Handrails make any stair more stable and safer to use, but they also add beauty and elegance to your stair. Our engineered rail uses a patented flower joint technology that makes joints in the rail nearly invisible. They can be cut, sanded and drilled to accept wood or metal balusters. Use matching handrail fittings to allow your handrail to climb, turn, ascend or terminate in a graceful manner. This Stair Parts is designed for interior use only. They can be finished to match other Stair Parts or interior decor. From stair treads, stair railing and a complete selection of Stair Parts, SureWood-LNL has what you need to make your stairs beautiful.
Matches 75xx series handrail fittings
Meets IRC building codes for grasp ability
Looks beautiful with clear coat finish or tinted stains
This rail is not cheap but the quality is way better than other rails that I considered. Worth it in my opinion, would definitely recommend.
Response from Steve VibertJan 27, 2021
Thank you, BobbyG! We're happy that you're happy with the product.
Jul 2, 2020
High quality milling and finish sanding out of the box. Only had to do some light spot sanding pr...
High quality milling and finish sanding out of the box. Only had to do some light spot sanding prior to staining. Used this with pin top balusters to install a stairwell balcony railing. This white oak product looked much better stained and finished than red oak I have used in the past. The picture on the web doesn't do it justice; it has a nice wide profile with a peaked top; the bottom has a centered index line grooved into it to make lining up your baluster holes extremely easy.
Response from Steve VibertJul 6, 2020
Wow, MSD! Thanks for sharing, and we're happy that your project was a success.
Mar 2, 2019
Response from Steve VibertMar 4, 2019
We appreciate the time you took to leave a review.
Feb 12, 2019
Handrail took gel stain well and blends very well with...
Handrail took gel stain well and blends very well with red oak stairs and maple newell post that same stain was used on. Handrail should be sanded before final stain and seal, it's a bit rough in places.
Response from Steve VibertFeb 12, 2019
Hi SO, thank you for telling us about your project. We recommend all wood stair parts be sanded to remove burrs and rough spots before applying any finish, so you did the right thing.