Have your Deck Ready by Spring!


Have your Deck Ready by Spring!



Whether planning a custom deck installation or replacing old rails around your New Hampshire home, let us help you with deck railing installation.

Modern Deck Railing to Complement Your Custom Deck

One of the most important aspects of building a custom deck is choosing a deck railing style that will show off your personal taste while complementing the rest of your property. Do you want a sleek but traditional look from aluminum railing panels? Or should you keep it rustic with natural wood or composite railing?

There is an extensive variety of materials and styles from which to choose. Modern deck railing is a far stretch from nailing a bunch of 2x4s together into a post and rail barrier around the edge of your deck. Deck railing now offers choices that include wood picket railing, composite railing, aluminum panels, steel cable railing, and even-tempered glass panels or panes.

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Choosing the Right Railing for Your Deck

There are several factors you should consider when choosing a deck railing. The first is whether you’re custom-building your deck and choosing your deck railing to complement your personalized design, or if you’re replacing an old, unsafe, or ugly rail on your existing deck. You’ll have more options when designing your own deck, but replacing your old railing might require some additional upgrades.

The next factor in choosing railing for your deck project is cost. Some materials are much more affordable, while others tend to cost much more. But it all depends on what your budget is.

If you want to enjoy your outdoor space with new deck railing, you also need to consider how you use your deck. If you enjoy lounging in a deck chair and looking out over your backyard, you should choose a higher visibility style like aluminum panels, steel cables, or tempered glass. However, if you want privacy, lattice, solid wood picket railing, or solid PVC or composite panels would be more effective.

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Why Choose Our Team at Premier Deck?

We’ve helped homeowners and business owners throughout New Hampshire build custom decks with modern deck railing or replace old deck railing since 2016. Our contractors have over 20 years of combined experience with custom-building decks and deck railings, including stairs, ramps, and extra features like permanent benches or pergolas.

Deck railing contributes to the overall look of your deck more than most people realize. It’s the most visible part of your deck from ground level. If your deck railing should work well with your home or commercial building, the rest of your deck, and your landscaping.

Contact Us for Premium Deck Railing Solutions for Your New Hampshire Home or Business

We offer a wide range of deck railing choices for our custom deck installations in New Hampshire. Whether you need help choosing the right style of deck railing for your new deck or for a deck project that requires railing replacement, we at Premier Deck can help. Call us today at 603-833-2353 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

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Deck railing offers a wide variety of choices for homeowners and business owners installing or upgrading a deck. Popular choices include wood, composite, or PVC vinyl for a natural wood look.

You can also choose from a range of metal materials and styles, such as aluminum vertical or horizontal post and rail panels, steel cable railing, or aluminum square web panels. You can also look for railing that uses strong tempered glass panels, such as glass baluster railings or post and rail frames with solid glass panels between posts.

The cost to install deck railing varies greatly based on a number of factors, including how many corners or turns there are around the edge of the deck, what type of railing you choose, and whether it’s a replacement or a new installation.

According to Angi, deck railing installation can cost between $10-50 per linear foot, and averages $30 per linear foot.

To maintain your deck railing, follow your deck contractor’s instructions. Each type of deck railing is different. Natural wood will require repainting or re-staining every few years, while you might only need to wash down vinyl or composite railing with a hose. Cable railing might corrode over time and require replacement, while aluminum is naturally corrosion resistant and often powder-coated.

Federal regulations state that the top of your deck railing must be no less than 36” from the surface of your deck. Additionally, the gap under your lowest deck rail must be no more than four inches and the space between panel bars or slats must also be no more than four inches.




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