Tag: Baluster replacement

April 20, 2015 - Portland, OR Porch Railing Restoration

Replacing your porch railing can seem like a big project, especially if it includes custom reproduction spindles and newel posts.  But it’s easier than you think.  This Portland customer simply sent us the original posts and spindles, and selected a our standard 4″ class 3-piece Porch Rail System.  We were able to match his posts…  » Read more

December 24, 2014 - Covered Front Entryways: Restoring Your Home’s Curbside Appeal

A covered front entryway can add character to your house’s exterior and offer protection against the elements, all while providing you with a shaded and dry place to sit outside. Unfortunately, some of the most picturesque covered front entryways have fallen victim to the elements. Luckily, Western Spindle has standard spindles or we can custom-design…  » Read more

February 27, 2014 - Porch Restoration in Pittstown, NJ using custom Square Balusters and Railing

This project was a fun one.  This home’s natural beauty was being dragged down by a old rotted porch floor and railing.  While the task seemed daunting at first, a breakdown of the steps involved (and a little help from Western Spindle) revealed that this project was very do-able. Seven-piece top rail with scalloped trim…  » Read more

November 14, 2013 - Custom Reproduction Spindles / Balusters

Ordering reproduction spindles is easy.  Just email with the following information: Width: If your spindle has square portions, width of the square(s). If completely turned, then the diameter of the spindle. Length: how long (tall) Quantity: how many you need reproduced Design: give us some idea of the spindle design. Example: square on each end…  » Read more

August 26, 2013 - Reproduction Spindles for a Wisconsin Waterfront Railing

“We have a few bad spindles and want to refurbish our railing.  Can you reproduce our existing spindle design to match the originals?” This is one of the more common questions we hear from customers.  When you are dealing with a historic property, and/or one with a long family history, “close” just won’t do.  We…  » Read more