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Prova PA9 Powder Coated Steel Wall Bracket

$31.42 /each

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The Prova railing system is a component based, easy to install, interior and exterior railing system. The system offers up to 18 different configurations. The wall bracket for handrail is attached to an existing wall and supports handrail. You can use either the aluminum or wood handrail with this bracket. Spacing should not exceed 60 in.

  • 2-3/8 in. to center of handrail
  • Connects handrail to wall
  • Comes 2-brackets per pack
  • Grey powder coat finish
  • Recommended for exterior or interior use
  • Used with aluminum or wood handrail
  • Care free maintenance
  • All other accessories and options are sold separately
  • Easy assembly no special skills required, basic hand tools
  • Homeowner is responsible to verify code compliance

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How many wall brackets do I need to connect a 12-foot Prova wooden handrail to a wall? Is four enough? Too many?

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4 should be plenty
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do you have to find or attach the handrail to a stud? can you use an anchor on the sheet rock.

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Always recommended to attach at a stud
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what are the length's of this product?

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This is just the bracket that attaches to the wall. Check the hand rail itself for length.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Bracket I really like how this handrail bracket looks. Even though it was originally designed to mount to a certain type of handrail, I simply did not use the little piece of metal that came with it. I remove that little piece and bolted the bracket directly to my wooden handrail. Another nice feature, (even though I'm sure it was not designed to do this), is how easy it is to modify the distance from the handrail to the wall. I needed my handrail to be a little closer to the wall than the bracket was designed for. I cut about 3/4 of an inch off of the end of the bracket, drilled the hole a little deeper, and tapped new metric threads deeper into the bracket. I reattached the part of the bracket that connects to the handrail, and voilà! My handrail is now closer to the wall. November 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdy with good design I used this to add a handrail going down to the basement. The the brackets are very sturdy. The distance between the screw holes make it a little difficult to hit the stud, but you can angle the screws in a little. I used #10, 1.5 inch screws. The 2 screws that come in the package are used to attach the bracket to the wooden handrail. If you use the metal handrail, you will not need them. When you order, remember that there are 2 brackets per package. October 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by There ARE enough screws To address a previous review - the two screws provided are for attaching a wood handrail. The three holes for mounting on the wall are meant to be used with user-supplied hardware based on the surface you are attaching to (wood, drywall, concrete, etc.) September 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice part, not enough screws We like the look and it was easy to install with the matching handrail. However in one package are 2 brackets, each brackets has 3 holes for mounting, but only 4 screws are in the packages. Someone needs to learn how to multiply! April 14, 2015
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