Developed for the “do it yourself” spirit. Simple to assemble, professional in appearance and durability. We designed the Ridgeview Rail 360 rail kit to be easy to install and have the quality of a professional built rail system.
The installation guide and the videos below will walk you through the installation of your new railing. These videos along with the installation guide provide instruction as well as tricks and tips to ensure a smooth installation. And as always, if you have any questions, please call 1-503-512-5353, we’re happy to help.
About Ridgeview Railing
✔ Our baked-on enamel painted aluminum is low maintenance and will not rust – no sanding or staining required!
✔ Code Compliant for residential building codes
✔ Easy installation – minimal tools needed and easy to follow instructions
✔ Traditional picket and railing style that provides a great esthetic view and creates a safe closure of the decking or concrete surface.
Ridgeview Railing Advantage
Aluminum vs. Steel
- Steel is three times the weight of aluminum, making it more difficult to handle and more costly to transport. Aluminum railing will not rust and when powder coated, painted with baked enamel, or anodized, provides a superior long-lasting maintenance-free finish.
- Steel, however, must be re-painted every few years and even if properly maintained can still be prone to rust.
- Out in the field aluminum railing materials can be easily cut using a standard miter saw.
Aluminum vs. Wood
- Aluminum will not rust or rot and with a properly applied finish and minimal maintenance, will not have to be repainted over the life of the product. Wood needs to be treated or painted every few years. Inevitably, wood rots and eventually will have to be replaced, adding to long term overall costs.
- Aluminum railings will not splinter or split, and unlike wood does not need to be treated with pesticides or chemicals, thereby eliminating health concerns and possible environmental impact.
Aluminum vs. Vinyl
- Vinyl materials over time will warp and or shrink, thereby losing their original desired shape. Railing materials have minimal expansion and contraction characteristics and remain consistent throughout extreme hot and cold temperature fluctuations.