Our Railing Offerings
We offer two types of railing systems: steel and stainless steel. These systems are made with all-steel fasteners for significantly better performance and high quality cables that can withstand some of the toughest environmental conditions in San Rafael, or elsewhere. That includes salt spray! Discover more about these railings below.
Steel Cable Railings
When you need a sturdy but simple handrail, or a sleek deck railing, we will often recommend a steel railing. With proper fasteners, spacing, and the right aesthetic, our steel cable railings provide long-term quality and good looks for any property they are installed on. They’re low maintenance and we build them to be compliant with building codes. If you want a wood railing look, we can add wooden elements like balusters, hand rails and more.
Stainless Steel Cable Railings
Stainless steel cable is the superior option for railings. They can meet more stringent building codes for commercial spaces, or withstand more challenging environmental conditions. We make make stainless steel railings with the right design, spacing and fastening to provide exceptional strength and durability. A stainless steel railing from us is guaranteed to never warp, sag, or buckle. They provide high value to any space they are installed in, and achieve the right aesthetic to make your property shine.
How Our Railings Compare
We believe that all of our railings should improve the property we install them on. Whether its a small handrail or a major stair rail meant to hold a crowd, we don’t compromise on strength, function or beauty. That means there are some railing systems and railing materials we won’t use. That includes:
- Aluminum railing: Aluminum is not a durable enough material for use in high quality railing systems. Even using aluminum fasteners on a steel railing is an error that results in quicker corrosion and other issues.
- Glass railing: Glass railings are common, particularly as deck railings and interior railings for offices. Unfortunately, glass railings can give off glare and odd light effects that frustrate people and prevent them from enjoying the view.
- Inferior cable: We prefer to use marine-grade cable. Other types of cables, including powder-coated, galvanized steel, vinyl and more, do not provide top performance. Instead they are damaged by the sun or by water exposure, and quickly give out.