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Oil-Rubbed Bronze Handrail Bracket

  • Constructed of steel for durability
  • All mounting hardware is included for easy installation
  • Can hold up to 250 lbs.
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Product Overview

The Everbilt Handrail Bracket is ideal for supporting handrails at any angle. Use in hallways or stairwells. Great for indoor or outdoor use. Easy to install.
  • Made of steel
  • Oil-rubbed bronze finish
  • Screws included
  • Strong design for added durability
  • Meets ANSI/BHMA A156 grade 2
  • Maximum distance between brackets not to exceed 48 in.
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Width (in.)
1.37 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Stair Handrail Brackets
Fasteners included
Yes
Finish
Oil-Rubbed Bronze
Finish Family
Bronze
Load Capacity (lb.)
250 lb.
Material
Steel
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
250
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

28Questions16Answers

How long should screws be for securing handrail on stairs

Asked by Gerry May 14, 2021
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Gerry the answer is an "it depends" answer. If you're attaching the brace(s) to wood you can make do with 1 1/2" screws. If attaching to 2x4s or greater (behind 1/2" sheetrock then 2" screws are more appropriate. The screws provided by the manufacturer are adequate BUT you must assure you are attaching to the studs behind the sheetrock (or whatever the wall covering). Another consideration is how many brackets you're using. If only two, then I'd add another quarter inch to the lengths mentioned above. In my case (9 foot railing) I used three brackets and anchored into studs behind sheetrock using 2" screws. ...very sold/no flex or wobble.

What is the extension from the wall? How many inches is it from the wall to the screw holes of t...

Asked by Seniorretrofit May 13, 2021
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Answer

The dimension from the wall to the screw holes of the rail bracket for the Everbilt White Handrail Bracket is 2.46 inches.

What is value of the dimension usually referred to as "CP" - the distance from the wall to the ce...

Asked by Seltzerman May 10, 2021
1
Answer

For the Everbilt Stainless Steel Handrail Bracket, the distance from the wall to the centerline of the handrail is 2.48".

While remodeling I lost the bracket that screws to the underside of the railing (the little "u" s...

Asked by FakePenName February 7, 2021
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Answer

That piece of the Everbilt Satin Nickel Handrail Bracket is not sold separately. Unfortunately, another bracket would have to be purchased.

I'm replacing old brackets and need to know the distance between the screws. On my old ones, the ...

Asked by ba September 21, 2020
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For this Handrail Bracket the distance between the top 2 wall screws (center to center) is 0.79" and top screw to bottom screw is 1.57". This bracket appears to be smaller than your old bracket so new holes would need to be drilled.

How much space would this give the handrail from the wall?

Asked by MKF July 14, 2020
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Answer

The spacing would depend on the dimensions of the handrail. On a 1-3/4 inch handrail, there is 1-1/2 inches of clearance remaining between the wall and the handrail after installation.

How do I attach these brackets to a cinder block basement wall? Do I need to use concrete anchor...

Asked by Bill July 11, 2020
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Anchors would be one means for attaching the brackets to block walls. As for sizing, I'd take the bracket to your local HD store and compare anchors/bolts to the screw hole size in the bracket. That being said, and if 'looks' are less important than function, consider using Tapcon cement screws. You'll need to pre-drill the holes but they will be smaller than anchor holes and the Tapcon products will hold quite well. ...and they come in many sizes too.

Does the arm have a circular profile where it meets the bracket that screws into the rail so the ...

Asked by JimS July 3, 2020
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Yes, it does have it.

What size screw is included with the Everbilt heavy duty handrail brackets? What size toggle bolt...

Asked by pj April 6, 2020
1
Answer

Install the handrail bracket into wall stud using #10x1-1/2” screws (3pcs) and secure handrail using #10x1” (2pcs). For toggle bolt we suggest to using 3/16” and length base drywall thickness.

When wall mounting, do you place one on each stud for the length of the rail?

Asked by Paul January 31, 2020
1
Answer

This handrail bracket should be installed in studs with no more than 48 inches between brackets. The handrail should not extend more than 24 inches from the last bracket.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 342 reviews
  • 91% recommend this product
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I needed to replace an older broken bracket This fit and worked great!
I needed to replace an older broken bracket This fit and worked great!
by HomeDepotCustomer
very excellent
very excellent
by NannyB
After searching for the studs and drilling a few extra holes, I now have an incredibly sturdy rai...
After searching for the studs and drilling a few extra holes, I now have an incredibly sturdy railing.
by GolferGuy
1 person found this helpful
The description of this bracket states that it is rated for 500lbs. https://www.homedepot.com/p/C...
The description of this bracket states that it is rated for 500lbs. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Crown-Bolt-Satin-Nickel-Handrail-Bracket-15547/202033998 However, the package it comes in states a rating of 250lbs. I bought these brackets specifically for the high weight limit. HD has no other handrail brackets of this type with a rating over 250lbs. If you need a stronger bracket, you will have to get it elsewhere.
by CHP
4 people found this helpful
Super-disappointed. This brass handrail bracket product (which I purchased in my local Home Depot...
Super-disappointed. This brass handrail bracket product (which I purchased in my local Home Depot) was manufactured so poorly it doesn't function properly. The rail part of the bracket doesn't sit flush against the rail and there is a significant gap between its two screw holes and the rail surface. I am pretty sure its lousy manufacturing and not just a perception issue on my part, because the rail part has a curve that looks more like a "V" than a "U" as shown on both these online pictures and on the old brass handrail I have at home that I was replacing. If you see this part in the store, watch out for / beware that "V" shape. You can tell it doesn't work by merely sticking the two parts together and laying them against any surface without even attaching any screws to anything. Disappointing.
by GWeiss
18 people found this helpful
Love the look of these!
I replaced our old brass with these new stylish oil rubbed bronze. Love the new look.
by Jules
5 people found this helpful
wall railing bracket
Used to hold 2" diameter circular wood as railing. Pretty good quality metal.
by HomeDepotCustomer
18 people found this helpful
Great Replacement for Previous Old Hardware
I had to take down my handrail to paint my stairway wall, and when I went to put it back up I noticed 1/3 of the screws were striped or nearing. Seeing as how brass was going to clash with the paint anyway, I decided to upgrade to these - and they worked wonderfully. 99% of an exact replacement hole-wise.
by ACM
Simple, straightforward, unobtrusive, strong. Makes the handrail feel very secure....
Simple, straightforward, unobtrusive, strong. Makes the handrail feel very secure.
by Elpized
The solid brass railing bracket is of top quality for...
The solid brass railing bracket is of top quality for the price, was easy to install and should work for most types of hand railings. I purchased it online, multiple payment options, received it in a few days. Great service by Home Depot, they kept me informed of the shipping status. Recommend doing business with Home Depot.
by Duke
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