G.P. of Lynnwood, WA writes “We decided to redo our front porch to reflect the Colonial Revival Style that we wanted our house to be. After much searching I found Western Spindle. The porch materials are very high quality and the customer service was awesome. Everything shipped and arrived in excellent condition. I would highly recommend them. The pictures of the porch include posts that were custom built, but all of the spindles and railing system are from Western Spindle.”

This project features:

4″ class 4-piece Porch Rail System

1 3/8 x 26″ Square Balusters in Western Cedar

This customer from Kent, WA writes

“I purchased vintage porch rail kits from Western Spindle in the summer and fall of 2017 as I constructed a wrap around porch on our new farmhouse. My wife and I were very pleased with the rail kits that Western Spindle created for us. We browsed the web pages and then called Western Spindle using the web page contact information. Adam MacDonald answered the phone and was extremely helpful over the course of several purchases as we progressed. The quality of materials, quick delivery and Great customer service are why I recommend this company.

Sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner, lots of interior work to do in the house.

The materials arrived on time and in good condition as anticipated.  We really like the porch look and feel using the materials that you provided.  The pictures attached show the front of the house; we just had a snowstorm and one picture shows a couple inches of snow.  The materials that we received from Western Spindle were high quality and easy to assemble into sections.  I had 34 sections of porch rail ranging from about 4 feet to over 10 feet long.

Merry Christmas”

Used in this project is the following products:

Square Baluster, 1 3/8 x 26″, with bottom notch, primed

4″ class 4-piece Porch Rail System, with Sloped Bottom Rail, primed

“Custom” doesn’t always mean re-inventing the wheel.  We worked with this customer in Edwardsville, IL to modify our standard 6″ class 4-piece Porch Rail System to his liking.

For the handrail, it uses our Sloped Bottom Rail as a top rail and adds a couple custom trim pieces below the top rail.  The trim pieces simply attach to the sides of the spindles, giving the top rail a thicker look.

For the bottom rail, we used the standard Sloped Bottom Rail, but added an additional skirt.  They wanted a “beefier” look, so instead of the single skirt under the bottom rail we used two.

The spindles are the standard 2 1/2 x 26″ Victorian in Western Cedar.

This covered porch in Andover, MA features our 4 1/2″ Poly Spindles.  This is an excellent option for someone looking for a robust balustrade that is constantly and completely exposed to the elements, such as above an entry.

R.Q. of Marshall, MI writes “We want to thank you for the beautiful spindles. Attached are some photos you are welcome to use.  We now have all porches, roof gallery, etc. completed.  We appreciate your fine work.  Let me know if you want a photo of the National Register Marker to go with the photo.  Thanks again for the help.”