Front steps rails

Folks

I need a contractor to install hand rails on my front steps, per the town specs. My last contractor did the steps but i wouldnt hire him back for the rails. Which material should i use? Anyone knows an affordable reliable contractor

thanks

Joe


In my opinion there is only one way to go and that is metal railings. Near zero maintenance and great curb appeal. The only folks I would trust to design, make, and install is Lodi Welding.

The link goes to their photo page of many of the railings they have installed.

https://lodiwelding.com/lodi/index.php/nggallery/page/1?page_id=83


Agree with Lodi Welding and Wraught Iron rails.


+1 Lodi Welding, they did ours. Not cheap tho!

JeffersonRepub JeffersonRepub
2 weeks ago

That is for sure. If your are looking for a bargain job they are not the choice. If you want suburb work and craftsmanship as well as working with very nice local guys they are the folks to use.


I also went with Lodi Welding. Not inexpensive, but I thought it was a fair price for the excellent job they did. I would use them again.

Rob Durana Rob Durana
2 weeks ago

Another vendor you can try is Lawler Railing in Mine Hill, NJ

http://www.lawlerrailing.com/

TheSoundGuy TheSoundGuy
2 weeks ago

Frank Carfaro
Long Valley NJ 908-879-7312


That caused me a double take, Dam. I know Frank Cafaro for many years as he is a flooring expert from Andover. What are the odds these two guys are just a letter apart in their last names.


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