Admire the final touch that railings bring to your newly built or restructured deck. As some of the best deck builders, we’re full of advice on choosing the best option for you and you alone, based on a conversation about your needs. Look no farther than Beyond Curb Appeal for the perfect deck railing.
At Beyond Curb Appeal, we pride ourselves for being a deck store that provides a wide selection of decking materials that includes a multitude of brand names to work as an advantage to your property. With the many brands we have in our inventory, you can fully realize any outdoor decking ideas you may have with the certainty that you are using quality materials that will endure over the years.
Some evergreen trends include using materials like wood, metal, or glass; using different shapes such as curves or diagonal lines; and using different colours to create a visually interesting contrast. It’s also becoming more popular to use obscure railing designs with sculptural or artistic aesthetics – like railings that appear to be made from tree branches, natural formations, or sculpture.
Depending on your needs and preferences, you may want to consider a wood or metal railing or one that is made of translucent glass or acrylic. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. Solid wood railings or privacy lattices are beautiful and provide a natural and elegant look for any home.
Yes, installing a deck railing on your own is possible. However, we strongly recommend that you consult with us to ensure the safety of your deck. We can assess the stability of your deck and advise you on the best practices. After all, the safety of your household and guests is at stake if improperly installed.
This is an exceptionally open-ended question that we’d love to help you with in person. Your tastes, planned usage, price points, and material availability all factor in a decision, but the good news is that we are here to translate your dreams into an actual product selection.
It depends on the material, but if you’re installing yourself, you’ll need saws, hammers, screws, and nails. Metal railings can require drill bits, screwdrivers, and wrenches. And glass railings necessitate hole saws and special drill bits, in addition to the other necessary tools. Sandpaper, wood glue, and caulk are also good to have on hand.
Inspect your deck railing regularly. Look for loose boards or nails, and make sure the railing is properly attached to the deck. You’ll also want to clean your deck railing regularly rather than relying on rain or snow. This will help prevent mould and mildew. Sealants can also help you keep rust at bay for metal rails.
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