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Fusion 28.35 in. x 3/4 in. Brushed Nickel Stair Baluster

Fusion

28.35 in. x 3/4 in. Brushed Nickel Stair Baluster

$8.20 /each

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For a contemporary look to your stair railing, look no further than the Fusion line of stair parts, from Surewood-LNL. The Surewood-LNL Brushed Nickel Baluster assists in the stability of the stair rail system. Balusters connect to the bottom of the handrail and the top of the stair tread. The beautiful brushed nickel finish is the ideal choice for a contemporary stair design. The molded angled shoes on the stair baluster flex anywhere from 38° to 45°, permitting it to be installed on most common stair designs. From stair treads, stair railing and a complete selection of Stair Parts, Surewood-LNL has what you need to make your stairs beautiful.

  • Balusters include the top and bottom connecting inserts
  • If necessary, the baluster can be trimmed to height with a metal cutting blade
  • Balusters attach to rails and treads with wood screws provided
  • Balusters should be arranged so that there are no spaces 4 in. or wider anywhere on the stair or balcony
  • Exclusively for the Fusion stair railing system

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The Height Requirment is 36"

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Kirkland, WA
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August 26, 2016
I like this look, but.... I live in WA State and the required railing height is 36" but the Baluster is only 25.35". How can use this to meet the code?
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August 29, 2016
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Hi Jo, thanks for asking the question. This baluster is designed to be used with the Fusion handrail system. This system incorporates a Fusion shoe rail (or a base rail) as well as Fusion handrail. Used together and installed correctly, the top of the handrail will meet or exceed the 36-inch rail height requirement you have for your staircase. If you plan to use this baluster separately from the Fusion Read More
Hi Jo, thanks for asking the question. This baluster is designed to be used with the Fusion handrail system. This system incorporates a Fusion shoe rail (or a base rail) as well as Fusion handrail. Used together and installed correctly, the top of the handrail will meet or exceed the 36-inch rail height requirement you have for your staircase. If you plan to use this baluster separately from the Fusion system, it may not work properly. We will post a picture of this handrail system so you can get a better idea of how it all functions together. Thank you! Read Less
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August 26, 2016
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This will not work for you.
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Material composition

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January 27, 2016
What is the material of the rod and the swivel connectors?
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February 4, 2016
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The material is nickel.
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January 28, 2016
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Thank you for your question Wcshaff.
Our Fusion balusters are made of a aluminum alloy with a nickel finish.
For further questions please reach out to your local Home Depot store for assistance.
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Balusters in a balcony area wall to wall

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Warminster Pa
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October 4, 2016
Can you use these balusters in a balcony area with a straight run with hand rail and bottom peace if not do you carry balusters that can be used in the tipe of area?
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October 5, 2016
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Pugs, you can use these balusters in a straight/balcony run with handrail and shoe rail PROVIDED that the rail height and baluster spacing you choose meets your local building codes. We suggest you check with your local municipality to learn the codes for your area. If you have additional questions, we'll be glad to help. Thank you!
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Are the bottom shoes flat or angled?

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June 19, 2016
The text and picture appear to imply that both the top and bottom are angled, but for most applications shouldn't the bottom be at 90 degrees, and just the top angled? I'm confused.
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June 21, 2016
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Tominco, these balusters come with angled shoes at the top and bottom. They are designed to be used with the Fusion rail system that utilizes both a base rail and handrail. They are not designed to be used on standard/conventional balustrades as you describe. We will post an image of the system soon that will illustrate how they are used on a stairway. If you have additional questions, we will be glad to Read More
Tominco, these balusters come with angled shoes at the top and bottom. They are designed to be used with the Fusion rail system that utilizes both a base rail and handrail. They are not designed to be used on standard/conventional balustrades as you describe. We will post an image of the system soon that will illustrate how they are used on a stairway. If you have additional questions, we will be glad to help. Thank you! Read Less
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