Welded Mesh Stair/Fence Rail Panels by Wild Hog Railing

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Designed with DIY deck builders in mind, Wild Hog Railing Panels are non-bulky and easy to install for a beautiful, rustic stair railing. The Welded Mesh Stair Rail Panels are constructed from zinc-primed and powder-coated steel for tough durability with a long-lasting appearance. The 4x4 welded mesh pattern of the steel hog wire panel provides excellent visibility as fence panels, or the panel can be trimmed for use as a stair rail panel that keeps the square pattern consistent with panels used on level surfaces. Choose Wild Hog Rail Panels for a durable, low-maintenance railing that expands your deck's view while providing incredible strength.

Welded Mesh Stair/Fence Railing Panels by Wild Hog Railing are sold individually and measure 5 feet tall and 6 feet long to be cut to fit staircase angles. These hog wire railing panels are available in a rich Textured Black or Silver powder-coat finish.

Make installation of panels quick and easy with Hog Tracks Channels.

Please note: Cut ends expose raw steel that will corrode. We recommend covering up the ends with Wild Hog Panel Touch-Up Paint By Wild Hog Railing or Hog Tusks By Wild Hog Railing.

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DecksDirect # 5022
Brand
Wild Hog Products
Documentation

Wild Hog Railing Spec Sheet (260 KB) 

Wild Hog Railing Install Guide (1.04 MB) 

ColorsTextured Black, Silver
Mesh Type4 x 4 with welded cross points
Panel Height5 ft
Rail Length6 ft
Overall Dimensions
(width x depth x height)
5 ft x 6 ft
Wire Size0.189-0.195
Material Type6 gauge steel (zinc primed and powder coated)
Package Contents(1) Panel
Warrantyn/a
OtherMade in the U.S.A.

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