Railing is last, but not least.
Your railing system may be the last piece to your project, but its also extremely important. Beyond needing deck railing that's safe, this will be the most visible part of your outdoor space. Take care in choosing the right railing for your project. Are you looking for a modern look? Need to make sure your stunning view is unobstructed? We can help you make the right railing choice. Below are the available railing choices, all of which are available at any TimberTown location.
For a sturdy rail with an elegant look, aluminum railing is an excellent choice. Aluminum railing systems won't rust due to the elements and comes in single pieces or panels for easy installation. Aluminum railings can be beautifully paired with cable, wood or composite products as well.
Iron railing is a popular and cost-effective option for your deck or outdoor space. Most products come with a gloss or matte finish to help you achieve the perfect look. You can get iron railing panels, balusters, or complete systems.
If you're looking for an unobstructed view with a modern feel, cable railing is a great option. Low maintenance, stainless steel cable compliments almost any decking product and can be easily installed with metal, wood or composite posts and top caps.
All our composite decking brands have railing systems that integrate seamlessly with their products as well as iron, aluminum, glass, or cable components. Composite railing is both low maintenance and designed to compliment composite decking. If you've decided on composite decking for your project, take a look at a few composite railing options as well.
For a truly unobstructed view with a high end look, go with glass railing inserts. Tempered glass for railing can come in panels or vertical strips, so it can be used with multiple types of posts and railing systems.
For a natural look that's both beautiful and cost effective, wood railing is a great option. We can provide wood railing components for Treated Pine, Cedar, Redwood, or hardwoods like Ipe, Tigerwood, Cumaru, or Garapa. Use wood for your project's posts, railing caps, or balusters. Wood railing is versatile, so it can be incorporated with several different types of railing products like composite, iron or cable.
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