This is a perfect example of how a cable railing system can work on a small-scale project inside a residence. It helps to keep the feel of the living space open and inviting while providing a safety barrier for the opening in the floor for the stairs.
In Part 3 of Cable Railing DIY Success, we are going to discuss how stabilizers work and how they can be used in a cable railing system.
By choosing cable railings for your home, you can enjoy these 5 benefits of cable railing. From unobstructed views to beautification of your home and more.
In Part 2 of Cable Railing DIY Success, we are going to discuss the selection of post and rail material and how they can be used to build the safest railing and match your budget. We will further discuss how to successfully build a cable railing frame using wood.
This homeowner wanted a cable railing system that allowed for an unimpeded view of their backyard and the lake below.
When tackling a DIY cable railing, you need to know the basics. There are 3 basic rules that should guide you through the designing and installing of your cable railing.
This homeowner gave their deck a complete overhaul using the RailEasy™ Cable Railing System. They used 6 x 6 posts to match the size of their columns. They also chose to do a wide top rail stained a different color to add contrast to the railing system. The horizontal lattice skirt that wraps the whole deck creates a visually appealing look that matches the horizontal direction of the cables.
Railings and handrails are a perfect pair, preventing us from taking embarrassing and painful falls. Even if you don’t always depend on handrails for balance, they are important should the worse happen. For the disabled and elderly, railings with handrails are crucial when it comes to accessibility, safety, and consistency. To guarantee that buildings are […]
This fitness facility utilized the SunRail™ Cable Railing System to keep a clear view of their club.
This homeowner used the NOVA II aluminum cable railing system on their lakefront property in New Hampshire. Their long term goals were to reduce the amount of maintenance needed and to keep their view of the lake unobstructed.