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the most complete railings from Imperial Productions

   Imperial Productions ®   

  Balusters & Railing

  Composite / Hardwood     

  Historic Reproductions

 

 

 

 

 A) PDF Interactive Catalogs   click photo for the catalogs

     Youtube movie all about railing systems
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    B) On-Line Railing & Baluster Products

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 Composite Certified Railing Systems           

 

  click for ArchPolymer Railing Kits

 

 

  click for ArchPolymer Newel Posts

 

 

  click for newel post caps

 

 

  Curved Radius railings - custom orders

 

 

  ArchPolymer Non Wood Railings

 

  ArchPolymer Balls for newel posts

 

 custom balusters for railing systems from Imperial

 

  support railing blocks

   

  Finials for newel posts, pineapples and urns finials

 

  Roman Lattice or frames for decoration and railings

  stair brackets to decorate stringers

 

 

 

 

 HARDWOOD  Spindles, Railings, Newel Posts               

 

  Historic reproductions of custom spindles from hardwood

 

 

  Collection of Wood Balusters and Spindles

 

 

  custom and standard porch posts from imperial

 

 

  wood newel posts for oak staircases

 

 

  wood railings

 

 

  stair Nosings for staircases

 

  

   Thresholds for doorways

 

 

 

 

 

 PDF Railing Flip Book Catalogs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 All About Railings 

  The Greeks and Romans did not use balusters. They were a Renaissance inovation by Bramante

  in his Tempietto from 1502; but are commonly associated with classical architecture.

 

  The Romans used cross pattern known as Roman Lattice or Transenna. Imperial has an impressive

  collection of wood and non wood single and double balusters and railings.  The shape of the single

  baluster was inspired by the shape of the bud of the pomegranate tree. 

 

  The proper way to start a baluster run should be half baluster engaged to each end supported

  by a newel post.

      

 

 

 

 

  How to Order Products  1-800-399-7585     416-264-6096  

  email: sales@imperialproductions.com

 

  * All Prices & specifications in this website subject to change without notice

  * Prices are net, Freight, Taxes & Duties charged where applicable otherwise client is responsible for remittance

  * Measurements are approximate only, Final Product may vary from this website

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