- Strength: We use high-quality marine grade cables which are rated to hold 15,000 pounds, which is significantly more than your average railings. Our railing systems are designed squarely, with the right posts, width and placement, in order to take advantage of this strength. Our railing systems can exceed building code requirements for strength, even in commercial applications where your railing needs to handle a lot of weight. Galvanized cable or vinyl cable can degrade in just the sun and certainly can’t withstand long-term use without breaking, making them unreliable. Our cable railing systems offer exceptional strength without blocking your view.
- Durability: Through years of direct sunlight, salt spray, rain, and even the occasional snow, our stainless-steel cable railings will stand tall. We guarantee that they will never sag, warp or buckle. You get exceptional durability, and you do not even need to do anything to maintain the railing. Aside from wiping them down with a cloth to remove dirt or dust, these railings are entirely maintenance-free, making them a worthwhile investment for your property.
- Materials: The other materials that make up your railing system matters too. Some railing companies will use steel components, but then choose other materials for the fixtures and brackets. This undermines the overall durability, strength and quality of the railing. We use all-steel components, unless we’re adding some decorative wood (and it won’t undermine the quality of the railing).
Ultimately, our railing systems can be fully customized to meet your needs and tastes. From powder-coated posts to wood posts and custom finishes, your railing system can look as sleek and modern, weathered and rustic, or unique and memorable as you want.
For handrails, choose from sleek stainless steel, powder-coated steel, natural wood, stained wood, and more. We offer many of our handrail options as post and baluster/balustrade options as well, and can also offer custom spacing for a unique look. You can even choose for your railing to be surface mounted directly into the flooring or decking, or fascia mounted to maximize available square footage, which can be a game changer for smaller balconies and stairwells.