Where it's beautiful
With the Do it Yourself - Freestanding stainless steel handrail set, you can easily and without great difficulty install a handrail made to measure on your stairs in front of the front door, as a parapet or as a guidance system in the garden.
With our Do it Yourself - Freestanding stainless steel handrail set, you have a partner for a secure hold in all weathers.
By our high quality standards you acquire a product of finest quality and best processing for a lifetime.
Installed in the twinkling of an eye
It's child's play to attach the handrail to the desired position with a minimum of effort. We will now explain how this works: First of all, look at the distance between the posts. Once you have found the right position, align the posts so that the handrail supports are straight.
Once you have aligned the posts according to your wishes, you can now mark the floor and drill the holes provided for this purpose. Neither screws nor dowels are included in the delivery. You can then fix the posts to the floor. If these are now fixed, we can start with the handrails.
Now place the handrails on the handrail supports (it is best to make them in pairs) and make the markings on the provided screw holes. Once this step has been completed, you can drill the holes with the stainless steel drill included in the scope of delivery.
Once the holes have been drilled, we have already reached the last step. Place the handrail on the handrail supports so that the drilled holes match the screw holes. Then screw the screws tight with the stainless steel thread screws that are also included in the delivery and your finished free-standing stainless steel handrail is ready to use.
The post height is measured as follows: From the floor flange to the inner edge of the handrail support.
Example calculation: If you want a freestanding handrail with a total height of 1100 mm, the calculation will look as follows: 1100 mm total height - 42.4 mm diameter of the handrail = 1057.6 mm (round off or round up) height of the post.