Railings by Craig
Square and Rectangular Steel Railings
The design below was an idea that the owner of Arndt Co., in Pacific, Washington.Railings by Craig carried out the owner's ideas to fabricate the stair, hand, and balcony rails.  The horizontal rods are rectangular in shape and are powder coated in a silver.  The posts are thick tube steel and are painted black.  The wood top cap was installed over steel flat bar.

The railings below are another example of the industrial look only on this project they were designed and installed on a condominium building in Kirkland, Washington.   The client wished for a single powder coating color; however, on component railings such as this (separate posts, bars and top rail), different colors and textures of powders may be used.  The client opted to use steel as the top rail rather than a wood cover.

This project is on a new apartment complex in Auburn, Washington. Railings by Craig used steel square tubes for this job, which needed unit dividers and the long balcony run shown below.  The project was powder coated in a basic white to blend in with the other units.

The railings shown in silver consist of a gate and a pool enclosure at the same apartment complex in Auburn, Washington.  These railings were built at a height of six feet and are powder coated in a dazzling silver.

The porch railing project here is affectionately known as "Grandma's House."
The client called Railings by Craig to build a simple front and back porch railing for his grandmother's home off Main Street in Auburn, Washington.
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