16.1.30 Single Circle Iron Baluster

16.1.30 Single Circle Iron Baluster

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All Wrought Iron Balusters are 44″ tall and may be cut down on site.

Product Description

Lead-Free

Designer Series Iron Balusters use bold circles and lines to compose creative designs. Pair them with the Plain Straight baluster to increase their visual impact.


Key Features: Single Circle Iron Baluster 

  • One 4″ circle
  • 1/2″ square by 44” tall
  • Available in Satin Black and Ash Grey finishes

Hollow vs. Solid

Solid balusters have the traditional wrought iron weight & appearance that our customers love. Hollow balusters come with an exceptionally smooth finish. They are especially installation friendly as they are more lightweight and save time during the cutting phase of your project.

All StairSuppliesTM Wrought Iron Balusters are intended for interior use.

 

Product Specifications

Iron Baluster Dimensions PDF Logo

Installation Guide

How to install iron balusters

Completed Projects

This product has been used in the following "Completed Projects"

    Product Q&A


    Guest
    Julie
    2 years 11 months ago

    Is this available in a shorter size? Looking for a 29-30″ height?

    Support
    2 years 11 months ago

    Hi Julie,
    Unfortunately all our balusters are 44″ long, and need to be cut down on the job site. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

    Guest
    Jim
    2 years 5 months ago

    What is the spacing recommendations for iron blisters ? I know local building codes for wood balusters

    Support
    2 years 5 months ago

    Typically code calls for there to be no more than a 4″ gap between balusters. We typically recommend that you space them 4″ on center. That way you’ll be sure to pass code.

    Guest
    Chris
    1 year 8 months ago

    What is the spacing between the ballusters?

    Support
    1 year 8 months ago

    Thank you for contacting us, Chris. The most widely accepted code calls for there to be no more than a 4″ gap between balusters. We typically recommend that you space them 4″ on center. It is also recommended to check with your local building inspector as codes can vary.

    Guest
    Mark Leigh
    1 year 8 months ago

    why don’t the circle balusters have a round top. I want to just have a drilled hole in the bottom of the top rail but I cannot drill a square hole.

    Support
    1 year 8 months ago

    Hi Mark,
    Unfortunately they don’t come with a round top, I’m not sure the reasoning. Most installers drill a larger hole and use shoes on the top & bottom of the baluster.