Replacing old handrails
We are asked a lot of times to replace old wood rails that have come loose or are starting to rot out. This is an example of a handrail that we fabricated and installed in Portland’s Irvington neighborhood. The top cap is made of flat bar with forged ends. The posts are 1 ½” square. The finish was matte black powder coat. We drilled 3” holes into the concrete and grouted the new rail in.