Endurance Original Rail™

Railings fulfill many functions in the house. Not only do they serve as safety features on decking and landings, but they also add a lot to the style and design of the house. Choosing how to build a railing relies on many factors, including the slope of the decking, ease of installation and quality of materials being used. While there are many railing kits on the market, there are few that actually exceed US building code requirements. If you are looking for the best possible quality that is designed for safety and ease of installation, look no further than Original Rail™ from Endurance. One of the selling points of the kit is that it offers plenty of options when it comes to brackets, ensuring that the railing will be evenly installed regardless of the angle of the surface, making it easy and quick to install.

The railing materials are selected for their high quality, and the railings are made from vinyl extrusions strengthened by aluminum strengtheners, giving the entire kit strength and durability. Many owners love the good, clean lines of the railings that are sure to fit in with any home or commercial installation, adding to the overall value of the property. To facilitate ease of installation, Endurance Original Rail™ have snap-on covers on the brackets, and also have screw head covers that are tamper-proof to ensure the durability of the installation. The railing kit was designed with US building codes in mind, which is why the kit is also backed by ICC-ES evaluation report ESR-1849 and other third-party quality assurance bodies. These certifications will give you the peace of mind to know that you’re working with an accredited product that offers quality, ease of installation and value for money.

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