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Alternative Mounting System (Rail Mount Brackets)

Wall Mount Brackets / Rail Mount Brackets:

These brackets are used when attaching the railing to an existing post or wall. They are available in 2 forms: Rail Mount Bracket Flat and Rail Mount Bracket Stair. Both come in packs of four which include two "T" rail brackets and two 2x4 brackets. The photos and illustrations below help to demonstrate how the brackets are used. The rail mount brackets come with a trim bracket. The stair bracket covers will need cut to match the angle of the stairs.

Rail Mount Brackets (flat and stair)
  • Attaches to existing wall or post
  • Comes with decorative cover to hide bracket
  • Brackets made for flat or stair applications
  • Styles available for 2 x 4 rail and "T" rail
  • Available in 4 packs only
  • Replaces old style wall mount bracket with plate


Rail Mount Brackets (flat)
2 x 4 (left) and "T" rail (right)
Installation Instructions


Rail Mount Brackets (stair)
2 x 4 (left) and "T" rail (right)
Installation Instructions