Railing Collections

Include a Railing That Complements Your Home

George Stairs crafts newel posts, balusters, and rails to match your flooring choices. This includes curved rails that match the stair’s curve, wood and metal balusters, stainless steel cables, aluminum alloy railing, acrylic railing and glass rail systems. We assemble them fully in our facility, ready for installation on your stairs, whether indoors or outdoors.

Wood, iron, or glass? Vertical or horizontal? Traditional, contemporary, or modern? George Stair collaborates with you to design a railing that suits your home and lifestyle.

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George Railing Types

Metal Railing

Common metal railing materials include aluminum alloy, stainless steel and cast iron. The structure of metal railings mostly uses a combination of horizontal bars and vertical bars. Intermediate reinforcements can also be added as needed to improve the strength and stability of the railings. 

The appearance can be beautified through surface treatment and color painting, which has a good decorative effect.

Aluminum Alloy Railings

Aluminum alloy railing is a new type of railing made of aluminum alloy material. It is characterized by being light, beautiful, corrosion-resistant and easy to maintain.

The appearance of aluminum alloy railings can be presented in different styles such as streamlined and segmented through different coatings and curvature designs, which has a very good decorative effect. 

Aluminum alloy railings are suitable for balconies, stairs, pavilions and gardens.

Cable Railing

Cable Railing is a modern and stylish railing option. It consists of vertically or horizontally tensioned stainless steel cables used in conjunction with posts or frames. A clear, open look that provides unobstructed views and ventilation.

Steel cable railings have a simple structure, flexible installation, and can adapt to various outdoor and indoor environments. It is often used in areas such as balconies, terraces, stairs and decks, and is particularly suitable for architectural projects that wish to maintain an open feel and contemporary style.

Glass Railng

Why Glass?Keep Your Space Open. Embrace Your Scenery.
Cumbersome railings obstruct your sight and disrupt the ambiance you’ve carefully crafted. Glass provides security without compromising your primary focus: your view.

This design is very innovative and is known as a glass balustrade/frameless glass balustrade. A stainless steel or aluminium channel handrail can be fitted on top of the glass. If the glass is broken, it then becomes a tempered glass shard that won’t hurt anyone and also prevents children from getting stuck in the stairs and handrails and is very easy to install.

Acrylic Railing

Acrylic railing feature transparent or translucent acrylic panels, offering a modern and stylish design that enhances the aesthetics of spaces by creating an open and airy feel. Their advantages include their sleek appearance, customization options, durability, and low maintenance requirements. 

Acrylic railings provide an unobstructed view, can be tailored to specific design preferences, and are easy to clean and maintain, making them a visually appealing and practical choice for staircases and balconies.

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Going by the rules, cable railing stands out as a super-safe choice for your railings. Each part of the railing system has its own set of must-haves, like the height of the handrail, the pressure the system can handle, and the ideal spacing between posts.

Absolutely! Our railing systems don’t just meet the code; they go above and beyond, surpassing the majority of strength and safety standards. This includes acing the 4″ and 6″ sphere rules, along with meeting all the regulations for handrail or guardrail height.

Absolutely! If you’re working on a deck project, cable railing is the way to go. It’s incredibly sturdy, resistant to corrosion, needs minimal upkeep, and is a breeze to install.

Sure, glass railing might seem a bit on the pricier side at first, but in the grand scheme of things, it often turns out to be a more cost-effective choice compared to other railing options. The reason? It’s a breeze to take care of, super sturdy, and can stick around for years without any fuss.

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