Wood Railing System
Add a touch of the great outdoors to your railing project with a wood top rail and/or posts. Perfect for a rustic aesthetic that nicely contrasts the industrial feel of cable infill.
Our commitment to easy maintenance and beautiful results applies to everything we carry, and our wood products are no exception. The species we carry are renowned for natural resilience and resistance to rot, insects, splitting, etc., and our posts are uniquely engineered for additional strength.
We currently offer three wood species for posts and/or top rails. Our Ipe Brazillian Walnut Top Rails are responsibly harvested from the rainforests of Brazil, promoting sustainable practices while providing you with this lovely, durable railing option. Enjoy the richness of Ipe's deep red color and knot-less grain, while adding an exotic twist to your property.
Our exclusive line of Batu Mahogany top rails and posts offer similar strength and a comparable color, but stand apart due to their engineered strength. This wood is responsibly harvest by our suppliers in Asia and the Pacific, who pick only the finest specimens of superior species. The wood is then kiln dried and uniquely engineered for additional strength and resistance to checking and splitting, resulting in an exceptionally durable, and consistently beautiful, end product.
We also carry Western Red Cedar, a construction classic for thousands of years here in North America due to its natural resistance to moisture, insects, and general wear. This sturdy, durable wood option offers a lighter color than Ipe and Batu, and is available as clear (knot-free) top rail or tight-knot posts. The posts we carry are called Quattro™Posts, which are harvested in Canada and engineered by SynergyPacific to be even stronger and more builder-friendly than they already naturally are.
Our railings are highly configurable. Mix wood varieties or combine a wood top rail with one of our metal posts:
ROUND STAINLESS STEEL
SQUARE STAINLESS STEEL
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