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Cedar-Tone Treated 8 ft. Deck Railing Kit

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Cedar-Tone Treated 8 ft. Deck Railing Kit

Product Highlights

  • Build an 8-foot rail section faster
  • Rails are already cut, drilled, and colored
  • Treated wood infused with cedar-tone colorant
  • Kit includes balusters & hardware
  • Cap rail has decorative edge
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Product Details

Color Black
Length 95 inches
Material Cedar-tone southern yellow pine and aluminum balusters
Width 3.375 inches
Height 32.5 inches
What Is Included Top and bottom rail (wood), aluminum balusters, brackets, and mounting hardware
Weight 30 lbs
Brand Unbranded
Vendor Ship Profile expected to ship within 5-7 business days
Return Policy This item is returnable if in original condition.
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Product Overview

Building a railing for your deck or porch? Finish that project a whole lot faster with this complete railing kit! Wood rails are already cut, drilled and color-treated, so you won’t even need to stain them. The colorant lets the grain show. Wood is pressure treated to deter termites, fungal decay and rot.

Kit includes mounting hardware, top rail, cap rail, and balusters. Top and bottom rails are 2 in. by 4 in. Cap rail has a rounded, decorative edge. Railing is 32.5 inches high. Round black powder-coated aluminum balusters are 26 inches long. The baluster holes are drilled and the spacing is 4 in. from the outside in and 4-1/2 in. between each baluster.

Rail can be cut to size. Rails can be stained, wait until the wood is dry. The wood is dry when water drops soak into the wood instead of beading up. Posts not included.