Balcony Railing Seattle

FAQ's on Balcony Railings Seattle

What kinds of balcony railings are available in Seattle?  

There are several kinds of balconies and balcony railings available in Seattle. A false or faux balcony usually extends only a few inches outside of a window, and the railing helps to give the appearance of a true balcony. True balconies have small decks that extend more than 36 inches from the home. True balcony railings need to be tall enough to prevent possible falls. We can help you meet all your balcony needs. 

What kinds of materials are used in Seattle balcony railings? 

Balcony railing are most often constructed with metal, either iron, steel, aluminum or copper. If you want a traditional, old-world look for your house, wrought iron balcony railings will darken and may rust with age, providing your home with a rustic and classic look. If you’re partial to a modern style, you might like aluminum or even Plexiglass balcony railings. 

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. 


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