Tony and his Wife were renovating their home and came to us knowing just what they wanted. Inside a beautifully classic early-1900s building in the city center of Greenville, NC they are surrounded by turn of the century industrial design with original brick walls and wood throughout. The building’s lower exterior even features an olden-style pharmacy business and facade. For a home which is not only striking but also unique, there is no room to settle for second rate products.
They were looking for a railing system to go with their loft bedroom as well as a platform staircase with wooden treads. The staircase runs the entire length of the building from floor to rooftop deck and is an important feature of their home. Our Chicago Square Glass Railing System with opposing Stainless Steel handrail was a match made in heaven. These glass railings are widely popular for their industrial appearance and inviting, open feel. Looping in their General Contractor and Architect for assistance, Tony was able to provide us with finely detailed Architectural & Engineering Diagrams, allowing our team to spec out their project with the utmost care and urgency prior to making a quote.
But there was one more location left to consider. The expansive personal rooftop deck needed a new cable railing system to cover the ledges and provide a safe, practical, and elegant option for both their guests and any admiring passers-by. A deck like this required a fine solution: the celebrated Press and Latch Cable Railing System w/ Square Top Mount was the right part for the job. Durable, weatherproof, windproof, and naturally resistant to corrosion these heavy-duty metallic cables are a sound decision for a long lasting outdoor barrier.
Lindsey from our sales team corresponded with Tony regarding further measurements needed, ensuring the correct quantity of attachment posts, and addressing a concern she had for the height of attachment points + the glass potentially being above the rise of the stairs. Inline Design recommends the length for the glass on the stairs not exceed ~4.5ft. Lindsey recommended a Stainless Steel Spigot Square Pyramid Glass Clamp for the railing system ending at the top of the stairs. Modified to fit, this special post would allow for the most flexibility to the shape of any glass around it, as well as to allow for the glass to be extended to match the height of the stair above.
No one could have foreseen our next hurdle. Hurricane Florence formed on the same day we sent them the finished quote! Construction had to be delayed slightly, but these winds weren’t going to stifle us for long! Installation did complete, and with the aftermath of Hurricane Florence now behind them, Tony said it had been a whirlwind since moving in, literally! After providing us with a set of fantastic photos of the completed work, we could see Tony’s project had become one of Inline Design’s most elaborate projects to date.
Tony and his Wife told us they were so happy with our Chicago Square Glass and Press and Latch Cable Railing Systems, they couldn’t wait to show it off. A physician friend of theirs came through to see their new setup and promptly ordered a system for their own home. We’re delighted at how people feel when they see our finished product. If we’re ever in your neighborhood Tony, we may just take you up on that offer to come visit and see this beautiful new setup!
Enjoy your new renovations!