Summer 2013 Photo Contest Winners!
We have our winners for the Atlantis Rail 2016 Photo Contest! Click on any photo to enlarge. The next contest has already begun, CLICK HERE to read the rules and enter! All entries receive a FREE Rail Care Kit!
FIRST PLACE – $500, DEBORAH PAINE, INC. – TRURO, MA
SUNRAIL™ CABLE RAILING SYSTEM WITH CUSTOM FASCIA MOUNT BRACKETS
Deborah Paine transformed this Cape Cod cottage into an upscale summer getaway. They chose the SunRail™ Cable Railing System with custom fascia mount brackets to achieve a modern look. The decking adds drama by using a mixture of large slate and glass blocks. The hardware that makes up this railing system is made from grade 316 stainless steel to offer maximum corrosion resistance and durability, making it perfect for this oceanfront application.
SECOND PLACE – $250, BRANG CONSTRUCTION – BOCA RATON, FL
MIXTURE OF SUNRAIL™ CABLE RAILING AND SUNRAIL™ MARINER SYSTEMS AT THE GUMBO LIMBO NATURE CENTER
Brang Construction constructed multiple railing systems at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton, Florida. These systems were built around 4 salt water tanks that house different South Florida marine habitats. The 2 shallow tanks that feature mangroves and near shore reefs are surrounded by our SunRail™ Cable Railing System. The 2 deeper tanks containing a tropical coral reef and artificial reef/shipwreck are encompassed by the SunRail™ Mariner baluster railing system. Custom gates were also constructed for workers to access the tanks.
THIRD PLACE – $100, DAVID – YORK, PA
NAUTILUS CABLE RAILING SYSTEM FOR BACKYARD DECK
This homeowner chose our Nautilus Cable Railing System for his new deck. This system features 2″ diameter polished stainless steel handrails with horizontal cable infill. The handrails are attached to the posts using straight and adjustable sidemounts. Due to the length between posts, cable stabilizer kits were installed to minimize cable deflection and stay code compliant. This stabilizer features a 1″ diameter stainless tube pre-drilled to let cables pass through at 3″ on-center.
The next contest has already begun, CLICK HERE to read the rules and enter!