Cedar Log Railing

Cedar Log Railing on porch
We begin every cedar log railing project with the finest of material and finish with a consistent and accurate product. We only use northern white cedar that has been peeled and dried so that when you receive your order it's ready to be sealed, stained, and installed. Northern white cedar is perfect for a log deck railing. Cedar has a naturally high rot resistance. With a little bit of protection, your cedar log railings will last for many years. Pine log deck railings generally rot away after only a few years. We hewn all logs down to a consistent diameter so that there is a visually appealing appearance but with a rustic flare. We've recently expanded the textures of railings we offer. We now offer a hand peeled log rail. It provides a more true, rustic, hand crafted look. We do not dowel our logs. Our standard railing systems come with 4" tenoned rails and 3" tenoned spindles. This includes our log stair rails.

Cedar Log Railing in a loft
There are several options available for posts diameters depending on the application and look that you desire. Our most common post size is a 5-1/2" diameter post but we also offer 7" and 8" diameter posts, all out of northern white cedar. We also offer a commercial version of the standard and classic style railing systems. These have a 42" elevation vs the 36" of the residential. Most railing manufacturers don't offer to drill and tenon log stair rails. We, however, feel that this can change the consistency of the railing profile. Metal balusters are also available. They give your railing a distinct modern feel to your log home. Our railing sections are the easiest in the industry to install, making your job that much faster. Check out our pricing page for more detailed information.

P.O. Box 267 Quinnesec, MI
1-800-500-2929
Info@cedarlograilings.com

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