Install Loft Railing At Second Floor
Loft Railing – An open landing on the second or higher floor in your home can pose a serious danger of falling to adults, children, and pets. The easiest and visually appealing way to remedy. An open landing is to install a railing to run the perimeter of the area. The choice of a wooden railing that matches the decoration of your home ensures. That the aesthetic flow of the house is uninterrupted while protecting the safety of all who live there.
Look for the stair post in the loft railing kit. Use a center-finder tool to locate the center point at the base of the ladder post and mark it with a pencil. Drill a small hole through the center mark to serve as a guide for later. When installing the mounting bracket screw. Place the wooden stand on the floor from the wall to which the guardrail will connect to the area provided for the stair post. Use a level to determine the center point on the wall of the rosette to installing.
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Push a lever bolt through the rosette and tap lightly to mark the point on the wall. Select a drill bit the same size as the dowel at the bottom of the bars loft railing. An edge strip is a drill along the previous marks. Remove the painter’s tape once all holes are the drill.