How to Spot a Quality Cable Railing
Not all cable railings are made to our exacting standards. A poor-quality railing is a liability to your home or property and will eventually cost you in repairs and maintenance. Here’s how you can tell that we strive to create a railing system that will outlast many of the other features on your property:
- Material quality: We don’t use inferior materials like vinyl-coated cable that break down in the sun. Instead, we use marine-grade stainless steel that is at least 1/8 inch and sometimes thicker for demanding commercial environments.
- Post size: The strength of the railing also depends on the size of the posts. For example, when we are installing wood posts, we use 4×6 or 6×6 posts to offer ample strength. Metal end posts can be smaller, as the material is stronger.
- The view:In the end, a great cable railing should maximize the lovely view just beyond it. Take a look at our gallery to see truly unobtrusive railing designs that put the emphasis on your view.
Serving Residential & Commercial Clients
From balconies and stairs to large-scale commercial applications, our team is uniquely equipped for jobs large and small. In addition to residential and commercial projects, we can also work with:
- Medical and educational campuses
- Municipal structures
- Places of worship
- Industrial properties
- And more
Our references range from veteran memorials to car dealerships, yacht clubs, and a lot more, so don’t hesitate to call.
Reach Out Today
Reach out to us at Bay Area Cable Railing to discuss why we should be your railing contractor in Mountain View, CA. True to our name, we service the entire San Francisco Bay Area. So even if you’re located in another city, like Sunnyvale or San Jose, rest assured knowing that our pros are based in the Bay Area and ready to come to your location at a moment’s notice.