When support rods are installed, how to secure balusters either directly on a wall, or in the form of a decorative post over a rail post. Slide your decorative posts over the rail support bars, using the installed insert brackets to provide extra support to the posts and keep the posts from tilting at an angle. Lock the posts in place using a railing plate, which is a square plate that attaches tops to your support bars and, like the brackets, provides extra support and stability.
To secure balusters directly on a wall, place a mounting bracket on the wall. Mount the brackets on the wall by screwing them into place in the desired beam height. If Walla’s surface is plaster or plaster, mount the anchor bolts in the wall to provide a secure bracket for your screws. Once you’ve placed all the railway stations and wall mounts, install your rails.
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Installing the balusters is a matter of placing the railing between the brackets and securing it in place with screws. Once you’ve installed the support structure, mount the bottom rail, which connects the rail to the wall brackets and railway stations. Measure lengths needed, and reduce your vinyl rails using a circular saw to the size you need. With the lower rail in place, mount the struts (the small rails between the larger support posts) in the pre-drilled holes in the bottom rail. The stamens offer extra support for the rails between support posts. Place the upper rail on the posts and attach with the brackets to finish the rail. Continue the process for each rail section between support posts,
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