Wedge Lock 3000 Rod Rails
Cable railings are often presented as being “invisible” and “sleek” but they present multiple problems, including sagging cables, rust, and unattractive hardware. Our railing offers everything a cable rail does and more. With smaller posts, fewer horizontals, floating corners, and no visible fasteners, Wedge Lock 3000 is just as easy to install as a cable rail, lasts longer, and requires less maintenance over time. Click here to view our comparison chart between Wedge Lock 3000 and cable rail.
The Wedgelock 3000 Hand Rail System was evaluated for load testing to determine the amount of deflection at specified loads. View the Engineering document in PDF format
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A Wedgelock railing frames a gorgeous view of Richardson Bay, with bronze powdercoated posts and caprail. Inside, the railing system wraps around the stairs and stairwell with a hardwood caprail and handrail to match the flooring.
Bloomfield Hills, MI
This project, nestled in the hills of Michigan, featured a 45 degree turn that led right into a 90 degree turn and then terminated at the house. We worked closely with the contractor and homeowner to make all the finishes match and come together beautifully.
This railing features many different elements. First, we have our integrated awning system. Because the owners were going to spend a lot of time on the deck, the architect specified an awning system to work with our railing system. At the front of the deck, every other post is 8′ tall and supports a ledger that holds up an aluminum track for the retractable awning. A lot of work went into the details on this one. This railing also features every type of mounting detail: upstairs is side mounted, the stairsare top mounted, and the lower deck is poured-in concrete. Additionally, there are LED lights under the cap rail that utilizes the hollows of the posts and caprail as a conduit.
East Bay View
The railing was used on a roof deck, Juliet balcony, and stair inside the house. The top-mounted posts were set on aluminum sheathing that was set flush to the tile decking. Clear anodized aluminum matched the new windows.
Utah Ski House
We can make curved railings to any specifications your project requires.
This railing spans three levels of decking, each with a view out toward the hills or bay. Integrated wood slats provide privacy from the house next door. The railing was top-mounted on the tile deck and side-mounted on the wood decking.
This railing features three different deck sections with connecting railing. It included bent corners and side-mounting. This railing also shows the transition from the staircase at 36″ tall to the landing at 42″.
This railing is an example of an interior application. It featured clear anodized aluminum Wedge Lock posts with stainless rods, and an oak cap rail and handrail to match the flooring. This railing was top mounted and wall connected where applicable. This guardrail also has an attached handrail going down the stair.
This project features a tan powdercoated wedge lock railing sidemounted to the deck. We built and shipped the railing based on the clients supplied dimensions and they installed it. The railing also featured our flat railing cap, usually used on our aluminum flat bar railing.
Lake Champlain, VT
This railing features aluminum Wedge Lock posts with stainless rods, non-welded floating corners and wood cap rail for the interior and aluminum cap rail for the exterior. Note the non-welded floating corners — this is a cost saving alternative that achieves a similar look toour typical floating corner. The stair included a custom metal panel detail and gate.
Choose from our welded corner, radius corner, open corner, or post corner. If you have no angled corners, we also do radius railings to match almost any curve.