|Easy Fill-in Specifications|
|Material / Type||Finish||Size|
|Glass||Laminated with PVB
|Handrail||Stainless steel round tube||Satin/ Polished
|Φ38mm, 42mm, 44.5mm, 50.8mm|
|Stainless steel square tube||40*40mm, 44.5*44.5mm, 50*50mm, 40*10mm|
|Stainless steel flat bar||/|
Do you make commercial and residential railings and stairs?
Yes, we can always customize our railings and stairs to be compliant with your local building code, no matter they are commercial or residential projects. You are more than welcome to raise your designs, thoughts, requirement for us to improve the products, whether you are a homeowner, builder, contractor, or architect. We are looking forward to work with you to create the railings and stairs you desire.
How do I get railing or stair pricing?
The material, size, shape and style of your railing system will determine the final price. For an estimate, just send us a drawing with approximate dimensions such as railing height, type of top rail and mounting method. Don't worry, your drawing can either be an architectural drawing or as easy as a hand sketch.
Can the railing be modified to fit my project?
Yes, all the railing systems can be customized to fit your standard. You can modify based on Jinling Railing Systems with custom mounting plates, top rails, required heights, special finishes, infill and much more. Based on the dimensions and specific challenges of your job site, we can provide you the improved design draft or CAD/3D drawing for you to know clearly what will your bespoke project look like as well as the mechanic structures.
What are the material options for railing posts?
You have multiple choices for you railing post material, including stainless steel type 316L, 304 or 201, steel, and aluminum.
What types of top rail and handrail are available?
We can fabricate top rail and handrail from stainless steel, steel, aluminum or wood in a variety of profile shapes.
Do Jinling Railing Systems meet building codes?
Railing codes and municipalities vary from city, to county, and state. Always check with your local building department for local codes and requirements.