Deck Railings with Superior Sights

We made Durarail deck railings to be tough, safe, and low maintenance, but we know there’s more involved in your decision. A beautiful space to sit and relax will bring much comfort to a home. That’s why we’ve worked to make Durarail one of the best-looking products anywhere on the market when it comes to aluminum deck railings.

With over 180 custom colors, Durarail can work with the palette of any designer. However, sometimes the right color can be no color at all.

Glass panels and cable railing systems have become popular with many homeowners that do not wish to obstruct their view with other deck railings. With this in mind, we’ve created 2 products to help homeowners and builders to show off their breathtaking vistas without impediment.

The PUP Post

Originally introduced in 2011, the PUP Post is an innovative product designed to hold topless glass panels in place on your deck and patio. These posts allow 30 degrees of swivel to each of the glass panels, which makes it viable to use on many deck surfaces and designs. Glass panels always look terrific, but they have traditionally been an expensive installation when compared to other options for deck railings. The simple and efficient design of the Panorama Post makes it much less expensive. Good looks, at a lower cost. Perfect.

Durarail Cable Railing

The Durarail Cable Railing system is a unique way of getting much more visibility from your deck while providing additional airflow, extra security, and fewer maintenance requirements. The cable railing is made with aluminum posts, and top rails, connected by cables of 316 stainless steel. Both the cables and hardware have excellent resistance to atmospheric conditions, which means less maintenance for you. Cables come in a variety of sizes, and the top rails also have a number of different profiles to choose from.

If you would like to see more, contact one of our professional installers to show you exactly how one of these gorgeous deck railings could work for you.

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