Railings by Craig
Heavy Steel Tube
Shown here is another custom design inside a home in Redondo, Washington.  The railings are of heavy steel tube and within each vertical rail panel, the horizontal tubes are bowed. The powder coating is a basic black.

This "kitchen bar" railing was designed for the client who wanted something a little different in his kitchen.  The result is a sunburst design that was powder coated a grayish-brown hue to go with the kitchen and living room.

The four photos shown here are of a new home in Gig Harbor, Washington. 
The client needed the stair rail, and together, he and Railings by Craig came up with the extended steel design over each step beyond the edge of the riser, giving the staircase a unique look.  The inside was built with heavy tube steel and powder coated a simple black.

A consulting firm contacted Railings by Craig to construct and install the first
steel bus stop railing, a Washington DOT project.  The client contracted Railings by Craig to build the railing, have it hot dip galvanized, then to install it in Auburn.

The Roy Elementary School contacted Railings by Craig to build a bright red hand andstair rail; below are the results of his work: 

The stair and porch railing shown here is on a remodeled home in Edgewood, Washington. Railings by  Craig completed the project by incorporating angles and curves to emulate the stone work and the curved patio.

The top two photos were fabricated for an assisted living facility, while the bottom photo is from a church that needed a long railing along their property.  Both projects are in Pierce County.

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