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*outdoor use only recommended in low-stress and non-corrosive environments. stainless steel cable railing posts. using stainless steel on your cable railing system will give your railing extra strength and durability. it will cost $140-220 per linear foot, depending on the grade of your stainless steel.
a low-budget deck is made of pressure-treated wood, cedar or redwood. the design will be a simple square or rectangle without any curves or patterns in the boards. it will often last 10 to 20 years, depending on the materials used and on how well the deck is maintained.
invisirail is proud to offer the lowest-profile glass railing system on the market today. use the system's ultra-thin posts with strong glass clamps and tempered glass to provide a safe and upscale outdoor experience that won't obstruct your view.
the cost of material and hardware depends on the number of end posts as well as the length of the railing. the end-post hardware costs about $25 for a pair, depending on the brand and retail outlet. bulk 5/32-inch stainless steel cable costs about $.75 per foot and a 36-inch-high railing requires seven to nine cable runs.
build a low cost cable railing - part 2 of 2. luckily, the array of deck railing ideas with lattice and options provide infinite possibilities for livening up your deck diy deckrailing wooden inexpensive cable farmhouse 2x6deckrailingideas see more. etsy. surface mount cable railing posts and components.
for a dazzling glass railing system, decksdirect offers the complete invisirail glass railing system. order the entire system all in one stop without having to source glass elsewhere. with thin steel posts and brackets, these panels let your view take center stage.
install railings on any deck that is 30 inches or more from the surrounding surface and on at least one side of a stairway leading to the deck. the top of the handrail should be at least 34 inches but not more than 38 inches high.