|Product Depth (in.)||.25 in||Product Height (in.)||32.25 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1 in|
|Core Type||Solid Core||Features||No Additional Features|
|Number of balusters included||14||Product Weight (lb.)||12.0 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Stair Part Type||Baluster|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See store for details|
A: Gerald, to better answer your question, please contact the HD.com customer service department at 800-430-3376. Call any day between 6 A.M. and 2 A.M. EST or call your local store. They can either answer your question or transfer you to your local store to answer your specific question.
A: ....yes, the kit comes complete and ready 2 install!
A: Short answer - yes. The ones I've been sent come 14 to a box and have the correct numbers of screws and washers. We are responsible for the rails the baluster gets attached to, however.
A: We used composite decking material for rails and covered the posts with white pvc. We did not use a kit.
A: yes, includes screws and plastic washers
A: I bought several kits. The baluster come with screws and a plastic washer. You get to supply the screw driver and effort. I believe that the screws have a square instead of a slot or phillips. Looked great when I finished.
A: Please contact your local PRO associate to discuss special order options.
A: These form a beautiful deck rail system! They do indeed come with painted to match mounting screws. When installing, some of the paint inside the square drive can be chipped but the marks are hard to see from more than a few feet away.
A: Yes and balusters were quality.
A: Yes, the screws have black heads.
A: Yes. The screws match but I purchased a box of screws at my local HD. The screws that come with the rails are easily broken and there are no extra screws sent with your purchase.
A: Yes. They are easy to put on and well made. They look awesome.
A: I think I used 3 inches from hole to hole. that is about 2 and 1/2 between balusters.
A: Depends on the LAWS of YOUR STATE!
A: 3 inches
A: The recommended spacing is 3.5 inches. I don't have an instruction sheet in front of me, but I believe the recommended (mandated?) maximum span is 60 inches.
A: 2.5 balusters are needed per lineal foot. Check with your local regulatory agency for special code requirements in your area.