Rated 4.8 out of 5Â by 9
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Builder Premium Railing System
The premier railing is worth the extra money! I was totally impressed with the construction of the top rail.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lcombs 6 ft. x 36 in. Vinyl White Premier Rail with Square Balusters
Very nice look railing. Wasn't very hard to install.
September 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Rojo Nice ralings, easy to install
Super simple installation. I installed about 50' of it completely by myself with no trouble at all. Just slip the post covers over existing 4x4s (if that's your situation) slap the provided template on them, drill your holes, install the brackets and pop the railing into place. Easy cheesy! Miter saw comes in handy for making nice, clean cuts for custom lengths.
July 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by victor good product
the handrail is actually made of thick plastic and is very sturdy. Looks beautiful too. Easy install once you read the instructions twice..
October 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jmccl2005 FANTASTIC looking porch railing!!!
I installed 7 panels, including a stair-rail and I have to say that this item and its associated pieces are a beautiful work of art.
My customer had me replace an aluminum standard railing with the vinyl railing due to the discoloration and deterioration of the aluminum rail and hardware.
Just remember, you'll need to cut both the top and bottom rails equally, otherwise your pickets/balusters will not line up. You will NOT want that!
Also, being that the Veranda Premier railing is a special order item, you will NEED to double and triple check your orders, otherwise, you will not be able to finish your project as it takes approx. 10 days to
fill your order and have it ready.
I used a chop saw to cut several of my rails, but then realized, a reciprocating saw is honestly all that's needed, UNLESS you're doing a cut on a stair rail. Then, you'll need the chop saw. Let's just say, I warned you, if you choose to not use the chop saw on that stair rail. Remember, it'll take almost 10 days to get a replacement piece IF you screw up! Do you want to wait 10 days for delivery and in that time, have NO railing in place (assuming you removed the old rails, which, to acquire perfect measurements, you'd need to do anyway.
The railing is super robust and if you order the 8' rail, it will come with an aluminum insert which is hidden, and adds some serious structural stability to the rail.
Lots of steps and tools to keep in mind, and if it only takes you a few short hours to install the rails, as I've actually seeing some reviewers suggest it took them,......well, you may have rushed the job. I spent 3 days installing about 45 feet of rail , which included a first and second floor balcony,...and I wasn't about to worry about my pride and someone else's competitive nature. I was more concerned with my customer's safety.
Once done, it looks BEAUTIFUL! Enjoy! :-)
July 20, 2014