Interior Railings for Stairs

Designs for these interior railings depend on many things, mainly your home or commercial buildings setting and overall design. Another factor is what vision you see for the fit and finish of your particular project.

Pricing and Estimates

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Wooden Cap Cable Railings

These designs are wonderful for a more warm feeling railing. Stain the cap to match the hardwood or stain a color that stands out. The ability to tailor the wood color makes these railings wonderful for a custom project.

Modern Interior Railings

Modern interior railings are sleek and minimalistic. Utilizing slimmer materials then a traditional railing, these modern designs are great to blend in or stand out. Hands down a more popular option. Enjoy the cutting edge with a contemporary interior railing.

Modern Stair Railings

Modern Stair railings are railings that protect from a fall on stairs. When there is more than a 3' fall on the side of your stairs, a stair railing is required by code.

We Build Custom Railings

Custom railing built to fit a specific need and design.


Aluminum Railings

Aluminum railings are made with only this metal. Aluminum railings are higher end options compared to traditional iron or steel railings. Aluminum railings are a great choice for longevity. This material if maintained properly can last a lifetime.

Interior Cable Railings

Our cable railing systems are made to work on almost any project. We fabricate our railing systems out of stainless steel, steel or aluminum.

We take pride in our craft
and believe in our railing systems


What is the California height codes for railings?

California height codes for railings are as follows; A standard guardrail shall consist of top rail, midrail or equivalent protection, and posts, and shall have a vertical height within the range of 42 inches to 45 inches from the upper surface of the top rail to the floor, platform, runway, or ramp level.

The top of stair railings, handrails and handrail extensions installed on or after April 3, 1997, shall be at a vertical height between 34 and 38 inches above the nosing of treads and landings.