CableRail by Feeney Offers the Perfect Railing Infill Alternative

Posted by admin on Jul 01, 2013

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People who enjoy entertaining guests outdoors know the value of a beautiful deck or porch. For those who want to enjoy those scenic views unimpeded, CableRail™ by Feeney railing infill is the perfect alternative to commonly used wooden or metal picket infill. Suitable for any railing application, these low-maintenance cable assemblies are made from 316-grade stainless steel that offers superior weather resistance and durability. Once installed, CableRail creates a transparent guard rail that virtually disappears. The clean, finished look of these strong but slender cables is enhanced by special end fittings that are easily concealed into wood or metal posts.

CableRail by Feeney

CableRail by Feeney

CableRail by Feeney is available in standard assemblies that include special field-installed Quick-Connect® cable fittings with patented automatic-locking jaws for easier installations. These standard assemblies are available in pre-cut lengths from 5 feet to 70 feet, helping to save time by eliminating the need to take precise railing measurements. Custom assemblies are also available for special projects.

For more information on the CableRail line of standard and custom fabricated stainless steel cable assemblies and other Feeney products, visit www.feeneyinc.com.

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