Caring for Millwork From Western Spindle  The following is an article on how to care for exterior architectural millwork, especially wood porch railing and spindles (or balusters). Upon arrival, take note of the condition of the boxes and/or crating before the driver leaves.  Open all crating and boxes to inspect your new millwork.  In the…  » Read more

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Whether you have new construction or are remodeling a 100+ year old porch, longevity is a major concern when planning your porch railing.  There are several ways to ensure that your new wood rail will provide decades of easy satisfaction.  First, of course, is choosing high quality materials with grown-in rot resistance such as those…  » Read more

M.P. of Sudbury, MA: “We finished up the project last summer and couldn’t be more pleased with the final product…..particularly the rail system from Western Spindle. It is simply stunning. We have had so many compliments from friends, neighbors, and many strangers walking by the house. We have even had great reviews from boaters who…  » Read more

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  This Cleveland Heights, OH homeowner used our very popular 4×26″ Revival Porch Spindles and 6″ 4-piece Porch Rail System on multiple upper and lower porches. I can just see myself at a barbeque sitting on the main porch with my boots up on the railing. Wait, hmmm… maybe that’s why I haven’t been invited…  » Read more

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Just got pictures of a beautiful home in Louisville, KY. They used a combination of straight rail and curved rail, according to the shape of their porch. (Click here to see their testimonial). Included in this porch is our 6″ 4-Piece Porch Rail System in Port Orford Cedar, and the 3 1/2 × 20″ Victorian…  » Read more

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