3/4" Round Aluminum Balusters by Solutions
Solutions round deck balusters are moderately priced for a quality named brand aluminum baluster. The powder coating extends over the ends of each and every baluster, eliminating any exposed aluminum and increasing product durability. Solutions 100% Aluminum Powder Coated Balusters are elegantly styled. Many of our customers install these round balusters into a pine upper and lower rail.
- Offered in multiple colors to compliment any rail project. For use with wood, composite, or vinyl railing.
- Numerous accessories are available to compliment this baluster.
- Balusters install with ease using Solutions Baluster Connectors.
- 100 packs available in 26" and 32".
- 3/4" ~ round ~ 18 gauge
- Hammered Bronze
Using baluster connectors will make installation a breeze. Avoid drilling when you can simply screw in a connector and insert baluster onto the connector.
Choose Baluster Connector Options:
Click HERE for Hidden Baluster Connectors:
Click HERE for the Architectural Baluster Connector:
Baluster Connector Template - Save time by using this Template for consistent baluster spacing:
Click HERE for Template:
Step1.Plumb 4x4 or 6x6 posts - Measure distance between posts.
Step 2. Use this application when using Railing Connectors ( recommended - click HERE for railing connectors). Measure top and bottom rail - deduct 1/2" to accommodate railing connector. (if not using railing connector - do not deduct 1/2") Cut top and bottom rails to size.
Step 3. Lay top and bottom rail beside each other long end up. Find center of rails and mark. This is your starting point. Measure out 4-1/2" from center on both sides until you reach the end of the rail. End spacing will vary. Use a square and lightly mark through each line. This is where your baluster connectors will mount.
Step 4. Insert screw through baluster connector (click HERE for baluster connectors) Screw down each connector where top and bottom rails are marked.
Step 5. Mount bottom railing to posts with attached railing connector. Rest bottom rail on 2 temporary spacer blocks. Insert balusters on to bottom baluster connctors and firmly push down by hand.
Step 6. Start the top rail at an angle and insert connectors into balusters. make sure balusters are fully connected. Push down firmly by hand. Install top railing connectors to posts. You can now install a handrail if desired.