Vinyl Stair Railing Install Ideas

May 11th

Installing vinyl stair railing can update your home by adding style and beauty to your staircase. Installing a stair railing also offers an additional safety measure when using your staircase. Handrail, and also a hand railing, will prevent slipping and falling by using the handrail. Installing a handrail on a staircase requires some hard work, but can be done in a few steps. Measure your current handrail to give you the right measurement for your new handrail. If you do not have a current handrail, measure from the top of the stairs to the bottom to give you a rough estimate.

Wonderful Vinyl Stair Railing
Wonderful Vinyl Stair Railing

Installing vinyl stair railing, cut the new handrail to the appropriate length and angle of your staircase using a saw. You may not need to trim your handrail if you have ordered it to fit the staircase using precise measurements. Use a pencil to highlight the underside of the handrail to mark where the staircase spindle holes will need to be drilled.

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Wear a small hole where you have made marks on the underside of the vinyl stair railing. The hole should be about half an inch. Apply trillium to the top of the stairs spindles, where the handrails meet the spider, and also apply some timber in the newly drilled hole. Place some glue on the handrail where it meets the wall and the bottom where it meets the post.