Plasma Cut Metal Stair Railing Panel | Hand Railing | Decorative Modern Railing | Made In Canada | Model # SRP1112

Plasma Cut Metal Stair Railing Panel | Hand Railing | Decorative Modern Railing | Made In Canada | Model # SRP1112

Regular price $140.00
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SKU: SRP1112

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          • Create a private and secure boundary for your children and pets in your backyard pool area.
          • Powder coated and a high gloss for a longer life span.
          • A plated and gloss black powder coat finish provides the metal fence panel with added durability.
          • A patented pin-hinge hidden system eliminates visible fasteners.
          • Easy design makes adjustments simple when installing on sloping terrain.
          • Does not feature picket-to-rail connection points.
          • A simple bracket design speeds up the installation.
          • The attractive finish of this privacy fence panel will complement your pleasant backyard.
          • We make/Provide the metal panels only; Wood handrails crown, Wood Posts, and wood Mold is not included.

    Measure Your Stair Railing in 5 Easy Steps For Measuring

    • Step 1 – Measure the overall height. The overall height is the distance from the floor or landing at the top of the set of stairs to the floor/landing at the bottom of the set of stairs.
    • Step 2 – Measure the overall length. When determining the overall length, measure the horizontal distance from the edge of the nosing on the first tread at the bottom of the staircase to the edge of the nosing on the floor/landing at the top of the staircase.
    • Step 3 – Length of nosing. To obtain the length of the nosing, measure the top edge of the nosing of the first tread to the top edge of the floor/landing nose. Do not confuse this measurement with the overall length.
    • Step 4 – Depth of finished tread. To obtain this measurement, measure the length of one finished tread (from front to back).
    • Step 5 – Height of finished tread. To obtain this measurement, measure the height of a riser from the base tread to the tread of the next stair above it.
    • you can download the form, fill it out, and email it back; Stair-Measuring-Template

    Dear valued customer,

    We want to ensure your satisfaction every step of the way. As you may know, additional shipping charges are sometimes applied by third-party shipping companies for oversized or heavy items. These fees are based on factors like excess length, weight, and handling requirements.

    Please rest assured that we do not profit from these charges; they are entirely passed on from the shipping companies. Our commitment to free shipping remains unwavering, and we appreciate your understanding.

    Thank you for choosing us!