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Wall Mount Post Band Bracket

Wall Mount Post Band Bracket

A Wall Mount Post Band Bracket offers the homeowner a maintenance free product plus enhances the beauty of your home. Vinyl Railings come in various styles and colors so you can find that special look for your home. Vinyl Railing can be installed in around concrete patios, directly on concrete, directly on wood decks or balconies.

How to Plan:

Discuss your plans with your local township to see if there are height or style restrictions for the type of railing you would like to install. Traditionally railings are installed to a height of 36 inches for lower levels and 42 inches for balconies.
Visit a reputable vinyl railing distributor and have them provide valuable insight and budget suggestions.

What is Available:

Wall Mount Post Band Bracket come in various styles and colors. They can be used for decoration, security or for safety. The top rail comes in different widths and shapes so that they can be easily held on to by senior citizens. They are usually supplied in a box system that includes the top and bottom rails, balusters or pickets, bracket kits with screws and caps. Post caps are also supplied if needed.
With most manufactures both top and bottom rails have metal reinforcements to add strength and stability.

Railing Terminology:

  • Top Rail – The top portion of the railing that you can hold on too.
  • Bottom Rail – The bottom portion of the railing the holds in place the balusters.
  • Balusters – The pickets in between the top and bottom rails. These pickets can come in various styles such as quare, round, and other decorative styles.
  • Bracket Kits – Allow you to connect the top and bottom rails with the post.
  • Post – The vertical support that the top and bottom rails will be attached to.
  • Post Skirt – The post skirt is the bottom molding of the post to hide the connection to the concrete or wood deck.
  • Post Mount – The aluminum mount that is bolted to the wood deck or concrete. The Vinyl Fence Post is then placed over the aluminum mount for install.

Site Layout:

Take time to carefully lay out your plan for the railing to be installed. An incorrect measurement could result in problems later. Make provisions for widths of the railing so that you do not end up with odd sized sections that can complicate the installation.

Before You Begin:

Make sure you have the correct post needed to assemble your Wall Mount Post Band Bracket. In some situations, existing posts may be used, or if needed new posts will need to be installed. Posts for the stairs are typically longer then the posts for non-stair sections. Be sure to carefully follow all of the manufacturer`s instructions. Good luck with the installation.

Getting Started:

Project tools and materials needed: Hacksaw or miter saw, drill, tape measure and level. Check all boxes of material to be sure you ordered everything you need and that everything is accounted for. Distribute the rails to the appropriate location for installation. These are

Measure Rails for Openings:

First you need to measure the distance of the opening. Mark the measurement on the top and bottom rail, verifying that you are trimming equal amounts off of each end of the top and bottom rail in order to maintain a uniform appearance.
Cut each end of the top and bottom rail at the markings. (For example, if your rail is 4 inches longer than your opening, you need to cut 2 inches off of each end.)
Insert the foot peg in the bottom rail for the desired distance for the bottom rail to be off of the floor. If a foot peg is not available, prop up or shim the bottom rail to the desired distance.

Installing the Bottom Rail:

Slide the mounting brackets onto the ends of the top and bottom rails. Install bottom rail first by inserting into the opening. Make sure the rail is level and then fasten the brackets to the post or column with the provided screws.

Installing the Top Rail:

To install the top rail, hold it an angle above the pickets and slide it onto the picket’s one at a time. Check to see if the rail is vertically level and then secure it by screwing the brackets into the post.
Adjust the top rail side to side until the pickets are vertically level. Screw one leveling screw into the top and bottom bracket on one end of the rail.
After assembly install the screw caps (provided) to hide the screw holes.

Post Information:

When a post is needed to be installed, some vinyl posts can go directly into the ground around the cement patio. The post should go down 3 feet into the ground with …

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Wrought Iron Fence Mounting Brackets

Wrought Iron Fence Mounting Brackets

There is little to say about the appearance of a Wrought Iron Fence Mounting Brackets than WOW. They can be both intimidating and elegant at the same time. There isn’t another type of fencing that can be described in the same manner. While childhood brought thoughts of deterrence, as an adult, you can truly appreciate the beauty and security of a wrought iron fence.

When you think of the houses that have featured Wrought Iron Fence Mounting Brackets in movies, they are always these grandiose creations that immediately put a feeling of awe in your heart. Wouldn’t it be nice to have people look at your house in the same manner? Well that look can be accomplished with a little time and money and the construction of a wrought iron fence around your home.

The appearance of this type of fencing is not debatable

The sturdiness and elegance that they can add to any property puts this fencing in a league of its own. If you take the time to match the different accents up to your house and property design, the overall affect is something that people will definitely sit up and take notice of.

While the beauty of Wrought Iron Fence Mounting Brackets is one aspect, the other is the security that it can add to your home. There are few fences that will give you the secure feeling that a wrought iron fence will. They are extremely difficult to navigate your way over and with the intimidating tops, safety becomes an issue for any would be trespasser.

Cost is usually one of the first things that people bring up when they discuss this fencing as it is noticeably more expensive than any of the other forms of fencing. The reason for this is of course because it is the best. Now while it may initially be more expensive, those costs will more than pay for themselves as the years unfold.

The Benefits of a Wrought Iron Fence Far Outweigh the Costs

Two of the more popular forms of fencing are wooden fences and chain link fences. They are of course much less expensive, but they are also subject to various conditions that can absolutely destroy them. These same conditions are laughed at by a wrought iron fence. Thinks like rotting, water damage and breaking are not an option for the sturdiest of all of the fence breeds.

Now a wrought iron fence does have some upkeep costs that you are going to have to deal with, but they are far from the daily costs that one of these other fences will present you with. You can also be assured that the maintenance time that you will invest will be nowhere near the time that you would spend on the other Stone And Iron Fence. While your neighbors are fixing or replacing portions of their fence, you are merely walking around with some paint and touching up some of the bare spots. Now what would you rather do, buy a gallon of paint or put up the money to have your damaged fence torn out and re-installed?…