kit that includes the top […]
Installation of our 3 1/2″ wood posts is made easy with the Titan Post Anchor kit. Click HERE to purchase. Each order of post anchors ships with complete printed installation instructions.
Our Porch Railing Systems have been developed and improved over the years using practical experience as well as feedback from customers, installers, and builders. That is why it we believe it to be the “fastest, easiest, and best” porch railing available today. Every design feature of the Rail Systems is there for a purpose. And […]
L.W. of Franklin, TN writes in his restoration blog: “They are not local but they are a family owned business that provides a high quality product and ship directly to your house. If you are looking for spindles that are architecturally and period correct for your house made out of something other than pressure treated lumber, […]
This is usually the starting point for those looking to buy spindles or balusters for their deck or porch. The following is a baluster spacing guide for meeting the 4″ ball rule required by most building codes. Of course if building codes don’t apply in your situation, you can do what looks best to you. […]