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From the sophisticated glass guard rails of a steel balcony to the austere wooden stair rail lining the steps of a porch, railing construction runs the gamut. With its complexities come many choices, from whether to hire a contractor to choosing an architectural fence rod. Here are some common questions.

  • I have a simple home railing project. Should I do it myself?
    When installing a foot rail for your bar or a towel rail to hang your bathroom hand towel, consider doing it yourself. Speak with home improvement store associates and consult online tutorials. Look into finding a carpentry company when your railing’s purpose is safety, such as for foyer balcony guard rails and stair rails.

  • I need to build a deck rail. Are there requirements?
    National and state building codes will have deck rail height regulations. 36” for a residential home and 42” for a commercial space are common. The manufacturer will also have guidelines specific to the product.

  • What are the advantages of different fence materials?
    Wood is affordable, plus you can paint or stain it later. Chain-link metal is also cheap, with no maintenance. Wrought iron has to be scraped and sanded every year, but you can opt instead for the lower-costing alternative of ornamental aluminum – which does not require yearly upkeep. White vinyl has become the modern-day “white picket fence” because of its cheap, maintenance-free advantages and classic look.

  • I want to hire a contractor. Do I need to buy the supplies separately?
    This completely depends. You can order a custom gate from a fencing and gate supply company and then seek out a contractor. This option particularly works for people who already have a home contractor they trust. You can also get package deals, with all supplies included, if you prefer the convenience.

  • STANDARD LISTINGS:   RAILINGS IN/NEAR RALEIGH
    All American Iron Works
    2 reviews: *****
    Raleigh, NC 27605
    (919) 696-8056 Write review for this local business

    "Great work, top of the line quality, attention to every detail ..."
    Rail Partners Write review for this local business
    Raleigh, NC 27601
    (919) 781-9599  
    Fall Protection Guardrail Systems Write review for this local business
    1233 Turner Meadow Dr, Raleigh, NC 27603
    (855) 540-0135  
    Phillips Iron Works Write review for this local business
    7744 Us 70 Bus Hwy W, Clayton, NC 27520
    (919) 553-0817  
    Wgss Fence Gates N Rails Write review for this local business
    116 Bud Pl, Aberdeen, NC 28315
    (910) 944-3467  
    Alumi Works Write review for this local business
    900 N Main St, Randleman, NC 27317
    (336) 799-4200  
    Aluminum Specialty Mfg Write review for this local business
    High Point, NC 27261
    (336) 883-6372  
    Aluminum Specialty Manufacturing Write review for this local business
    302 Lindsay St Ste A, High Point, NC 27262
    (336) 883-6372  

    Railing professionals, often based in construction or wrought iron work, are a specialized group. They may focus on either residential or commercial railings, or both. Some are great at installing decorative gates and railings within home gardens, while others specialize in vinyl fences and railings. Since they often work with a variety of materials, such as aluminum, wood, steel, and metal, they should be proficient in all areas.

    Many have backgrounds as contractors, while others have attended design or architectural school in some capacity. Additional courses may be necessary for particularly specialized services, such as wrought iron fencing, decorative gates, decks, spiral stairs, and glass balcony railings.

    A railing installation company may offer many services, including blueprints, delivery, installation, set up, maintenance, and repair. They may offer not only railings, but also pool safety gates, French balcony railings, cantilever gates, and fence accessories like hinges, latches, and locks. Some related services include stair builders, ironwork, roofing, aluminum fabrication, and siding. Some general contractors offer hand and foot railings installation as a sub specialty.

    Customers who choose to purchase and install railings themselves can head to their local home improvement store for more information. Sales associates can assist consumers in finding the best type of railings for their needs. He or she can also set up delivery services as well if need be.

    No matter which type of materials a customer chooses, whether wood or iron, hand and foot railings should be of the highest quality at an affordable cost to the consumer.




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