A simple touch of timeless elegance that accentuates grace These simple, timeless handrail use timeless style with the occasional touch and finish of stainless steel and brass to make a subtle distinction and beauty that can’t be felt with the most contemporary styles. If your home or office features an antique brass handrail, try updating to a new, handcrafted, brass railing for an entirely new look, feel and texture. Simply upgrade the railings, add a handrail, and enhance your room by adding handrail brackets. Choose from a variety of handrail brackets made from brass or stainless steel handrail New Zealand fittings. Whether you want a handrail with a fine bronze patina, or a rich black finish, railing brackets are an easy way to upgrade a dull stairway.
A stainless steel handrail New Zealand isn’t as simple as it seems. The actual design and creation of the handrail is an intricate process. When the metal is heated during the casting process, the combination of waxes, oils, resins and grouts determine the color and gloss of the finished product. The finishing process also includes a sealing wax to prevent moisture from seeping in and creating problems during the painting or finishing process. Once the product is finished, the railing is then coated with a primer that prevents rust.
Brackets are available in various sizes to accommodate different stainless steel handrail New Zealand configurations. In addition, the handrail systems often include handrails for staircases, gutters and exterior balconies. They may also be used as an attachment to a banister railing system, providing additional security and visual appeal. These brackets are typically available in one or two piece kits, allowing an individual to add handrail fixtures as needed without having to construct an entire railing system. Brackets can be made from either wood or stainless steel.
There are several ways to build a handrail with stainless steel, but all require the use of a power source such as a power drill, hand drill, or electric screwdriver with a trolley or strap for support. Some of the most common styles include: “round end”, “snug fit”, “bend-over-snug”, and “low-profile”. With the proper attachment, these types of stainless-steel handrails can be built into interior walls and staircases or used to support railing systems on commercial buildings.
Some residential homes may utilize “dormer” style or “railings with handrails”. This configuration consists of two stair cases with a total distance of four feet between them. The distance between the staircases is six inches. Residential homes that utilize this type of configuration are generally single dwelling units. Commercial buildings that utilize a “dormer” style, which is a more conventional style, usually employ “railings with handrails”. Most commercial buildings are larger in size.
Wall-mounted handrail kits consist of a series of “railings” connected by a “finial” or “style member”. These handrail kits are best used in residential applications because they provide an elegant and refined look. The use of these handrail kits is only appropriate in the interior of the home or within one story in multi-story buildings. Multi-story residential buildings are designed with wall-mounted handrail systems that allow for the vertical installation of the system without any obstacles or penetrations to the exterior walls. The use of wall-mounted handrail kits is not recommended in applications requiring penetrations of greater than three feet.
Handrails consist of a series of brass handrails, which are available in various finishes. The stair handrail kits are usually sold separately from the “Stair railing kits”. The stair handrail kits are manufactured in different sizes and are designed to work with different handrail systems. The “Stair railing kits” come with a variety of finishes, and they are available in both “Shaker”, and “Bistro” styles. You’re going to be able to find a stainless steel handrail New Zealand kit to match the design of your staircase.
If you are designing a new stairway, remember to account for the possibility of wear and tear. The amount of wear and tear needed to finish installing a stair handrail system depends on the age of the stairs and the general condition of the structure. You also have to take into account the potential for “wear and tear” to occur due to “wear and tear”, such as when people use the stairs on a regular basis and “wear and tear” occurs. The less wear and tear, the better, because that means the stair handrail kits will last longer. Handrails are available in different widths and lengths. When selecting the right size stair handrail kits, it is important that you account for the potential for future wear and tear. Talk to Handrail Fittings to get advice on these matters.