The Right Deck Railing for You

Posted 15 May 2018 12:28 PM by Jase DeBoer

Whether you’ve decided to start fresh and build a new deck or decided to finally update that “eye sore” in your backyard, your choice of deck railing is vital to the success of your deck build.

Railings are made out of a variety of materials, including wood, aluminum, composite and clear glass. Take some time to look through the various railing options that are available and determine which style and material you prefer. Deckorators.com has a variety of railing materials and styles available to view. After all, a railing is the icing on the cake for a deck.

Quick and Easy
A traditional deck with a wood railing and wood balusters can be easily updated by simply replacing the balusters. Face-mount aluminum balusters are the best choice for a quick and easy update. You can choose from an assortment of colors and shapes to help create a personalized look.

Face mounted balusters

Timeless and Classic
Are you looking for a durable railing system that won’t require a lot of maintenance? If so, heavy-gauge aluminum railing with a thick, powder-coated finish would be your best option. ALX Classic Railing offers heavy-duty quality with a traditional appearance. ALX Classic Railing is available in three different finishes, which makes it easy to match with the exterior of any house.

ALX Classic railing

Flawless Views
Start your day watching the sun come up over the trees on your lakefront property or enjoying a cup of coffee admiring your garden filled with vibrant colors.

Don’t let your railing obstruct your view due to building code restrictions. A cable railing is a great view-saving option that allows airflow and an open concept for your deck. A glass railing system is another perfect choice to preserve your stunning view, while offering a high-end look.

Cable railing system  

We know that your deck and outdoor railing system are an investment and extension of your home, which is why the thought process behind choosing a deck railing is important. Keep in mind, a railing is what can complete the look of your deck and bring it all together.

 

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