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Peak Aluminum Railing

Model 50260

Internet #203683296

Store SKU #605726

Store SO SKU #1000073431

6 ft. Aluminum Standard Stair Picket and Spacer Kit in White

$49.97 /each
  • Unique slide-in spacer design for a clean, finished look
  • Flush edges ensure a safe surface for skin and clothing
  • Enclosed pickets minimize water entry
Color Family: White
  • Black
  • White

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The Stair Picket and Spacer Kit come in a variety of choices: Standard pickets or wide pickets. This 6 ft. Aluminum Standard Stair Picket and Spacer Kit provides a more traditional and timeless look to your railing project, while the wide stair pickets offer a bolder and more stately look. Unlike some methods of Snap-On spacers that can sometimes snap-off, our practical slide-in spacers is guaranteed to stay safely in place. This Standard Stair Picket and Spacer kit is a fundamental component of the Peak Aluminum Railing - an attractive, durable and low-maintenance railing system. While other railings may warp, rot or decay, Peak Aluminum Railing stays strong for years thanks to its superior protection and lasting beauty.

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  • Unique slide-in spacer design for a clean, finished look for top and bottom rails
  • Attractive and durable powder coat finish
  • Flush edges ensure a safe surface for skin and clothing
  • Enclosed pickets minimize water entry
  • Includes 6 lin. ft. of pickets and spacers
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Lakewood, CO
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I was looking in the store at the pickets and noticed that the stair pickets look like they are shorter. I am the manager at The Trails End Motel in Lakewood CO. I am replacing our hand rails or guard rails. The guard rails are at 42" per code but the stairs require a 42" guard rail plus the extra hand rail at 34" - 38". I have done my first building and now I am getting to the stairs. Do I have to buy the standard picket and cut the angles myself or is the stair picket 42"? The specs say 42" but They look like 36". If so you might want to change the specs on home depot web site. Another issue that I am having is that Home Depot web site says that they are in stock and they are not. I have went to several Home Depot that it says say 10 in stock and they do not even stock that item. they stock the black but not the white. So when I decided to go with this railing I thought they had it. So I started my project and find out that they do not stock this. So now I am having a hard time even getting the parts that I need. Thanks.
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I'll try to address your issues, as it seems you have a couple going on at once.
1. When installed the stair pickets are 42" at the back of the stair tread and riser to the next stair. They are roughly 36" at the front of the stair tread. I did my installation alone, and I used scrap/spare bottom rail pieces taped to the bottom stair rail as temporary spacers to install the stair railing. This gave me
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I'll try to address your issues, as it seems you have a couple going on at once.
1. When installed the stair pickets are 42" at the back of the stair tread and riser to the next stair. They are roughly 36" at the front of the stair tread. I did my installation alone, and I used scrap/spare bottom rail pieces taped to the bottom stair rail as temporary spacers to install the stair railing. This gave me the 42" at the back of the stair tread. It also gave me the "No more than 4 inches between railing and stair" code requirement so a child's head can't get under the bottom rail.
2. The stair pickets are shorter, and they are cut square, not angled. Only the spacers are cut at an angle.
3. If the store personnel say they do not stock the stair railing in white, you have a couple of options. You can order the stair pickets and schedule for an in-store pick-up, or home/business delivery. Their stock system is computerized, so they may have the stair pickets mixed in with the standard rail pickets. I've run across that issue before at my Home Depot. Online stock is usually close to what they really have. Their store stock system will give the location where the item is supposed to be.
4. If you're going to install a gate, I used spare/scrap standard top rail pieces as spacers to hold the gate up when marking the gate hinge bracket holes. The gate top rail is about 1/16" lower using this method.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nice railing Well, it looks good, hopefully it lives up to never having to paint... the installation was done by my contractor although I was home to watch, I believe the railing would be a much easier install being as it a flat surface..then the hand rail we installed on the front steps.. trying to keep everything in place was very hard.. the rails kept falling out while trying to put in the next.. you would finely get to the top and move the rail ever so slightly and all the bottom ones would come out and spaces would all fall down to bottom.. thank God the man had patients.. because if it was me... I would have screamed.. :( December 29, 2015
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