Mitered Handrail is mitered and jointed at a 45 degree angle on both ends. Use handrail brackets to attach your handrail to the wall.
6010 Colonial Handrail is 2 1/4” at its widest point & 2 3/8” at its tallest point. The 6010 is the industry standard, and is used in more stairways in North America than any other handrail. 6010 handrail has a soft profile that is easy to install and easy to use with fittings.
Rarely, in some species joints will be necessary in longer handrails. Joints are always done with color and grain match as the priority.
Wood Grain & Color Variation
At StairSuppliesTM we strive to match the grain and color of all of our wood products as closely as possible. However, due to the natural character of wood products, there may be instances in which a perfect grain and color match is not possible. By ordering from StairSuppliesTM, you acknowledge that there may be some variation in the grain and color of your wood products.
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Which brackets should I use with this product? What reach should they be to ensure a clean installation?
What is the total width, or length of the post-mitered section? Code seems to limit total width from wall to the stair side of the handrail to 4-1/2″. I wouldn’t want to have to trim a finished rail to meet that…
For all of the listed lengths, is this dimension an overall dimension (i.e., total length including the width of the return handrail) or is it to the centerline of the return section? For the later, this would mean that a 3′-0″ piece would be a total dimension of 3′-2 1/4″ rather than a total length of 3′-0″). I have a tight section I need to fit this in so I certainly want it to fit but don’t want it to be too under sized.