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Veranda

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Regency 6 ft. x 3 ft. White Capped Composite Rail Kit

$64.97 /each
  • High quality composite with popular flat, drink-friendly rail
  • 20-year limited warranty - no splintering, cracking or rotting
  • Perfect addition to decks, porches and balconies

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Veranda Regency Railing offers a flat, entertainment friendly profile perfect for dressing up decks, porches and balconies. Included with white square composite balusters, Veranda Composite Railing pairs well with any architectural style. Veranda Regency Railing consists of a premium composite substructure with a permanent PVC finish for a beautiful, sturdy and safe surround. Veranda Composite Railing installs quickly and easily with drop-in balusters. Matching Post Sleeves, Post Caps and Post Sleeve Base Molding available to complete your railing system.

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  • Veranda composite railing requires no additional railing reinforcements
  • Quick and easy assembly
  • High strength, heavy composite technology core
  • Permanent vinyl coating requires no painting or staining
  • Guaranteed not to crack, peel or blister
  • Hardware sold separately
  • 13 balusters included
  • Assembly required
  • Click Here for an estimate on your Regency Railing Project!



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Can the railings be racked to 25 degrees

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My stair angle is 25 degrees and the stair kit balusters are way too loose.
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July 17, 2016
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Thank you for your question. The railing is designed for angles from 30 to 36 degrees. A more shallow angle will allow for loose balusters.
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Dear HomeOwner1: Yes, the Regency kit is ideal for deck and stair railing, and can easily handle and angle of 25 degrees. You will need the stair hardware kits that are hinged to match the angle of your stairs. See: Regency/Enclave White Stainless Steel Stair Rail Hardware Kit, Veranda Model # BKT14 STR HW 4PK WH, Home Depot Internet # 205031123 Store SKU # 822770

This is a great railing product;
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Dear HomeOwner1: Yes, the Regency kit is ideal for deck and stair railing, and can easily handle and angle of 25 degrees. You will need the stair hardware kits that are hinged to match the angle of your stairs. See: Regency/Enclave White Stainless Steel Stair Rail Hardware Kit, Veranda Model # BKT14 STR HW 4PK WH, Home Depot Internet # 205031123 Store SKU # 822770

This is a great railing product; the white capped composite is very strong, never rots and never needs to be painted. I installed it on my deck in Massachusetts three years ago, and it looks as good as new despite New England winters. We just wash the dirt off in the spring. A photo is attached.

An assembly tip: Mount the brackets on the rails with a small 1/16" setback -- not flush to the end of the rail. This will allow the screws to pull the rail right to the post, without a gap. We used a builder's square with a thin piece of cardboard taped to it for the offset and quick alignment - a photo is attached.

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what are the crush blocks demensions?

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July 28, 2016
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there are crush blocks included in the kits.
thanks anyway.
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Dear Bundy: That depends on the height at which you position the railing on your posts. A tip: pieces of Veranda 3/4" x 2 1/2" cellular PVC trim work well. Attach the bottom rail first, then drill a hole for a screw in the bottom surface of the rail -- down through one of the baluster holes. Then screw the block of Veranda PVC to the bottom of the rail. Use stainless screws, of course. A photo is Read More
Dear Bundy: That depends on the height at which you position the railing on your posts. A tip: pieces of Veranda 3/4" x 2 1/2" cellular PVC trim work well. Attach the bottom rail first, then drill a hole for a screw in the bottom surface of the rail -- down through one of the baluster holes. Then screw the block of Veranda PVC to the bottom of the rail. Use stainless screws, of course. A photo is attached.

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I have several sections of existing railings that are 46-47 inches from post to post. Can I buy 8 ft sections and cut to fit?

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Dear Thom: Yes, we had to cut a number of smaller sections for a recent railing project along the coast in Massachusetts. A 'fine' carbide tipped blade works best, e.g. 80 or 100 tooth.

A couple of tips for installation:

(1) Offset for rail brackets: Attach the brackets to the rails with a 1/16" offset back from the end of the rail, not flush with the end. This will allow the screws to pull the
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Dear Thom: Yes, we had to cut a number of smaller sections for a recent railing project along the coast in Massachusetts. A 'fine' carbide tipped blade works best, e.g. 80 or 100 tooth.

A couple of tips for installation:

(1) Offset for rail brackets: Attach the brackets to the rails with a 1/16" offset back from the end of the rail, not flush with the end. This will allow the screws to pull the rail tight to the post without a gap. We use a small builder's square with a thin 1/16" thick piece of cardboard taped to it, to quickly align the brackets with the offset and square to the end of the rail. A photo is attached.

(2) Shims: Insert shims into the top the post sleeves to hold them in place while you measure and install the rails. A photo is attached.

(3) Stainless screws: Stainless steel is softer than standard steel, and the driver bit tends to 'cam out' more easily. Always drill pilot holes as noted in the directions. Drive the screws slowly and carefully, and if one cams out, immediately reverse and remove it and start over with an new one.

This is a great railing product. The capped white composite is very strong, never rots and never needs to be painted. A photo is attached of my own deck with this railing. After three New England winters it looks as good as new. We just was the dirt off in the spring.

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June 23, 2016
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Thank you for your question. Cutting the 8' rail into 2 sections will likely work but you should mark the rails before cutting to ensure that balusters will not interfere with the brackets on each piece.
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What is the diameter of each baluster?

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June 14, 2016
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Thank you for your question. The Regency balusters are 1 1/2" in diameter.
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Dear Greg: The balusters are square, 1.5" on a side externally, and 1.25" internally.

I highly recommend the Veranda Regency railing kits. The capped composite is much stronger than vinyl, with a glossy white finish that stands up to everything the outdoors can throw at it. After I installed it on my own deck, we installed in on a home along the shore in Massachusetts -- where salt, rain, snow and
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Dear Greg: The balusters are square, 1.5" on a side externally, and 1.25" internally.

I highly recommend the Veranda Regency railing kits. The capped composite is much stronger than vinyl, with a glossy white finish that stands up to everything the outdoors can throw at it. After I installed it on my own deck, we installed in on a home along the shore in Massachusetts -- where salt, rain, snow and ice are challenges. A couple of photos are attached. It never needs paint; just wash the dust off in the spring.

Five tips for installation:

(1) Install the brackets on the top and bottom rails first, 1/16" back from the end of the rail. This offset will pull the end of the rail tight to the post when you tighten the screws. If the brackets are flush with the end of the rail, this will create a gap. We use a small builders square with a thin piece of cardboard taped to it, to quickly align the brackets with this offset. A photo is attached.

(2) Before you attach the rails to the posts, insert shims at the top to hold the post sleeves tight against the sides of the post your rails will fasten to.

(3) To position the rails precisely before you drill the pilot holes and and drive the screws, secure the bracket to the post with a rubber-faced clamp -- not a metal one. See: DEWALT Model # DWHT83196, Home Depot Internet # 205086878 Store SKU # 1000045052. Position the clamp so that it covers the bottom hole on the bracket -- enough to hold the bracket and rail steady as you attach the other two screws. Then you can remove the clamp and drill the pilot hole for the last screw.

(4) People complain that the bracket screws are "soft" and the driver bits tend to cam out. Fact is, stainless steel is simply softer that standard steel. Always drill pilot holes as noted in the installation guide, and drive the screws slowly and carefully. If a bit cams out, immediately back the screw out and try again with a new one.

(5) The capped composite rails and balusters are strong enough to support flower boxes. I found a great source for PVC flower boxes. Do a search for "FlowerWindowBoxes" in Cumming, GA. They have a number of different styles, all made from solid cellular PVC -- just like the Veranda trim sold by Home Depot. A few extra steps are required as you assemble the rails; I inserted 1" oak rods into two balusters on either side of each flower box, to give the mounting screws something to bite into -- and installed a piece of Veranda PVC trim under each box, as support. I also installed a small piece of PVC under the bottom rail, under each flower box. . Photos are attached.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to fit This was simple to add on a remodel porch. We wrapped the post that was there with the matching post wrap and it worked easily. This rail we had to cut 1/2" off both sides to fit it to our porch. We have a good power saw and blade, clean cut. Quick fit. you do need to pre-drill post to let the screws work the best when using the kit that joins it to post. It does not come with the rail, you buy it separate. We have all the tools and technology, but we are aging, this allowed us to do our own repair even as Seniors. June 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Quality Product. Nice quality product. Easy to install. Dressed up my 20 year old deck. July 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best deck railing solution I found The original wood railing on our deck was aging quickly, ugly and unsafe. I reviewed the options and picked the Veranda Regency composite product at our local Home Depot. I am a semi-pro home remodeler and know quite a bit about new building products and technology, and this composite is a winner. The core is strong and weather resistant like pultruded fiberglass, and the gloss white surface is sharp and never needs paint. Unlike vinyl, the rails and balusters are strong even when it gets hot in the summer, self supporting and need no wood reinforcement. Sleeves slip over your existing posts, so no structural changes should be required. The rails also fasten to the posts with stainless brackets on the bottom side -- there are no ugly 'pocket brackets' at the end of every rail. The brackets and screws are all stainless steel, for long term strength and no rust stains. I attached some photos showing the before-and-after from wood to Veranda. Here are a few installation tips: > Post sleeves: The post sleeves will be larger than your wood posts, which leaves a gap. Insert a couple of shims at the top to tighten the sleeve against the post. This will make installation of the rail brackets easier; the sleeve won't shift and move when you are drilling holes and tightening the stainless screws. (A photo is attached showing the shims in place.) > Rail brackets: Attach the brackets to the rails first. If you position the stainless rail brackets at the end of the rail, you will find that this often leads to a gap between the end of the rail and the post, after the rail is installed. Tape a thin piece of cardboard to a small builder's square, and hold it against the end of the rail when you position the bracket and mark the holes for the rail screws. This will shift the bracket back a bit, which will pull the rail tight to the post. (Photos are attached of the builder's square, the marks for the holes, the gap and the rail pulled tight.) > Clamp the rails to the posts: To keep the rail securely in position while you mark the bracket holes, drill the pilots and tighten the screws, rest it on a couple of 2x4 pieces, then carefully clamp the bottom of the brackets to the posts with rubber faced clamps that won't mar the post sleeve. (Not a metal clamp.) The clamp will cover the bottom hole in the bracket; you can add this final screw after the other two are tightened. > Stainless screws: People often complain about stainless screws 'twisting out' or breaking. Fact is, stainless is softer than the steel used for standard screws, e.g. Deckmate. You must be more careful. If your PT deck posts are old and hard, you may need to drill small pilot holes. Always use a fresh, high quality, full length driver bit -- not the free short ones that wiggle around and twist out. Drive the screws in slowly and carefully with constant pressure. If a screw starts to slip and skip, stop immediately, back it out slowly and start again with a new one. (High quality Milwaukee bits are available in the Home Depot tool dept.) I hope all of this info is helpful. This was a great solution for our deck, and should be for yours! Mark September 20, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Better than our old wood railing Easy to install, almost didn't need the directions. Our old wood railing was dried out, cracking and generally unattractive. This looks much better. We'll see if it still looks as good in 10 years. We were concerned that it might not be sturdy enough but it certainly is. October 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent, required brackets are worthless The railing itself is pretty good quality, really like the look and the price is pretty competitive. One of the railing kits I received had the baluster holes cut 1.5" x 2" as opposed to 1.5x1.5; not a big deal I always buy a few extra for things like this and return as needed. Biggest downside is the required brackets are more than $16 for 4 brackets and a handful of screws. Even with pre-drilling all the holes, the screws still all stripped. Ended up buying some quality screws separately...pretty big bummer for something that is so much. I would definitely keep the low quality and high expense of those brackets in mind before buying this again. September 11, 2014
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