Model # CR425

Internet #100317878

Store SKU #233465

Village Ironsmith Classic 4 ft. W x 28 in. H Black Steel Rail Panel

Village Ironsmith

Classic 4 ft. W x 28 in. H Black Steel Rail Panel

  • 6 in. on center twisted vertical spindles
  • For Decorative Purposes Only
  • Black baked on primer coat
$17.97 /each

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Product Overview

Traditional design for decorative purposes only. Post and Accessories sold separately. Installation instructions are included on every accessory package.

  • Ornamental rails for decorative purposes only
  • Use Classic post (NP125), connector (ND125) and floor flange (FF125), sold separately, to install
  • 1-1/4 in. wide x 7/8 in. deep top and bottom rails
  • Twisted vertical spindles are spaced 6 in. on center
  • Can be pitched for use on inclines
  • Touch up all scraped or scratched area immediately upon installation; annual repainting is recommended
  • For at grade installation only
  • Price includes 1 rail section
  • All railing components sold separately

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Customer Questions & Answers

is there a matching stair rail for this

Asked by: chief
You can use it as a stair rail. It's easy to bend the top rail sideways but, as reviewer wrote, the connections between rail and spindles may break. A more important Q is whether this railing meets your local code in terms of height and spindle spacing.
Answered by: Standhandyman
Date published: 2016-01-23

Can you trim these?

I need them to be about 3 ft for my project, am I able to trim these with the proper equipment, or do they come in shorter lengths?
Asked by: gritsandgrammar
yes can be cut and also bent as a section to meet stair angle
Answered by: Gregw
Date published: 2016-12-27

How do you cut the material?

The space I need the railing for is about 5 feet wide. How would I cut the railing down, or would I need to take this to a welder to be cut?
Asked by: Laura
Cut with a hacksaw blade
Answered by: Gregw
Date published: 2016-12-27

how about the Virginia code?

Does this model come in 6 feet x 36 inches? If I am not wrong the Virginia code requires a post every 6 feet and a minimal height of 36 inches. Could you please advise?
Asked by: Gio
This is not the rail you are looking for. The spindles are too far apart.
Answered by: Standhandyman
Date published: 2016-01-23
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Customer Reviews

Classic 4 ft. W x 28 in. H Black Steel Rail Panel is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 26.
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent look and value . Very pleased with my first... Excellent look and value . Very pleased with my first ever HD online order though i buy a lot in your stores.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from product was exactly what I wanted to provide a handrail for my front porch and steps. product was exactly what I wanted to provide a handrail for my front porch and steps.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from exactly as pictured exactly as pictured
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to work with Arrived packaged perfect. The metal is easy to cut and manipulate for degree angles for stairs. Very satisfied how great they look and how cheap they are. Had to add an extra drilled hole with bolt and nut to support the Newel post to the Floor Flange.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from rails don't meet code I bought these rails for my front porch, they are easy to cut and install. They had scratches on them but nothing a can of spray paint can't fix. The only problem is that the distance between the each rail is against the city code so my permit was denied. So check your city codes or you might be wasting your money.
Date published: 2014-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I got the "traditional" style instead. It's 6" taller and a spindle every 4" instead of 6". This is a good product-bang for bucks. Instead of the classic, I got the traditional style rails that cost more. Appears to be the same company, just a taller rail with more spindles. I also got the decorative post end lambs tongue to make it look nice and finished. Yea although the hardware is solid metal, these railing panels are on the flimsy side But they are made to angle up a stairs by bending into an angle AND it is METAL, not the plastic expensive fake looking vinyl that won't last near as long as these even though these may start to rust over the years and could be damaged by some guys horse playing around them. So these are Primed Only from the factory and require to be painted, the color of your choice, they are labeled as such and I have read other reviews where they started to rust after a few years so you really have to paint them if you have any morals. I was able to spray paint them all and hardware, with two passes, Before installation with gloss black rustoleum spray paint can marked 25% more. Don't use any cheap paint that won't last 6 months, it's not worth the cost savings. I used the shipping cardboard box to paint them laying on, letting coats dry before doing the other side. I could have brushed them with rustoleum from a can, would have been a thicker longer lasting coat but I was feeling a bit lazy and short on time and it's not humid here in CO. Be sure to paint the underside of all the parts and rails as well. I will spot paint the cut ends of the one railing I will have to hand hack saw cut to match the concrete porch depth. I bought two of these rails for my elderly parent's front and back concrete porches, since dad fell once already. I wish I had them before that. Got a wood railing made and installed from their garage into their house so these will finish the exterior railings. Don't wait till our elderly relatives fall and make sure they have had their bone density checked and are on the easy meds if it's low, so they won't break something or a hip if they do fall. I didn't purchase the concrete screw anchors since the reviews are not good, I'll buy some other anchors from Home Depot. I have a concrete hammer drill and masonry bits so the anchors won't be a problem installing. Hope you found this informative.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good with some caveats We had been looking for railing and found this online. We had considered a variety of options including composite railing and vinyl. It turned out that this was the best deal for the amount that we needed (which was quite a bit). This railing is pretty good looking. It looks pretty fancy, especially for how inexpensive it is. It installed pretty easily as well. Please note that you will need all the pieces including the posts, the floor flange, and the connectors in order to install. It comes together nicely on a level surface and feels pretty sturdy. I don't think it would hold up to someone running full speed into it, but you can lean on it and probably fall into it without any problems. However, the posts on the actual rail (not the newel post or the bigger posts on top and bottom, but the small ones in the middle) do bend relatively easily. They are a thin metal and you could easily change their shape. Just something to keep in mind. Also, there are only 7 of the thin posts on each piece of rail (unlike what is shown in the picture). So they are spaced a bit further apart. Installation on stairs is a bit more tricky. You use the same pieces (no stair kit), and just bend and cut. This takes a lot of patience but isn't impossible. The rail cuts relatively easy with a grinder. I did find the stairs frustrating at times trying to get them all to line up etc. I don't know how other stair rails are, so I really can't compare though. At the end of the day, we're happy with our purchase. It looks nice and serves it's purpose. It was quite a bit cheaper than the other options we were considering. Given that, we're willing to deal with some of the downsides (though I don't consider them to be dealbreakers obviously).
Date published: 2011-11-04
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