Our wall rail can be used almost anywhere you need a little extra support.
Just keep a couple of things in mind.
The wall to which the hand rail bolts needs to be a flat plane. Too much bulging and you will need a custom hand rail with a bend to conform to the bulge in the wall. How can you tell if there is a bulge. Use a long straight edge place it along the wall and you will be able to see if your wall is okay.
|How long should your rail be? Take the nose to nose measurement on the stairs or the ramp from top to bottom and then add about a foot to this measurement. For example if your steps measure 6′ purchase the 7′ wall rail. If they measure 6’3″ purchase the 8′ wall rail. See the chart below.|
Info needed at checkout! At check out you will be asked to input the exact length of your rail from end to end. Therefore you are not limited to a round number. For example you can request a 4 foot 3.5 inch rail. Our accuracy for end length is usually between 1/8 to 1 inch. In most cases you will want to make your end length 12 inches more than your nose to nose.
|Can the wall rail be used on drywall? Yes, you just need to use the proper anchor bolt. For your conviencnce we offer these for purchace during the checkout process. Also most hardware stores have these in stock. Example pictured
Is a different bolt need for block or brick? Yes this anchor type is also offered at checkout or you will commonly find them at your local hardware store.
How far off the wall with the railing be? 2 1/4 inch hand clearence and 3 1/2 inches from wall surface to outside edge.
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