I had a friend with a frustrating problem. He was trying to install a handrail on a set of brick steps but every time he drilled into them to anchor the railing, the brick started to crack. That's a common and annoying issue with brick. It can be a bit more delicate than other materials like concrete or wood and has a
A. Concrete Steps. B. Handrails. C. Safety Rail. 1.02 DESCRIPTION OF WORK. A. Construction of concrete steps. B. Furnishing and installation of handrails. C. Furnishing and installation of safety rail. 1.03 SUBMITTALS. Comply with Division 1 - General Provisions and Covenants, as well as the following:.
Installation into concrete. STEP 1: 1. Turn the post upside down on a hard surface and prepare to drill larger holes in base plate. Enlarge the (4) existing post base plate holes to 5 16” (using a 5 16” drill bit). 2. Determine the 3”x3” post location(s). Spacing between posts should be 6' or less to meet IBC codes when installed
Handrails for porch steps - Concrete steps to access and many homes, but without a railing, these can be dangerous areas.
How to Drill & Install Wrought Iron Railing Into Concrete Steps. Small safety improvements such as installing a new wrought-iron hand rail in place of a deterio.
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Type of Material: Wrought iron, Aluminum. Width of Stairs: Other. Request Stage: Ready to Hire. Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible. What kind of location is this?: Home Residence. Historical Work: No. Property Owner: Yes. Comment: Just need metal hand rail installed on one side of concrete front porch steps.