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Nature's View Railing is located in southeastern Connecticut and  installs and fabricates stainless cable railing systems in Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Massachussets  and all of New England.


At Nature’s View Railing we can help you with the planning and design of any project. Our cable railings can be used in both indoor and outdoor applications. Whether you are interested in a fully fabricated stainless steel railing or one that consists of a combination of stainless and wood products, Wayne will work directly with you to design your cable railing and help to determine the best materials and look for your project.  Due to the fact that Nature’s View Railing is not a kit but rather customizes each railing to suit the needs of the client he is able to design to your specific needs.  Stainless cable railings are great for decks but if you are looking to update the interior of your home, cable railings can bring a whole new look to your stairway or balcony.

If you aren’t in need for design work and already have an existing plan, Nature’s View Railing will work directly with your building contractor or architect.  Using our recommendations, installation will be completed to state and local building regulations.



At Nature’s View Railing we use all 316 marine grade stainless steel materials.  All of our stainless railings, whether individual posts or a complete system with stainless top and bottom rails, will be fully welded to the specification of your project. Our railings and posts can be completed in various finishes to achieve just the right look for your stainless cable railing. 


After the design phase of your project is complete, Nature’s View Railing will prepare the site for your new stainless cable railing installation.  At Nature’s View Railing we use a hydraulic swage to connect the end terminal to the cable. The completed fitting provides a smooth uniform appearance and the strongest of all cable connections in the industry.   Posts will be templated and drilled for the new railing system to be installed. Cables will be installed and tensioned.  Upon completion of installation the area will be left clean of any and all debris for you to simply begin enjoying your new space. 

In order to meet building code the following specifications for wood and composite railings should be used: 

1) End posts must be a minimum of 4x4,  2) Intermediate posts must be able to withstand 200lbs of lateral pressure.  3) Cap rail must be sufficient to hold cable tension. It is recommended to have a subrail installed between posts and a cap rail over posts, cap rail and subrail should be glued and screwed together.  4) Spacing between posts not to exceed 4'.  If a wider spacing is desired, a slim stainless spreader bar can be fabricated allowing for 8' spacing of the posts.

These specifications are general guidelines.  It is best to talk with Wayne before framing of railings.      


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