Introducing Deck Images E2A(TM) Series Glass and Aluminum Railing System

Date: 7 March 2008
Source: Deck Images
Deck Images, a leading manufacturer of aluminum railing systems, has introduced the E2A(TM) Kit Series of glass and aluminum railing systems.

The 36" high kits are available in both 6' line and 6' stair sections, and are made from high-grade aluminum to ensure strength, durability and rust resistance. The kits durable powder-coated components come in a green, clay, white or black finish.

The easy to assemble railing kit is perfect for use on decks, porches and balconies made from wood, composite or concrete. Whether you're building a new deck or remodeling an old one, the attractive and durable rail kits add a professional finish.

Interchangeable components in the system include round and rectangular aluminum balusters, thick tempered glass balusters, straight and angled rail connectors, and decorative planter or solar-powered post caps.

The components can be mixed and matched to create a unique design that's easy to assemble. Builders and homeowners alike have the flexibility of mixing colors to create complementary or contrasting looks. Styles can also be mixed to reflect personal taste or to compliment the home's architecture.

Deck Images E2A(TM) Series is available through a dealer network in the United States.

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Chris Fox


Phone: 616-365-6608

Universal Forest Products


Phone: 616-364-6161

Fax: 616-361-8302

600450 Introducing Deck Images E2A(TM) Series Glass and Aluminum Railing System
Date: 7 March 2008
Source: Deck Images

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