Installing a handrail on your brick or masonry stairs can help to ensure safety while maintaining your look. Step 1 measure the height and length (front to back) of each step, and the distances between the edges of the steps and the locations where you intend to install the railing posts. Listed here are pictures about how to install hand rail on brick steps ehow, , etc.
I x27 ve got three exterior steps made of natural sandstone they are 6 ft wide and 10 quot thick i need to anchor a metal handrailing to them the railing has two feet 1 4 quot metal plates with 3 8 quot holes drilled 10 quot apart i original thought of using cammed anchors for rock climbing but i x27 m worried that the force of the cam will cr ck my stone steps
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 quot we love this railing simple to install and the perfect modern railing look for a completed patio project quot
Ask this old house mason mark mccullough installs a custom metal railing using anchoring cement subscribe to this old house http bit ly subscribethisoldh
When you drill and anchor so close to an edge as you will when installing a railing there is a good possibility that you x27 ll cr ck the stone or break off a section instead of anchors we x27 ve had good results using hydraulic cement which is a fast setting cement product used most often for filling holes in watertight vessels
The epoxy won x27 t fail but the substrate will and drilling with a hammer drill will most likey destroy the blue stone step if that doesn x27 t happen then using the impact driver to install the bolt or nut depending probably will i x27 ve tried to use a softer approach to installing these wedge bolts but it x27 s next to impossible