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Metsä Wood Traditional Pine Decking rail kit, 0.32m²
Create a stylish balustrade with this contemporary style balustrade kit from the Traditional range by Metsa. It's made of pine which has been preservative treated which will help to prolong it's life and appearance.
- Fittings & fixings includedOnly fixings included
- Comes with Includes fitting instructions
Features and benefits
- A wooden hand and base rail complementing a set of smooth black metal balusters to create a timeless, classic appeal
- Balusters are powder coat painted for longevity and ease of maintenance
- Can be retro fitted to existing posts
- Kit includes two profiled and pre-drilled rails, 15 powder coated balusters and two pairs of rail hanging brackets with screws. Posts and post caps not included
- Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
Poor Quality Control
Cabman50 - 5 months ago
Ordered 5 packs for a deck project. Opened 3 of the packs to find fault with all the timber, warped and or damaged. Contacted B&Q who were great to start the return and refund.
Look nice, price has doubled!!
Manty72 - 9 months ago
Bought 11 packs of these a couple of years ago to go round a raised area from kitchen, now finishing a patio to side and wish to extend the original project with the same kit, was shocked to see that the price of these have doubled since I last purchased them. As I have loads of spindles left over from 1st project I am going to make my own as I can't justify paying double the money for essentially only really needing the top and bottom rails. Agree with other comments about the screws are very soft and heads strip, I have attached mine to metal posts with a welded plate at the bottom for fixing.
Great DIY kit
CrawfordSarz - 2 years ago
Good kit for the price. Easy to install and looks more expensive once in place.
The screws supplied to fix the brackets are poor, so I used some of my own with stronger cross heads. A word of warning- the rails are softwood so don't take a coarse saw blade anywhere near them unless you want the edges to splinter. I ended up using a fine hacksaw in the end for a the cleanest cut.
Also, if you intend to split one kit into two or more shorter sections, there are only enough brackets supplied for one.
real nice looking when installed, BUT
Markus21 - 3 years ago
Real nice when fitted But be aware without the stair kit cannot be fitted on stairs or steps, box illustrates Balustrade for stairs with optional fitting kit, rang for kit advised not available in UK.Supplies advised to keep checking web site for optional kit ??????
Use this alot as a landscape gardening business
Walks1976 - 3 years ago
I've used this product on many projects as a landscape business and it never disappoints. Iish and is so simple to assemble. The one drawback is that if you accidentally stand on baserail the spindles pop out but if aware of this then the product is fine.