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Aluminum Silhouette Balusters

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Aluminum Silhouette Balusters

Product Highlights

  • Get an upgraded look: Graceful shape resembles wrought iron
  • Easy to install; simply face mount to wood or composite rails
  • Quality weather-resistant powder-coated semigloss finish
  • Compatible with wood & composite railings
  • Screws not included; use 1.25-inch stainless steel or black screws
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Product Details

Color Black
Length 29.5 inches
Material Aluminum
What Is Included 15 balusters. Please note: screws are sold separately.
Width 1 inch
Thickness 0.1875 inch
Weight 9 lbs
Brand Unbranded
Intended Use Outdoor
Vendor Ship Profile expected to ship within 5-7 business days
Pack Size 15 Pack
Return Policy This item is returnable if in original condition.
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Cadmium, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Product Overview

Spruce up that deck of yours with these face-mount black aluminum silhouette balusters. They are like a wave of fun and style for your deck! Inspired by European architecture, they look just like wrought iron, without the cost and weight. They are easy to install and durable; made to last longer than wood balusters. Comes in a pack of 15 or 60, perfect for any size project. Make your deck or porch the envy of the neighborhood with these black aluminum silhouette baroque balusters.


  • 3/4 inch from bottom (or top) of baluster to middle of screw hole
  • 28 inches from middle of top screw hole to middle of bottom screw hole


Screws are not included. You will need to purchase #8, 1-1/4 inch screws when installing these balusters. Note: you will need two screws per baluster. If your railing is pressure-treated wood, place plastic washers between the aluminum baluster and the wood. Some types of treated wood can corrode aluminum.