Sunday, September 13, 2009

deck railing






Both the steel cables and supports are custom made.  The cables are self tensioning; the long run uses sleek turnbuckles.  The plate in contact with the cedar and the lag screws are stainless steel. 

14 comments:

  1. Looking very good! I like the clean and simple railing details.

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  2. Looking very nice! I like this idea. Do you know anyplace can supply this in christchurch? thank you

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  3. Who built or where did you get the post?

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  4. Where did you get directions for this I would love this

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  5. Can this railing be ordered in Ohio?

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  7. These are made by Paul Kraft in NE Minneapolis, MN. He will ship.

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  10. This is a nice post in an interesting line of content. Thanks for sharing this article, great way of bring such topic to discussion.

    Max Glass

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  11. I'm impressed by your work on the post. I convinced by you article You've posted. Thanks a bunch!

    Allan Low Glass

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  12. This railing looks so luxurious. The combination of the cedar, black steel and stainless cables is very pleasing to the eye. Great job!

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