Crafted Custom Railings

We Work With a Variety of Materials:

  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Cast Iron
  • Stainless steel
  • Glass

Jinzita Metalworks provides a comprehensive range of pre-assembled railing systems made from aluminum, steel, and glass, suitable for use in residential and commercial settings. These railing systems come in two main styles: Standard and Traditional, offering various infill options like Picket, Cable, Glass, and Privacy designs. Additionally, deck lighting and a selection of rail accessories are offered. Each railing system is tailored to fit your unique project requirements, ensuring a straightforward assembly using simple screw and snap-together mechanisms.

Picket Railing

  1. Specification

Pickets – 16mm /38mm /50mm;

Height – 36″ / 42″ / 48″/ 72″ or custom;

Popular colors – Black / Grey / Cream / White / Brown

  1. Description: Enhance your porch or deck with our picket railing system, combining classic aesthetics with modern, hassle-free design. Say goodbye to maintenance headaches and hello to timeless style and durability. Crafted from top-quality aluminum and stainless steel, these picket railings promise a lifetime of both functionality and elegance.

These railing systems are engineered for longevity, ensuring they stand the test of time without the need for constant upkeep. With their all-aluminum and stainless steel construction, they offer unparalleled resilience against the elements, allowing you to spend more leisure time enjoying your outdoor spaces rather than worrying about repairs and maintenance.

You can choose from two distinct post configurations and two mounting styles—ideal for both deck and fascia applications. Elevate your property with a picket railing system that embodies both enduring charm and practicality.

Glass railing

Aluminium glass railing system;

Glass – 7-12mm temper / euro grey / frosted glass;

Height – 36″/ 42″/ 48″/72″ or custom;

Popular colors – Black / Grey / Cream / White / Brown

No longer do homeowners have to sacrifice scenery for safety. Glass railings allow a full panoramic view from your deck or porch while providing desired safety and security. Glass railings add polish and a finishing touch to your outdoor space without comprising scenic beauty. Glass railings also provide increased visibility – especially while sitting or lying down. Doubling also as a wind breaker, glass railing systems are among the strongest and safest on the market.

Cable Railings

For homeowners seeking a contemporary touch, cable railings offer a minimalist and sophisticated design that embodies the essence of modernity. These railings provide the necessary safety and structure of a traditional system while affording an unobstructed view of your home’s surroundings. Whether it’s revamping an older porch or deck or adding a sleek finishing touch to a new project, cable railings seamlessly blend functionality with aesthetics.

Embracing maintenance-free living, cable railings ensure additional safety for your outdoor spaces. Constructed with aluminum posts and stainless steel cables, these railings demand no painting or waterproofing, guaranteeing a lifetime of use without hassle. With four available post/rail configurations, their pre-fabricated nature for each specific deck facilitates swift and trouble-free installation.

deck railing installation
deck railing installation

Top rail:

The uppermost piece of the railing that runs between posts and connects to the top of the infill. The top rail is also sometimes referred to as a cap rail. A top rail is different from a handrail, which is typically installed lower than the top rail and is meant to be graspable.

Bottom rail

The lower piece of the railing that runs parallel to the top rail between posts and connects to the bottom of the infill.

Infill:

The piece that fits between the top and bottom rail, filling the inner portion of the rail.

Post

The vertical piece that connects each railing panel and secures the railing to the deck surface. Composite railings feature a post sleeve that covers a wood post, while aluminum railings feature a full aluminum post.

Post cap

The top piece of the post that often features a design and can include lighting.

Post skirt

A detail piece that covers the bottom of the post, where it connects to the deck surface.

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