parts of a wood or composite deck railing. guardrails are composed of an assembly of parts. there are different methods for building guardrails with a variety of materials for decks, but most rails built from wood share a common set of components. the infill section of rails is usually constructed of the repeated use of pickets or balusters
all aluminum railing panels are precision manufactured for all aluminum railing panels are precision manufactured for consistent quality and are backed by a 15-year warranty. each kit includes: 1-preassembled panel for quick and easy installation; top and bottom rail snaps; and 1-deck rail cut kit for securing to posts support leg install instructions.
composite railings and posts resemble wood and are worked with standard woodworking tools, but have a solid, appealing appearance all their own. the post sections shown in figure a illustrate the range of materials now used for railings. the composites are the most popular, as is composite decking. theyre made from a blend of wood fibers and
can be used with wood and composite deck can be used with wood and composite deck railing systems. durable aluminum balusters for long lasting performance. they offer the look of hand-forged wrought iron with 1 in. diameter that provides maximum view from the deck.
wood, steel or composite railing. high maintenance wood, steel, or composite railing all need a varying degree of ongoing maintenance. wood must be painted or stained and maintained annually. steel must be re-painted about every 5 years to help prevent rust and corrosion. composite has an entire industry of cleaners, stainers, and renewers to
browse the composite railing kits carried by the deck store online. composite railing kits are available from all the major manufacturers, including: seven trust, seven trust, seven trust, seven trust, and more. seven trust premier deck railing has a real wood look, in a classic, victorian style.