attaching the railing to a concrete base mark holes for base flange s place the flange on the concrete base where you will be installing place flange on concrete anchors. place the flange onto the concrete anchors you just hammered in. hand tighten bolts onto anchors. slide the washers onto
measure the height and length front to back of each step, and the distances between the edges of the steps and the locations where you intend to install the railing posts. it may help to make chalk marks on the brick at the intended installation points. record all of these measurements.
step 3. place a chalk line on the marks. snap the line to create a strht line on the wall along the stairway. measure six inches in from each end of the chalk line. mark with a pencil for the placement of the top and bottom handrail brackets.
step 3 fitting the post holder. use a socket wrench to screw on the post holders to the concrete steps. place the bolt on top of the post-holder screw hole, and then put a washer between the holder and the bolt. you may also want to add a second washer between the post holder and the concrete step. make sure that the post holders are completely secure, and that they are not prone to wobbling. step 4 attaching the wooden railing
this video will show you how to install the this simple handrail kit. simple rail handrail kits are great when you need to add a handrail to several steps in front of a home or business. category
follow these steps to install railing on concrete. step 1 - decide on location of railing. before you break out the tools, establish where you want your railing to go. use a tape measure and chalk line to mark the places on the concrete where the railing will be built. on your snap line, measure from the center of the support post to the center
video of the day step 1. mark the concrete where holes need to be drilled. step 2. begin drilling each hole. have two helpers eye the drill bit from 90-degree angles step 3. after drilling the holes, vacuum all of the concrete dust out of the holes. step 4. begin mixing the epoxy-based
iron handrails for concrete steps range in price from $60 to over $150 per running foot. in addition, most companies charge several hundred dollars to measure for and install the railing. heres where you can save cash.
considerations in installing handrails on brick steps remember that your railing must be at least 42 inches tall and the height of your top and bottom posts must be the same. as bricklaying can result in slight variances in the rise of each step, make sure your measurements are uniform before getting started.
for wood steps, handymen - or carpenter - framing, would be another search the list category for this work. for brick/stone/concrete steps a handyman or masonry contractor would be the normal one to do this.