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5 Popular Types Of Porch Railings And Posts

Well chosen porch railings and posts can make your home more appealing and could even increase its value.

It is therefore worth your while to gather a variety of porch railing ideas before you choose the most fitting solution for your property.

Coordinating porch railings and posts will not only enhance the outward appearance your home; it will also add to your enjoyment when relaxing on the porch, patio or deck.

5 Popular Types Of Porch Railings And Posts


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Aluminum Porch Railings

Aluminum porch railings are durable, require low maintenance, are impact resistant, have color consistency (does not fade due to sunlight) and are inherently weather resistant. Aluminum porch rails will therefore not bend, crack, decay and or peel. A product such as Lang Aluminum Railing Posts is specifically aimed at the DIY customer, with innovative design aspects such as built-in picket spacers.

Vinyl Porch Railings

Vinyl railings look like wood railings and match them in style and versatile appearance. Vinyl rails can be very contemporary or have a timeless, classic look. They are less expensive than wooden porch railings.

Wooden Porch Railings

Wooden porch railing ideas can be earthy, designed to suit personal taste. They can add elegant lines to your property and offer safety in its solidity. They could be and often are pieces of art. Wooden porch railings could be more expensive to maintain, but provide the home owner with a constant fresh look, if properly maintained. They do provide an imaginative ambience to the visual effect of one's property.

If you choose wood, inexpensive window treatments such as bamboo rollup shades can perhaps form part of your decor.

Cement Porch Railings

Cement porch railings can be bulky, but can add a solid look if the style of your home allows for them.

Glass Porch Railings

Glass railing designs will provide to your deck the touch of style that are both decorative and useful. This is one way of adding a modern touch to your home.

Whether you opt for wooden, cement, or aluminum porch railings and posts, the finishing touches will come from well chosen patio furniture. Each of the elements used for your deck, patio or gazebo need to complement one another.

In the end, safety is a crucial aspect. It is very important to ensure that the porch railings and posts are strong enough to stand up to the presence of people entertaining and relaxing on the porch.


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