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Model K35071 White

Internet #100664003

Store SO SKU #973600

Kompact White 47 in. Balcony Rail Kit

Was  $226.01
$214.71 /each

Save $11.30 (5%)  through 08/31/2016

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The Kompact Balcony Rail Kit can be used in place of a knee or half wall along your top floor or opening and is constructed from steel. The handrail is made from beech wood. This railing matches any of the Kompact staircase models in White.

  • Constructed from steel
  • Handrail constructed from solid beech
  • Gray powder-coat finish matches Arke staircase kits
  • Can be used in place of a knee or half wall along your top floor or opening
  • Includes 10 balusters, 1 handrail and all necessary hardware
  • Important: consult your local building inspector for specifics regarding compliance with the local building codes

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I would not call the single piece of paper that came with this directions High quality, very nice addition to the spiral stair kit I purchased from the same company. It came with one piece of paper that I would call an illustrated bill of materials - just a picture of the parts included and some vague idea of how they go together. This was only a little helpful. I ended up sighting were I wanted the railing, then measuring and placing all the aluminum floor fittings first. To get the plastic upper ends into the metal tubes I first assembled the two plastic pieces, then set them in hand tight and smacked them on the ground upside down to get them to seat. I could not do this with my hands or a rubber mallet - it is a very tight fit. Then I placed all the balusters in loosely in the fittings on the floor. I used a magnetic level to level each vertical baluster, held it in place to drill pilot holes, and then put in the screws into the wooden railing. I installed the vertical support on the last baluster which required only one inch cut off to fit in my placement.Then I tightened all the set screws on the bottom fittings. It was not hard to install, and is very sturdy, but a few paragraphs of instructions would have been very helpful. May 3, 2013
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