Post & Deck Mount Kit

Easily adjustable for smooth install on uneven surfaces, including concrete.

This post mount greatly simplifies the process of installing the aluminum railing onto concrete and other deck materials by being easily adjustable for slightly uneven surfaces. It has been precision welded for added strength and stability. Available in 36” height and adjustable to 42" height. Use with deck mounting kits (sold separately) when installing railing on decking.

  • Steel post mount
  • Use to install composite posts on concrete and other deck materials
  • Adjustable height
  • Post mount can be used in place of a wooden 4x4 post for aluminum, composite or an assortment of post sleeve options


     Installation Instructions

    Technical Information

    • Post & Deck Mount Kit CCRR-0257 Evaluation Report - [pdf - 592 KB]
    • Aluminum Railing CCRR-0161 Evaluation Report - [pdf - 2 MB]
    • Aluminum Railing - Ontario, Canada Sealed Drawings [pdf - 287 KB] 36" 42"


    Deckorators performs well in varying weather conditions. During installation, it will contract only slightly in cold weather. In hot weather it expands. We recommend that the material is on the job site 48 hours prior to installation to acclimate. Follow the installation instructions spacing guidelines to ensure proper room for expansion and contraction.

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    We recommend checking and cleaning your ALX Railing once per year in normal environments. In more hazardous environments or if heavy soiling occurs, more regular cleaning may be required. To clean, wash the railing with a solution of warm water and mild detergent and rinse to remove all residues. The railing should be cleaned using a soft cloth or sponge. Test the cleaner in a small, inconspicuous area prior to applying it to the entire railing system to ensure that no color change or damage will occur.