Lay the handrail material on top of the stairs so that the handrail is alongside the upper and lower posts. Place the angle divider on top of the handrail. Slide it down to the lower post and extend the metal arm outward to match the vertical post.
To build an outdoor handrail, measure the stairs to determine the number of posts needed, cut and attach the posts to the stairs, and attach a handrail to the posts. Cut the top of each post at an angle before attaching the handrail. When building a handrail, use wood that is designed for outdoor ...
Make a simple sketch and jot down four measurements to help the fabricator build a perfect railing. Step 2: Install the outdoor stair railing in a few hours Photo 5: Position the railing
1. Measure the distance in inches from the lower end of the stairs to the upper end, and divide the measurement by 36, which is the spacing of the handrail posts.
The C50 Outdoor Stair Railing is especially easy to install; no pipe cutting or drilling is required. Simply mount the bases and everything else attaches with an Allen wrench or hammer. Porch Mounted Stair Railing. In addition to free-standing stair railing, there are also Simple Rail handrail kits that will attach to your outdoor porch.
Ask the railing fabricator for advice before you order the rail. Photos 5 and 6 show how to drill for and set the anchors. Set the railing on the steps with the edge of the plates at least 1-1/2 in. from both the front and the side of the step. Adjust the railing position until the mounting plates are parallel with the side of the steps.