Most DIY'ers do not tackle as big a job as this one. But this homeowner was enthusiastic and was intrigued by the sideways installation technique of the Snap'n Lock Baluster™ system.
If you have ever tried to install hollow metal balusters using bored holes in 2x4s or plastic plug systems you will really appreciated this story. What you will recognize right away is that plug style systems are very finicky and you need an extra set of hands and lots of patience.
Brian is from Michigan, and this expansive backyard deck needed over 80 feet of railing. He chose the Snap'n Lock Baluster kits from DecksGo and made by Titan Building Products.
He has is an an ordinary guy - probably just like you - and only has so much free time to get things done around the house.
There is an immense amount of pride of ownership and accomplishment when you do a home improvement project like this. The average backyard deck is well within the means of most homeowners to tackle.
But when you can add the final touches like the architectural ogee profile Snap'n Lock connectors and put it all together quickly by yourself, you are going to be a very happy person.
And your family will thank you and appreciate the beauty of it as well.
Do not fear tackling a stair case either.
Separate wedge shaped stair adapters snap under the standard horizontal connectors and compensate for the angle of a common range of rise and run dimensions for residential decks.
The Snap'n Lock Balusters™ are a DecksGo Recommended Product. It's one that we are confident you will be happy with. It's been tested to over 500# of infill load by Intertek.
DecksGo was the first company to bring this product to the market, and you can expect more great "first" moments like this.
This is what we do - try to bring you leading edge building solutions before anyone else.