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jwollam wrote:
I am interested in learning more about the materials and techniques that were used to create the railings on this beautiful porch. Is there a manufacture that makes this cable and top rail? Thank you.
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Stefan Hughes
Depends what you get ,there are all types of railings and there IS more than one manufacturer.No matter what setting,in PERSON,of what i have seen the effect is industrial.
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Feeney Inc.

As Frederick + Frederick Architects said, the cables you see in the photo are CableRail by Feeney. http://www.feeneyinc.com/Architectural/CableRail -- if you need assistance in which product is right for you, you can message us directly.

We also offer aluminum railing kits for the top rail, in white, black, and bronze: http://www.feeneyinc.com/Architectural/DesignRail-Rail-Kits

thanks for your inquiry!

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April Hill Collins wrote:
Handrails - What was used for the handrails? Are the rails 3.5 inches wide?
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
It is a Cable Rail system. The top rail is 3.5" wide
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raro wrote:
how can make good front design - how make design
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raro wrote:
front elevation - front elevation
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czizka wrote:
Not a question - I just love those rails!
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206davisrd wrote:
where can i purchase these rocking chairs. we love them.
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