A: For the Everbilt Bright Brass Light-Duty Handrail Bracket, the spacing between brackets should not exceed 48 inches and the handrail should not extend more than 24 inches beyond the final bracket.
A: I recommend putting them every 4 feet.
A: Individually priced
A: This handrail bracket is sold individually.
A: This item is priced individually and should be spaced less than 48" apart. We purchased 5 to install a handrail along basement stairs.
A: Minimum of 3 but I would use 4.
A: My hand railing is 8 1/2 ft and takes 3 brackets; I would say 4 total should do it
A: 16" o/c stud wall could use up to eight if mounted to every stud. I used six for a 12' rail with half the run needing a 2x4 set parallel to stair stringer descending into a basement with no wall beside it. On the stud wall above floor I used three. To my thinking four or five would be an absolute minimum for security.
A: Normally you would use one every four feet, but on this piece of cheap crap made in China, place them on every other stud (32" center to center).
A: A 12’ handrail needs at least 4 handrail brackets. The spacing between the brackets should not exceed 48".
A: No, this one won't give you that reach. The rail attachment point is a little more than 2 inches out from the wall (.75 inches wide). I used two styles of handrails, the first was a 1.75" 3/4 round and the other a 2.5" oval. I attached the brackets on the center line of each rail, which resulted in about a 1" gap between the rail and wall.
A: The centerline of my handrail with this bracket is 2.5 inches from the wall, because it was manufactured in China and is a cheap POS.
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|Name||Satin Nickel Light-Duty Handrail Bracket||Bright Brass Light-Duty Handrail Bracket||Satin Nickel Handrail Bracket||2-3/4 in. x 2-1/16 in. Black Aluminum Alloy Heavy Duty Wall Rail Mounting Bracket|
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