Durable, stylish, and versatile, Metal Railing can add security to your deck and highlight the features of your outdoor space you love. Metal deck railing kits can help bring your backyard vision to life and with an array of railing designs, powder-coated colors, and accessories; creating your dream couldn't be easier.
Most Popular Styles
For an exceptional aluminum railing, Trex Signature brings the name you know and the style and quality you expect.
For a distinctive looking deck, choose basket or collar balusters to create a railing style that is exceptionally your own.
Classic and timeless, Fortress FE26 combines modern security with simplicity.
The Westbury Tuscany aluminum railing system is a sleek choice to add security and allure to your outdoor space.
How Much Do Metal Railings Cost?
Metal railing costs about $40 to $83 per linear foot. The price is dependent on the railing brand, style, length, and height you choose. Metal railing is a worthwhile investment for your outdoor living space since it will retain its stylish appearance and structural integrity for years to come.
Shop DecksDirect to make your vision become a reality. We carry premium metal railing brands like Trex, Fortress, and Westbury; they are in stock and ready to ship! So give us a call at 1-888-824-5316, our deck specialists can help you decide what metal railing is right for you and your family.
Where Can I Buy Metal Railings?
Shop DecksDirect for a variety of metal railings for your deck. Our durable low-maintenance railings will complement your outdoor space while also providing security. Popular railing systems like Trex Signature, Fortress AL 13, and Westbury Tuscany are in stock and available to ship today.
Give our expert deck designers a call at 1-888-824-5316 if you have any questions about choosing a railing for your deck project. We love talking to you about your deck project!
Can You Cut Aluminum Deck Railing?
You can absolutely cut your aluminum deck railing! Use a non-ferrous blade that is made to cut aluminum to cut your railing down to size with a miter or circular saw.