Seattle cable rails cannot compare with our modern deck rails
Seattle, The Emerald City, is a damp green gem with an abundance of evergreen trees throughout, and has spectacular views of the Cascade mountains to the east and the Olympic mountains to the west – all to be enjoyed by everyone who owns a deck. Even indoors, beautiful homes deserve a modern rail that is virtually maintenance-free. With traditional cable rails, you may not know what you’re getting into. With our Patent Pending Wedge Lock 3000 – you get a railing system that is designed for people who want something superior. This is how a traditional Seattle cable rails compare to one of our modern deck rails. Cable railings are often presented as being “invisible” and “sleek” but the fact is – our deck railing has fewer and smaller posts, fewer horizontals, floating corners and NO visible fasteners, it is just as easy to install as a cable rail yet with less maintenance over time. There are no cables to re-tighten or replace later on.
The Wedgelock 3000 – A Seattle cable rail for all
So it makes no difference what neighborhood you live in – be it Ballard, Burien, Greenwood/Phinney, Queen Anne, Georgetown, Capitol Hill, Kirkland, Columbia City, Ravenna, West Seattle, Wallingford, West Bellevue, South Lake Union, Edmonds, Madrona or any other area in Seattle – a smart design is universal and better quality just makes sense. And, for clients who need something a bit different – perhaps a guard rail with glass, or a handrail – we can do that too. One thing we love to mention is that our system does NOT require any onsite welding. Simple hand tools is all you need for installation, so it’s perfect for the handy do-it-yourselfer or carpenter. So say goodbye to traditional Seattle cable rail systems, and get in touch for a superior deck rail product.
Our deck railings are Green!
The Wedgelock 3000 system offers several environmental advantages over typical railing systems. Our railing posts and caps come standard in aluminum, which is highly recycled/recyclable. Though the recycled content is constantly changing by the specific alloy of our extrusions we order, we typically are running about 25% recycled content in aluminum. Because we use aluminum which is much lighter than steel, but still meets all railing codes, there is less environmental impact in shipping. And, after the very long and useful life span of our products, they are 100% recyclable. The stainless rods and components we us all come from suppliers who are a part of the Specialty Steel Industry of North America Association (SSINA). Read more about how we do our part in creating a sustainable Seattle deck railing system right here.