This product is manufactured upon order; Manufacturing within 2 to 5 days + shipping 3 to 5 days
Build easily a handrail for your wooden deck stairs with our outdoor handrail kit with rounded top. This kit contains all you need to build 1 handrail for a 8-step deckstair (7 steps + additional garden step). You can use it for the right or left side of your deck stairs.
Outdoor handrail pine wood with rounded top for a 8-step regular Vinuovo deck stair
Build easily a handrail for your wooden deck stairs with our outdoor handrail kit. This kit contains all you need to build 1 handrail for a 8-step deckstair (deckstair 7 steps + 1 additional garden step module). You can use it for the right or left side of your deck stairs.
1 post 85x85mm - 123cm high, out of pressure treated, laminated Swedisch pine wood.
3 diagonal posts out of 7x7cm pressure treated pine (not laminated)
4 Reisser TKS 8x120mm stainless steel screws to fix your stair stringer to the posts.
6 Reisser Retinox 6x120mm stainless steel screws to fix the diagonal beams.
some small wood planks 9mm thick to help you align the posts when you assemble the kit
1 piece of wood cut both sides with à 34,2° angle to asist you with the assembly.
Any other parts (like stringers, planks, stairs etc) visible on the photos are not included in the kit.
In case you use 2 handrail kits on both sides of your deck stair, the stair becomes free-standing. If you have a deck stair with 4 stringers (standard for our deck stair models 120 - 140 - 160cm wide) you need an addtional support post for the middle stringer of your stairs: Wooden post support for garden stairs (select wood, 7 steps, height 122cm). you don't need this post in case you fix your stringers against your deck or a wall for example.
This kit is not suited to be used in combination with our deck stairs landing. In case you would like stairs + landing with railings, please visit our Deck stairs with landing page.
The railing is effective for 7 steps only, the additional garden step module is not covered with a railing on the side. In fact, the only difference between the 7-step and 8-step railing is the length of the longest post at the back. This post is 17cm longer as in the 7-step handrailing kit. This to cover the height of the Garden step module which is slided under the 7-step deckstairs.
However the post are only 17cm longer, the price difference between both models is relativly big. Why? The problem is in the length of the longest post. As these dimensions approach the maximum dimensions and weight per parcel of our carrier UPS, we need to create separate parcels for the posts. This is very expensive unfortunately.
This item is shipped with UPS and delivered with a small van.