Include face-plates that hide the mounting hardware
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Dec 23, 2020
Beautiful looking railing. I love that it doesn’t rust, although...
Beautiful looking railing. I love that it doesn’t rust, although some of the self tapping screws have rusted after 15 years. But overall this is a great maintenance free railing (except for cleaning of course).
Response from Product ExpertJan 6, 2021
Hello CHERYL, we appreciate your feedback and are glad you are happy with the product! We look forward to continually earn your business. Have a great day and we hope you keep healthy :)
Dec 13, 2020
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Dec 12, 2020
Sep 1, 2020
A perfect fit for the smaller section without the expense of the 6' size. We're VERY happy with t...
A perfect fit for the smaller section without the expense of the 6' size. We're VERY happy with the railing and get lots of compliments!
Response from Product ExpertSep 2, 2020
Hi Gregb, we're so happy to hear that this was a good solution for you. Thanks for your support!
My project involved installing two gates in opposite sides of about 100 ft of Peak Aluminum Raili...
My project involved installing two gates in opposite sides of about 100 ft of Peak Aluminum Railing placed a retaining wall. Although the hardware included with the posts would have been very appropriate for mounting on a wooden deck, since I was installing on stone I used Tapcons instead. Made for a very sturdy mounting. Fence panel assembly was pretty straight forward. I had to cut a number of pieces to fit angles. The project would have been a real work out if I used a hacksaw as shown in the instructions. I recommend using a power miter saw with suitable blade instead. The instructions offered on the gate packaging are pretty weak. However the gate itself was well constructed and installed without any real problem. One consideration, the post to which the gate will be mounted won't have any dimples indicating where you will need to drill pilot holes for the hinge bolts. I used a 48" level placed on edge to support the gate while locating the hinges. A 2x4 ripped to height ensuring the upper edge of the gate is level with the railing panels might have been better. After marking where the holes needed to be drilled I used a center punch to keep the drill from walking on the powder coating. Attaching the latch to the gate was easier, since drill points are already dimpled.
Response from Product ExpertJul 15, 2020
Hello, and thank you very much for your detailed review, we appreciate your support! We have shared your suggestions with our product development team. Thank you!