Qualified Remodeler Magazine

AUG 2018

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Rod, curved and cocktail railing options TREX Signature railing is a three-step process: Choose aluminum posts and then pair those with a rail and baluster kit or a rail and rod kit. Created to span long lengths for panoramic sight lines, the aluminum railing can be cus- tomized with cocktail railing options; round or square balusters; and three colors of charcoal black, bronze and classic white. Durable and design-minded, the powder-coated aluminum railing includes a 25-year limited warranty. A Curved Rail option can also be custom ordered. Circle 28 on inquiry card Selection of railing system options EXCELL RAILING SYSTEMS designs and manufacturers powder-coated aluminum railing systems that meet or exceed international building codes for the U.S. and Canada. Systems are offered in traditional picket and glass railings, topless glass systems, cable railing, horizontal bar sys- tems and "Knotwood" planks. In addition to nine standard colors and 180 custom color options, the noncorrosive aluminum railing can be custom fab- ricated to meet any project's needs. Two handrail profiles for stairs and walkways and eight fence styles complement the railing offerings. Circle 31 on inquiry card Railing with array of standard, custom colors DURARAIL aluminum railing systems can bring safety and style to decks, balconies, stairs and walkways. Available in nine standard and over 180 custom colors, the powder-coated aluminum systems are offered in picket, standard glass, topless glass, cable rail, hor- izontal bar or plank options. Manufactured in North America from noncorrosive aluminum, the railing is maintenance-free and can be paired with two handrail profiles for stairs and walkways, as well as eight fence styles to choose from with five cap styles. Circle 26 on inquiry card Anodized finish for aluminum railing DECKORATORS ALX Contemporary aluminum railing in Brushed Titanium brings an anodized finish that gives the appearance of stainless steel to aluminum deck railing. Available in two profiles—a rectangle top rail with Deckorators Estate balusters and round top rail with Classic bal- usters—the heavy-gauge aluminum railing resists scratches and corrosion. It comes in 36- and 42-in. heights and 6- and 8-ft. pre-assembled sections for ease of installation. The railing includes a lifetime limited warranty on manufacturing defects and a 25-year removal-and-replacement warranty. Circle 29 on inquiry card Easy assembly of railing panel system The Impression Rail Express from AZEK BUILDING PRODUCTS features a technology that securely locks each baluster in place for a rat- tle-free, full-contact connection without needing a weld. Easy to assemble on level and stair applications, the pre-assembled aluminum railing panel system achieves the look of wrought iron with a powder-coated finish and subtle texture in white, black and dark bronze color options. Its durable finish resists weather and corrosion, and is backed by a 25-year warranty. Circle 27 on inquiry card Railing exceeds most commercial, residential building codes Part of the RDI Metal Works family, Avalon Aluminum Railing com- bines form, function and versatility to introduce a stylish look as well as safety and security. Available as pre-assembled railing pan- els in commercial or residential heights, select from three colors, two infills and four top-rail styles. The company's Securatec locking straps are pre-installed into the top and bottom rails to ensure the balusters remain rattle-free and locked into place without spacers and screws. Circle 30 on inquiry card PRODUCTS QualifiedRemodeler.com QR August 2018 79 Aluminum Railings

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