Durable, high-density iron railings can be the perfect complement to a deck, stairs, balcony, or other area inside or outside your home in need of the security that quality manufactured railings can provide. For more than a decade, ME Contracting has worked with homeowners, architects, and builders to design and install iron railings that blend in seamlessly with any style home or landscaping feature.
The key to iron railings being as strong as they are is the manufacturing process. High strength steel is actually used to make iron railings, and is extremely malleable which allows it to be extruded into a variety of intricate shapes and designs. At ME Contracting, we only work with the finest metal available to make our railings to ensure quality, strength, and a lifespan that can last decades even under the most extreme conditions and use.
Primarily a feature of fences and gates, iron railings present advantages to homeowners not available through other kinds of railings. Glass railings are susceptible to cracks or shattering all together in extreme weather. Wood railings warp over and may need to be replaced. The same goes for wood composites and plastic railings. But iron railings retain their finish and durability year after year, and truly add class and elegance to any home even when architectural trends and styles change over time.
For homeowners interested in iron railings, we have a wide variety of samples on display to give an idea of what’s possible, but keep in mind each installation is truly unique and custom made for individual homes. No two railings are the same, from the scroll work to the finish, each are different.
At ME Contracting, we pride ourselves on working with customers to find the solution that best fits their needs. Iron railings can add security and comfort to decks and stairs, particularly if there are small children or pets in the home. If privacy is a concern, some homeowners place climbing vines along the base of fencing close to the railings, or decorative hedges and other shrubs. For more information, contact us today for a free consultation.