Tag: Revival Porch Spindles

February 22, 2016 - Historic Porch Restoration in Butte, MT

A HUGE “thank you” for the pictures and feedback from Asya & Todd of Rex Builders in Butte, MT.  Their amazing craftsmanship and attention to detail is evident in this porch remodel. Asya writes “Here are a few pictures of a porch remodel we just finished in uptown Butte.  Thanks again for your amazing products! …  » Read more

January 25, 2016 - New Covered Porch in Quesnel, BC, Canada Transforms This Home

Take a look at these before/after photos from a project in Quesnel, BC, Canada. It doesn’t even look like the same house!           The owner writes: “I am attaching the before and after pictures of my house – although the pictures don’t do it justice. You have no idea how many…  » Read more

December 21, 2015 - Porch Restoration in St. Paul, MN

A huge “Thank You” to this Minnesota customer for sending pictures of this beautiful porch. This homeowner wanted to keep the profile of their original porch railing.  We reproduced the rail profile in cedar, with the slight modification of a sloped bottom rail and notched spindles to avoid problems with water sitting on the bottom…  » 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

June 11, 2014 - Custom Spindle/Baluster Length vs. Standard Lengths

People ask us all the time: “Can you make a custom spindle length, or do we need to order the next larger length and cut them down?”  The answer: “No problem!” This is a common situation.  You’ll notice on our spindle product listings, there are usually only three lengths listed: 20″, 26″, and 32″.  These…  » Read more