eGlass LLC -Stair Railing Systems - eGlass Picketâ„¢

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Our eGlass Picket™ system exemplifies the safety and stability railings are meant to provide. Offering an easy-to-install alternative to custom cut angled glass panels, this solution for stairs is both stylish and secure.


Category: balustrading | in-fill panel railings | picket railings...

MasterFormat: Metal Fabrications | Metal Railings | Glazed Decorative Metal Railings



eGlass LLC
3315 NE 112th Ave.
Ste 80
Vancouver, WA 98682
Tel: (800) 545-1275
Fax: (360) 718-7717

sales@eglassrailing.com

https://www.eglassrailing.com/

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Stair Railing Systems - eGlass Picket™

Our eGlass Picket™ system exemplifies the safety and stability railings are meant to provide. Offering an easy-to-install alternative to custom cut angled glass panels, this solution for stairs is both stylish and secure. Designed to seamlessly integrate with our glass panel railing systems, you may choose to match eGlass Picket™ with either our thinner 800 Series Top Rail or our wider, continuous 810 Series Top Rail or our graspable 820 Series Top Rail. Check out our Top Rail Comparison to see which style works best for your project.

Features & Benefits:

  • Three style options for top rails
  • Custom angle-cut glass panels not required
  • Easy slide & lock picket installation
  • Concealed fasteners for a clean aesthetic
  • Weather resistant and nearly maintenance free
  • Products in stock and ready to ship
  • 3 mounting options: deck, fascia, or fascia w/o brackets
  • Aluminum 6005-T5 posts and rails provide strength and durability
  • Available in 36" (residential) and 42" (commercial) rail heights
  • AAMA 2605 powder coated for durability and available in four colors

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    Specifications

    Installation Options for This System:
    eGlass Picket - Deck MounteGlass Picket - Fascia MounteGlass Picket - Fascia Mount w/o Brackets
    A simple, DIY-friendly mounting style. Base plates attach to the bottom of the posts and can be mounted to the top of most surfaces, including deck, interior floor, concrete, etc.An aesthetically pleasing, side mounting style. Surface area is preserved and hardware is hidden. Fascia mounting is generally considered a stronger attachment method.A sleek, streamlined mounting style. Requires double-post corners for stability. Check building codes when considering this style, as it may not be compliant.
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