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This beautiful Connecticut home features a rooftop railing over a rounded covered patio.  What a difference this decorative exterior balustrade addition had on the look of the home!  A huge “thank you” to Creative Builders of CT for letting us be a part of this project. To learn how to measure for your own Curved […]

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Our Wood Porch Balustrade systems have undergone significant improvement in 2018.  An improved Rail Installation Hardware Kit and a wider baluster capacity for the 4″ System are some of the features.  And, the balustrades have been independently tested as Structural Guardrail.  They have been found to exceed the strength requirements for IBC, IRC, and ASME […]

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To download the Polyurethane Balustrades 3 part Specifications in Word (.doc) format for easy inclusion in your plans, click Poly Balustrade 3 part specs (.doc) The 3 part spec for our urethane balustrades is also listed below:   Structural, High-Density Polyurethane Railing System (Balustrades) SECTION 06 81 00 COMPOSITE RAILINGS AND BALUSTRADES  This specification includes […]

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Western Spindle Wood Porch Rail Systems passed testing according to ASCE building code guardrail requirements. An independent third party conducted porch balustrade structural testing on our 4″ Porch Rail System and 6″ Porch Rail System, which were installed on the testing fixture with our Rail Installation Kit, Newel Posts, and Newel Installation Kit.  The products […]

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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 […]

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C.M. of Pennsylvania writes: “Of course Adam, the materials and everything was excellent definitely be doing future business.  Thanks.” This is a unique way to dress up a front entry stair while adding an element of safety.  They used the 8×40″ Raised Panel Newel Posts in conjunction with 3 1/2″ Victorian Porch Spindles and 6″ […]

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