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Step Right Up Expressing Movement on Modern Stairs

Here is another great article on Houzz.com on adding a modern/contemporary look to stairs. The article focuses on expressing movement in your home and how a person on a staircase changes our perception of the design. The article shows some beautiful interior stair designs. The photos in the article feature both glass and cable railing guardrails.
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Cable Railing with Wooden Handrails Photo Gallery

View our SunRail™ Latitude photo gallery on Houzz, featuring beautiful cable railing with wooden handrails.
 
The SunRail™ Latitude Cable Rail with Wood Handrail System (customer supplied handrail) is comprised of mechanical swage tensioners riveted to 2” outer diameter stainless steel posts to allow for cable railing infill.  If you are looking for cable railing with a wood handrail, the SunRail™ Latitude System is an excellent choice.
 

Corners without Hardware

Time Saver!Time and Money Saver! Corners without Hardware. To complete a corner without setting hardware you simply need to double post the corner leaving no more than a 4 inch gap between the two posts.

Measuring Your Stairs for Your New Hand Rail System.

Whether you are purchasing one of our SunRailTMor RailEasyTM cable railing systems, there are a few details pertaining to your stair layout that we will need to know in order to properly fabricate your railing.

Drilling mid post when using sleeves.

Time Saver!Time saver! Drilling mid post when using sleeves. If you are using sleeves over 4x4 post you can drill all initial through holes into the sleeve with the 7/32 bit and barely tap the 4 x 4 inside. Then remove the sleeve and drill the post with a larger bit,  1/4" works well. This goes faster and the larger bit drills a straighter hole.

Measuring you cable.

Time Saver!Time saver! Once you have your tensioners properly set up you need to cut and measure your cable. Begin by measuring your entire run between end post (measure to the inside).

Setting up tensioners for installation.

When you are measuring you cable for a run you should have your tensioner studs unthreaded 3/4 inch. If you have a long run (over 30 feet)  or are attempting to use one tensioner and a stationary connector at the other end you should extend at least an additional 1/4".

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A WORD FROM OUR CUSTOMERS

  • “Now that the railing is completed, it has greatly exceeded our expectations and gives an outstanding presence to our pool area.  The safety factor is just a side benefit from the aesthetic value we have received.”

  • “I live in an extreme environment and nothing holds up as well as your product!”

  • “The owner loves the railing system and his designer was extremely pleased with the visual appearance.”

  • “It does not block the view at all.”

  • “Very Modern and view friendly.”

  • “The contractors had no trouble with installation.” 

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