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Do you live in a modernly designed home? Or in an old fashioned home? Or maybe you have a completely unique interior design? Decorating your home is personal and the taste differs from door to door. That’s why we have developed handrails in different materials, colours and with a lot of design choices so you can create and order a handrail that fits your personal preferences.
Our handrails are easy to assemble and get delivered with all accessories you need.
Handrails in different materials
We offer you rounded handrails in white and black painted aluminium, stainless steel and three different sorts of wood; oak, jatoba & ash.
The handrails will be delivered in whole lengths up to 2,4 meter. If you want longer handrails we deliver them in two or more pieces and are prepared so it’ll be easy for yourself to splice the parts together.
We give you a lot of possibilities to customize the design of your handrail. You can:
choose handrail in white and black painted aluminium, stainless steel and three sorts of wood; oak, jatoba & ash
choose between five different ways to attach you handrail
choose how the beginning and end of the handrail should look
choose if the handrail should be brushed, painted, texture varnished or untreated (depends on your choice of material)
You make all the choices on your own when you design your handrail in our design tool.
Handrails for outdoor environments
If you’re about to order a handrail for outdoor environment we recommend to order a handrail in stainless steel, painted aluminium or untreated jatoba. These materials will better withstand external stresses like temperature fluctuations and rain. But it’s up to you, and you still have the ability to order a handrail in any material you want, we just want to let you know that it’ll require more proper maintenance.
The reasons why you should by handrails from Balustradestore
We adapt our products by your specific measurements, the delivery is included in the price and we ensure great quality. In addition to this we include all you need for assembly. With the help of our assembly videos, which show you step-by-step how to install your handrail, it will be easy to complete the assembly on your own.
But most important: We’re here to help you; before, during and after you ordered – by mail and phone.
Pictures from our customers in different environments and with different design choices.
Handrail in stainless steel
Stainless steel pipes with a diameter of 42 mm. Delivered in full lengths up to 2.4 meter. For longer dimensions the handrails are delivered in two or more pieces and are prepared so it'll be easy for yourself to splice the parts together. For indoor use we use stainless steel referred to AISI 304. For outdoor use we use stainless steel referred to AISI 316, an acid-resistant stainless steel.
Handrail in lacquered aluminium
Round handrail in lacquered aluminium with a diameter of 42 mm. Available in lengths of up to 2.4 m. For longer handrails, separate parts must be joined together. All required parts are of course included.
Handrail in ash
Round ash handrail with a diameter of 43 mm and availble either untreated or with a clear lacquer of gloss level 10. Available in lengths of up to 2.4m. For longer handrails, separate parts must be joined together. All required parts are of course included.
Handrail in oak
Round oak handrail with a diameter of 43 mm and delivered either untreated or with a clear lacquer of level 10 gloss. Available in lengths of up to 2.4m. For longer handrails, separate parts must be joined together. All required parts are of course included.
Handrail in jatoba
Round jatoba handrail with a diameter of 43 mm. A hard wood with properties and an appearance similar to teak that comes either untreated or with a clear lacquer of level 10 gloss. Available in lengths of up to 2.4 m. For longer handrails, separate parts must be joined together. All required parts are of course included.
Handrail in black or white wood
Black or white lacquered wooden handrail with level 10 gloss and a diameter of 43 mm. Available in lengths of up to 2.4 m. For longer handrails, separate parts must be joined together. All required parts are of course included. Our lacquered wooden handrails are not suitable for outdoor use.
The beginning and end of the handrail
We offer three different ends for our handrails. For stainless steel and lacquered aluminium handrails, there are flat or round end knobs or 90 degree end bends, all in stainless steel. For wooden handrails, you can choose between a natural finish without an end knob, a flat end knob or a 90 degree stainless steel end bend.
Stainless steel round brackets, soft turn
Mounted with three visible screws. For indoor use: AISI 304 stainless steel and for outdoor use: AISI 316 stainless steel. Distance from wall to centre of handrail: 75 mm.
Stainless round bracket, sharp turn
Installed using an M8 screw pin that is not visible. For indoor use: Stainless steel AISI 304 and for outdoor use: Stainless steel AISI 316. Distance from wall to centre of handrail: 73 mm.
Stainless round bracket, straight mounting.
Installed using an M8 screw pin that is not visible. For indoor use: Stainless steel AISI 304 and for outdoor use: Stainless steel AISI 316. Distance from wall to centre of handrail: 75 mm.
Stainless square bracket, straight mounting
Installed using an M8 screw pin that is not visible. Only for indoor use. Distance from wall to centre of handrail: 89 mm.
Post in stainless steel, round, with a diameter of 42 mm and with a foot for top-down attachment. The total height of post and handrail can be adjusted from 855 to 935 mm. For indoor use: Stainless steel AISI 304 and for outdoor use: Stainless steel AISI 316.
When entering your measurements into our configurator, always enter the outside measurements of the spot in which you wish to place your railing. Our configurator will then make the necessary adjustments. We then adjust the section measurements so that each section on each respective side is the same length. So we adapt your railing to your measurements, not the other way around.
Everything is included with your order
The package you receive from us includes everything you need to assemble your barriers. This includes posts, glass and handrails, as well as all screws, drill bits and special tools. All you need is a screwdriver, wrench, ruler and spirit level.
Assembly videos and instructions
Our assembly videos help you by showing specific steps of the installation process. Our assembly tips and videos are adapted to each order. They're not general descriptions, rather, they directly concern your particular order.
Stainless steel parts
Since stainless steel, despite its name, isn't immune to corrosion, all stainless steel parts need to be maintained and cleaned 1-3 times a year. If the railing is installed in an area close to the sea, it may be necessary to clean and treat it more often. Use a soft cloth to clean the surfaces with lukewarm water and a mild detergent.
If the railing is outdoors, we recommend cleaning the handrail and sanding it with fine sandpaper. Treat the handrail using a preserving product such as wood oil or similar, depending on the weather conditions. Handrails installed indoors only require cleaning and light sanding. Treatment with wood oil or similar is optional.
All oak contains varying amounts on tannic acid, depending on the moisture of the wood. This is because the tannic acid counteracts decay in the wood. When your oak lintel or handrail is exposed to a humid or wet outdoor climate for the first time, the tannic acid is secreted. Which could cause discoloration on the surface below or underneath. Therefore, we recommend that the wood gets oiled, alternatively coated with oxalic acid during the mounting in order to decrease the risk of secretion of tannic acid.
The oxalic acid could also be used to clean discolorations on the surface below. Consult with your paint shop before using oxalic acid.
To keep the wood in good condition, we recommend oiling the wood a few times during the year.
Here you se an example of our filmed assembly instructions. When you’ve placed your order we will send you links to all video instructions for your railing and the details you’ve chosed.