Commercial Services

ResCom Railing Systems has years of experience in installing railings at popular venues, decks, walkways, balconies, stairs, etc. in the Greater Seattle Area. Whether your aim is to prevent trespassers from entering your space, giving support to people climbing the stairs, securing rooftops and balconies, or simply beautifying your building, call us now at (253) 201-1206 for premium railing installation services!

 

We pride ourselves in giving the best value for the money with the help of highly trained and respectable staff, whose only aim is to satisfy you beyond your expectations. We offer several different types of railings, each perfect for a specific range of surroundings.

 

Our railings constitute three basic components; the Post, Infill, and the top cap.
When selecting what type of railings to install, it is important to consider what component will complement your surrounding materials and its style. If you are unable to decide, ResCom Railing’s team of experienced professionals can help you determine the best material after evaluating your needs and surroundings.

 

Our services aren’t just limited to shops, malls, and apartments, we can easily install railings in baseball stadiums, concert halls, theaters, playhouses, and many other places! We can supply and install all the different styles and designs of commercial railings.

Post Material

This is the first thing you need to decide on when getting railings installed. At ResCom Railing Systems, you will find all the different types of post materials including Aluminum, stainless steel, hardwood, PVC, and Cedar.

Cedar Post

Hardwood Post

Aluminum Post

Stainless Steel Post

Composite Post

Postless

Mounting Options:

 

This is the part that determines the strength of your railings. There are three ways in which a railing can be secured to your floor; surface mounting, fascia mounting, and flush mounting. ResCom Railing specializes in all three types and can mount your railings in whichever way you prefer.

 

Surface Mount
This type of mounting involves making a hole in your floor where the post is inserted. Our experts then secure the post with the help of screws on all sides.

 

Flush Mount
In flush mount, ResCom Railing’s contractors mount the railing on the side of your floor or stairs. We recommended this method for all those who wish to make their stairs more spacious.

 

Fascia Mount
Fascia mount is much like a flush mount, except that our contractors add a secure holder in front. This gives more protection to your railing and allows it to withstand more weight.

Infill Options

Infill is the middle section of your railing that connects the lower railing to the upper railing. At ResCom Railing, we offer a wide variety of options that you can choose from to offer a more beautiful and gracious look to your railings. Our clients can also give us their own ideas for infill, which we can implement without fail. The infill may be aluminum, picket, glass, cable, cedar, composite, PVC, or a blend of different styles. This list is not by any extent, exclusive.

Aluminum/Pickett
Aluminum/Glass
Aluminum/Cable
Cedar/Pickett
Cedar/Glass
Cedar/Cable
Composite/Pickett
Composite/Glass
Composite/Cable

Top Cap Options

The top cap is the final component of your railing that adds elegance, finish, and style. It is the piece that runs along the top railing and is the first thing that people notice. You may choose a top cap of any material, including composite, wood, aluminum, steel, or even glass! If you wish, we can also make your top railing circular or curved to add even more style to your railings. Some people also prefer stylish corners to be added to their railings to beautify them further. ResCom Railing offers a wide range of such corners to select from.

Composite

Cedar

Hardwood

Aluminum

Different Types of Railings At ResCom Railing Systems

Aluminum Railings

Aluminum is a strong and durable metal and the type of railing that we specialize in. Having installed aluminum railings all over the Greater Seattle Area, we can proudly say that ResCom Railing’s professional staff knows all the ins and outs of installing aluminum railings.

 

Strength, durability, affordability, and beauty, our aluminum railings have it all. There is no need to fear rot or rust on aluminum railings, and the best part? These railings require minimum attention due to them being so low maintenance! We recommend combining aluminum railings with glass infill, especially if you wish to showcase your products to those on the other side.

 

Aluminum railings with glass infills are also commonly seen at restaurants and other operations near beaches, allowing a good view of the sea.

Cedar Railings

At ResCom Railing Systems, we have installed scores of cedar post railings and handrails all over the Greater Seattle Area with hundred percent customer satisfaction. Cedar railings are mostly preferred by those in the furniture market, so as to keep the railings in line with the furniture’s aesthetic. The prime reason for its popularity is its durability, polished look, and ability to resist wood rot and bugs.

Hardwood Railings

Strong and durable, we recommend hardwood railings for you if you have had extensive woodwork done all around your store. Matched with hardwood flooring, these railings are perfect for creating a cozy and unique ambiance for your customers and clients. We have installed hardwood railings in several bars, restaurants, and fast food joints.

Stainless Steel Railings

ResCom Railing has installed stainless steel railings in numerous malls, stadiums, and theaters in Seattle. These railings are by far the most durable and cost-efficient solution, thus their extensive commercial use. Additionally, our team of experts has a way with these railings, giving them a much sleeker and polished look so that they enhance your structure’s décor.

Composite Railings

Composite is a man-made product that features an equal mix of wood fibers and plastic. Although the solvents don’t seem sturdy on their own, the final product is both durable and beautiful. Its plastic content eliminates the wood’s tendency to rot, thus giving composite railings a much longer lifespan.

 

Composite railings are extremely beautiful as well, because of their easy customizability. Rescom Railing Systems can give them any color you like in order to complement your showroom’s aesthetics.

 

They are scratch, mold, and warp resistant, thus enabling you to focus on what’s important, rather than worrying about sanding, staining, or painting.

PVC Railings

PVC railings are, by far, the most versatile type of railings available in the market. Rescom Railings can give any shape or form of your liking to PVC, be it wooden fences, millwork railings, or even antique handrails. Additionally, PVC railings require almost zero maintenance compared to its wooden counterpart, which makes it an even more attractive option!

Why ResCom Railing Systems

As the leading railing contractor in Seattle, we strive to provide quality products and services to our customers and ensure maximum satisfaction. We give great importance to our honest values and are therefore willing to go to unprecedented lengths to uphold our reputation as the best railing solution provider.

 

For us, the customer is always right, which is why we will do everything in our power to satisfy you. Whether this means working late hours or resolving any issues related to our service, we are available 24/7.

 

If you’re just perusing or actually looking to get your place ‘railed’, you can contact us any time to get a quote. In addition, we know from experience that railings add a lot more to a place than just aesthetics! Customers often buy from a store that is much more pleasing to look at than at a showroom with ‘empty’ stairs.

 

ResCom Railing Systems is always ready to help you find the best railing solution for you at a price you can afford. Call us now to see firsthand, our passion for building beautiful railings for your business!

Call (253) 243-9841 for a free estimate.

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