Model # 50113

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Store SKU #609708

Store SO SKU #1000073437

Peak Aluminum Railing 6 ft. Aluminum Stair Hand and Base Rail in Black
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Peak Aluminum Railing

6 ft. Aluminum Stair Hand and Base Rail in Black

  • DIY friendly and easy to install
  • Designed for both picket and glass applications
  • Easily cut to length for smaller sections
$ 76 98 /each

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Product Overview

  • DIY friendly and easy to install
  • Designed for both picket and glass applications
  • Easily cut to length for smaller sections
This 6 ft. Aluminum Stair Hand and Base Rail kit comes conveniently packaged with two sets of connectors to mount the rails to the posts. These innovative connectors easily adjust for any stair angle and is a fundamental component of the Peak Aluminum Railing - an attractive, durable and low-maintenance railing system. While other railings may warp, rot or decay, Peak Aluminum Railing stays strong for years thanks to its superior protection and lasting beauty.
  • Easy to install
  • Attractive and durable powder coat finish
  • Unique slide-in pickets spacer
  • Easily cut to length for smaller sections using a hacksaw or a mitre saw with a metal cutting blade
  • Hand and base rail includes 1 ft. x 6 ft. hand rail, 1 ft. x 6 ft. base rail and 1 x base rail support
  • Complete your project

    Peak

  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • DIY friendly and easy to install
  • Designed for both picket and glass applications
  • Easily cut to length for smaller sections
Model #: 50113
Sku #: 609708
Internet #: 203677977

This 6 ft. Aluminum Stair Hand and Base Rail kit comes conveniently packaged with two sets of connectors to mount the rails to the posts. These innovative connectors easily adjust for any stair angle and is a fundamental component of the Peak Aluminum Railing - an attractive, durable and low-maintenance railing system. While other railings may warp, rot or decay, Peak Aluminum Railing stays strong for years thanks to its superior protection and lasting beauty.

  • Easy to install
  • Attractive and durable powder coat finish
  • Unique slide-in pickets spacer
  • Easily cut to length for smaller sections using a hacksaw or a mitre saw with a metal cutting blade
  • Hand and base rail includes 1 ft. x 6 ft. hand rail, 1 ft. x 6 ft. base rail and 1 x base rail support
  • Complete your project

    Peak

  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Picket Spacing (in.)
4
Product Depth (in.)
2.3 in
Product Height (in.)
42 in
Product Width (in.)
72 in

Details

Color Family
Black
Features
Water Resistant
Includes
Nuts and bolts,Rails
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Material
Aluminum
Number of framing/post rails for panels
0
Number of picket/baluster rails for panels
0
Returnable
90-Day
Stair Part Type
Handrail

Specifications

Dimensions

Picket Spacing (in.)
4
Product Depth (in.)
2.3 in
Product Height (in.)
42 in
Product Width (in.)
72 in

Details

Color Family
Black
Features
Water Resistant
Includes
Nuts and bolts,Rails
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Material
Aluminum
Number of framing/post rails for panels
0
Number of picket/baluster rails for panels
0
Returnable
90-Day
Stair Part Type
Handrail

Questions & Answers

Can you install posts on concrete stairs?

Can you install posts on concrete stairs?
Asked by: Yogibear
Hello, and thank you for your question. Yes the posts can be installed on concrete. You will have to use an anchor suitable for concrete and ensure that the thickness of the concrete is at least 3".
Answered by: Product Expert
Date published: 2018-06-29

do these include the mounting brackets?

Asked by: Chris
Yes, they come with mounting brackets,
Answered by: Rooster
Date published: 2018-07-30

SO, which answer is correct? Do the pickets come with the 6 ft set for $69 or do these have to b...

SO, which answer is correct? Do the pickets come with the 6 ft set for $69 or do these have to be bought separately
Asked by: handyguy1
The pickets are bought seperatly
Answered by: Kent
Date published: 2018-07-26

do the mounting posts come in the kit

do the mounting posts come in the kit or do we purchase them seperately
Asked by: lauren
No - the posts are separate. You can get mid-posts, corner posts, end posts and stair posts. I used Mounting Brackets to tie the railing system to my house wall. (also sold separately)
Answered by: Birdman
Date published: 2017-08-16
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Customer Reviews

6 ft. Aluminum Stair Hand and Base Rail in Black is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 59.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had made a mistake in a cut of a piece of this railing and needed one additional 6' section. It... I had made a mistake in a cut of a piece of this railing and needed one additional 6' section. It was installed on my front porch. The original larger on-line order was placed inside the store using one of your assistant managers, who was very helpful. The order was placed and he informed me before I left the store my entire order was in stock in the store and I could probably pick it up in a couple of hours. I received an e-mail a little later after lunch the order was ready for pick-up. I went over shortly after that and picked up my complete order with no problem. This why I like Home Depot more than that other store. Great product and was easy to assemble and install.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The install of this railing around the deck was pretty straightforward. We got that installed wi... The install of this railing around the deck was pretty straightforward. We got that installed with relatively little problem although it is definitely a two person job. Going down the stairs, however, has been a NIGHTMARE. There are so many different parts that it's impossible to keep the whole thing together while trying to install it. It falls apart which puts the measurements off...heck, just getting the proper measurements is impossible. My husband got shingles he got so stressed out (true story) and I ended up in tears. So the whole thing sits unfinished until we can figure out what to do. We have remodeled this entire house so we are fairly experienced but we are very close to scrapping this whole project and starting over with a different product.
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Damaged pieces and hard to install I spent $1500 for an online purchase in store pickup of this peak railing system. We have returned about half of all pieces because the parts have large dents, missing pickets, missing brackets, missing screws, lots of chipped paint. I am not satisfied with this product. The Huntsville, AL store must have a large quantity of damaged parts. I think they sold me previously returned items. I have made four trips to the store and have more to return. The project is halfway completed. Never again will I buy this much product from Home Depot without opening every box in front of the store manager at the customer service desk. This is way too expensive to have problems. My advice is do not buy this product.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from GREAT DIY PROJECT This is the perfect DIY project....instructions are vague and the only video skips over the difficult parts leaving it up to you to figure out. Customer Service is responsive and when we called several times their best suggestion was to get someone with construction skills to helps up. You will get plenty of DIY time on this, as the system needed to be assembled and disassembled multiple times to measure and install correctly. For extra fun, make sure to try to install the stair rails.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Product The finished product looks professional, and it should be very low maintenance with no rust problems or the usual problems with wood. The railings were a lot easier than the stair railing though. One suggestion for the manufacturer would be to expand the stair rail instructions. It wasn't really clear when the attachments should be installed. Try copying Ikea. Another suggestion for the manufacturer would be to build better boxes for the stair rails. Three boxes at Home Depot were broken at the top and missing hardware, including the one I bought and had to bring back.
Date published: 2016-07-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Would not buy again This is not a DIY product. Top and bottom rails and brackets are easy enough to cut and assemble. No problems there. But the pickets are a pain on the straight sections - and impossible on the stairs. The picket system, using spacers between each picket and requiring four clean square cuts on little pieces of aluminum that don't fit any kind of saw well, make the entire system junk. And if your cuts are 1/16 off - the whole thing rattles. Would not recommend this product. First product review I've ever written. I feel that strongly about it.
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Peak Aluminum Railing products are excellent - well made, perfectly finished, attractive and stur... Peak Aluminum Railing products are excellent - well made, perfectly finished, attractive and sturdy when installed. Installation instructions are excellent, especially the online installation videos on the Peak website. Each component comes complete with the appropriate fasteners. I had one problem, hence the Four Star rating: I chose Decorative Spacers to dress up the railing. Proper installation requires that each decorative spacer be screwed to both adjacent pickets, using TINY self-tapping screws. The decorative spacers are pre-drilled but the pickets are not, so you have to carefully hand-hold the screw in the hole while setting the screw with your portable screwdriver. Space is limited and the drill/screwdriver must be held at an angle. More than one screw wound up in the garden, and it was very hard to get the spacer/picket combination in perfect alignment. I shared this issue with Peak Customer Service; maybe they'll provide pre-drilled pickets in the future. If you choose standard spacers, installation is very simple and straightforward. I think the decorative spacers are worth the trouble, but be prepared and take your time.
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from instructions are poorly written First off carefully inspect every piece you purchase BEFORE you leave Home Depot. I didn't scrutinize every piece, and had to return 3 damaged pieces, and 4 pieces missing parts. It wasn't all at once as I discovered them during installation. I had previously installed about 26 feet of this railing on my front porch. I set each one section at a time, and five 4' sections, and one 6' section took over 9 hours. As I got to the end of the 20' run, I had to repeatedly unbolt the line posts to finish the installation. At the end of the project, I realized the best way to install this railing. Don't bolt anything down in the middle until all sections are complete. I bought enough to do 84 feet of railing around a deck. I set the wall mount, and the corner post along a 25 foot run. Best way to figure out mounting for the wall mount is to use a center post, or end post as a pattern. Set the bottom wall mount first. Set the top rail wall mount after the section is complete. Set the cornet post, snug but do not tighten the bolts. Working each end one 4 foot section at a time, I made it to the middle. Set the bottom rail, set the pickets and spacers placing a picket against the wall or post, and work your way to the end of the rail. Measure the remaining space on the rail and cut 4 pieces half that distance placing one short spacer at each end. This will center the pickets and you need 2 spacers for the bottom, and 2 for the top. You are going to need a hacksaw because 4', 6', or anything in between doesn't come out evenly without having to make a cut. I used a miter saw with metal blade to cut the railing. If you're left with an inch or two, pull out a spacer and picket, and half that distance. You'll still be less than the length of an entire spacer. If you're using the diamond spacers every other spacer, you are aiming to achieve an odd number of spacers, and even number of pickets. Do not bolt anything down in between the corner and wall or corner and corner until all sections are completed. Once all sections are completed, work from one end and align the posts one at a time bolting them into position. I was able to complete a 25' section in 2 hours by myself. I completed the next run of 16' in 1.5 hours, and an 18 foot run in 1.5 hours. The next day I finished off the shorter runs of 7', 2', 6', and 2' in 4 hours. It took about 1 hour to hang each gate. The stairs are a different story. It took me 2.5 hours to hang the first 30" section. Once I figured out a method to measuring the lengths that needed to be cut for the stairs, I used the same principle of mounting the bottom rail first. Having some bottom railing pieces lying around, I used them as spacers between the stair and bottom stair rail. Blue painter's tape held them securely to the bottom rail during installation. After the first one was done, the last 3 stair rails took about 1 hour each. This isn't a pre-made sectional system. It will take a little time to get a pattern down on installing it, but once you have the pattern down, it goes fast. I anticipated the project would take me 4-5 days, and was amazed that I got it done in less than 3 days. One of the best features is the ability to replace a single bent picket, rather than having to replace an entire 4' section. One of the worst features is they give you no room to lose a screw or have one break off a head. Even including one spare screw would be a great benefit.
Date published: 2014-11-07
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