15 Customer Railing Examples for Concrete Steps
We receive a ton of emails from happy customers who have used our product to solve their railing troubles. We love seeing the value that our customers get from using our products and that they thoroughly enjoy the flexibility, ease of use, and durability that accompany our products. A common problem our customers have are the need for a railing solution that can be easily added to the concrete steps outside their home or in their garage. Naturally, one of our most popular products for solving this problem is our Simple Rail handrail kits. These kits make it extremely easy to add a railing to already existing structures like a concrete wall or steps. To show you just how simple these railings are to use, here's 15 customers who have used our railing solutions to help them conquer their concrete walls or steps. They look fantastic too!
Tedd needed a railing for the stairs in his garage. He was able to add a rail quickly with one of our railing kits. Here's what he had to say...
"I needed a quick, simple, super strong hand rail to help my 86 year old father in law climb our short flight of stairs in the garage... This rail kit fit the bill perfectly. A monkey could put it together in 30 minutes. I did it in 33 minutes flat. Ha! I'm getting better. Thanks for a great product and excellent customer service."
Just like in Tedd's case, Bob needed a railing for a small set of stairs in his garage. "We were concerned about elderly friends of ours that did not have a railing on the set of stairs leading from their basement to the garage. We were concerned that they might stumble on the steps and get injured." Bob appreciated the ease of installation which he was very familiar with having used Simple Rail at work for railings on cooling towers and in elevator machine rooms.
After meaning to install a railing outside on his front porch for some time now, Mike finally was able to find the time to install one. He decided to use a Simple Rail handrail kit to suit his application. Mike appreciated the ease of use, sturdiness, and the excellent customer service he received. Here's what he had to say...
"I have been meaning to put in a railing for some time now, your product met my needs greatly! I don't have anywhere to push snow so a "simple rail" really suited my application...I would like to commend Josh and Anthony for their help, they did a great job and were more than helpful!"
Jim needed a railing for a series of concrete steps as he was concerned about safety. After searching online, he stumbled across Simplified Building and was able to find a solution that suited his situation perfectly. He was able to install a railing with minimal effort and appreciated that the handrail was easy to assemble. Jim described it as a "simple and clean installation".
Stephen needed a railing that spanned 10 feet from his driveway to his patio. He was able to add a railing on one side using a Simple Rail handrail kit. Stephen said it was a "very nice product, easy to work with and very sturdy."
For many years this curved stairway outside in Steve's front yard had no railing. He finally decided to add one as he was concerned about safety. Steve appreciated the simplicity and said, "Kee Klamp along with Kee Lite provided the perfect solution."
This set of steps leads down a Marina. Randall was able to add a series of rail to protect people from slipping or falling and putting a damper on their day at the lake. The end result pairs great with the stone concrete steps and the fall colors of the leaves make these pictures look fantastic!
David is 75 years old and was set for a procedure to replace both of his knees. So he needed a railing to help support himself when going in and out of his house. That's when he came across Simple Rail. It was a perfect fit for his situation. David loved how his railing came out and now feels safe going up and down the concrete steps outside his home. Here's what David had to say...
"I thought it turned out really good & strong so I will feel confident using the hand rails during my recuperation. They don't normally do two knee replacements the same day so I had my wife take the photo of me holding myself up on the hand rails to show the surgeon that I am strong enough at my older age to withstand getting both knees done at once and it also showed how strong the railing is as I weigh 220 pounds."
Thomas needed to install a short railing for the two concrete steps in his father's garage. He found the L-160 railing kit and was able to add a solution to this problem quickly and with minimal effort. Here's what Thomas had to say...
"I bought the L-160 railing kit. It was industrial grade quality, much better than I imagined. The directions were easy to follow. I anchored into the concrete steps. Only change in directions that I made was drilling the holes in the railing before mounting rather than after as the directions suggest, since the steel is quite thick and needs a lot of torque to drill through, it was better to set it up in a vise and drill it that way."
Michael came to us because he wanted to put a handrail on the concrete steps outside on his back porch. However, he had constraints when finding a solution since the top of the steps had been repaired and probably would not support a flange or post. He also wanted to be able to grasp the railing from the inside of the porch before stepping down. He was able to accomplish all of this by modifying one of our hybrid kits.
John needed a railing for the steps outside on his back patio. He was able to accomplish this by installing a Simple Rail handrail kit. "We love this railing - simple to install, and the perfect modern railing look for a completed patio project."
As a condition of a buyers FHA loan, Craig needed to install a railing on the front concrete steps on a property he was flipping. Craig appreciated the effectiveness and ease of use of Simple Rail. "Your product was the most cost-effective, easiest to install and aesthetically pleasing. It took about 1.5 hours to install and they look great."
Jason needed a railing for the senior citizens that attend his church. Jason appreciated that it was a breeze to use Simple Rail. Here's what he had to say...
"Handrail for the older folks in our church. It was a pleasure to install this very easy project. I wish all projects were this easy! And the durability is what we need. Thank you. "
To avoid tripping or falling on the back porch of his house, James decided to add a railing to the concrete steps. Other than having a little trouble with installing the concrete anchors, James thought the project was easy.
Tamara needed a railing to ensure she was within the requirements of her homeowner's insurance. After having to deal with the hassle of talking to many contractors and railing suppliers, Tamara frustratingly got nowhere as all of their proposed solutions were too expensive. After searching online, she stumbled across Simplified Building, and we were able to find a solution that fit her needs perfectly. She loves the look of the newly installed railing and the fact that her wallet remains intact. Here's what she had to say about her new railing...
"I needed a railing to satisfy homeowners insurance needs. I called around to numerous contractors & railing suppliers/installers, all of which were extremely overpriced & out of my budget. By doing an online search for railings, I came across simplified building solutions. I really liked the attractive & simple look of the railing. Upon further research, it looked pretty easy to install. So, I measured the length of the railing that I would need, & ordered online. I got the railing within a very short period of time, & my dad installed it in 3-4 hours, very simple!! It looks great! & saved me thousands of dollars!! "
Simple Rail handrail kits are just that; simple. They provide a cost-effective solution that goes up quickly and is easy to install. Browse our kits for a railing solution that you can add to the steps in your garage or patio. Also, if you're attaching to concrete, be sure to check out this article, "Attaching to a Concrete Base or Wall" to learn how to correctly add a handrail to concrete.