Green Bay Decking’s Integra Rail kits have several features designed for flexible and accurate installation, including a two-part top rail and hidden brackets.
Integra Rail is made with Fibrex, a patented composite of wood and plastic polymer with resistance to rot and insect damage, and a low rate of thermal expansion and contraction. It was originally developed by Andersen Windows.
Hidden brackets — made from stainless steel — can be used on level surfaces, stairs, and angled rails. The two-part top rail allows for the installation of the structural subrail first. A second measurement is taken for the beverage-friendly cap rail, just in case installation of the subrail moved the posts.
Balusters are mechanically attached to the rails, so they won’t spin or rattle. Options include round aluminum balusters in seven colors with a powder-coated matte finish; square composite balusters in five colors; and clear tempered-glass balusters.
Rail kits come in lengths of 6 feet and 8 feet and include connectors and hardware. Green Bay Decking says it will also continue to produce its GeoDeck composite railing, which matches its four GeoDeck composite deck board colors. A 6-foot railing kit retails for $231.
Green Bay Decking, 877/804-0137, integrarail.com.