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SE RA9110 100-Piece Rotary Tool Accessory Kit
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Installing a Basic Wall Mounted Hand Rail
Installing a hand rail along a stair way will add safety and a decorative touch to a bland stairwell. With a few hand tools and a helper, you can install a hand rail in one day.
Things you will need:
Hand tools (hammer, screwdriver, drill, tape measure)
8 Easy Steps to Install a Wall-mounted Hand Rail
1) Measure the stairs:
Locate and mark the spot at the top of the stairs where you want the hand rail to begin. Then walk down to the bottom of the stairs and make on the wall where you want the hand rail to end. The hand rail is usually installed 36 inches above the step, so make your mark on the wall at the 36" height location. Check with your local building codes for the exact measurement. Your helpful sales person at the home improvement store can also probably tell you.
Hand rails usually come in lengths of 10, 12, 14, or 16 feet long and are priced either by the foot or by the length, depending on the type of hand rail and where you buy it. Use a tape measure to check the length between the marked top spot and the marked bottom spot. The railing will need to extend past the mounting brackets; make sure you account for this extra length.
2) Purchase the railing and mounting brackets:
You will need at least 3 mounting brackets, more if the railing is over 48 inches long. One bracket at the top, one bracket at the bottom and additional brackets placed in the middle, no more than 48" apart. When you purchase the railing, you can have it cut to length at the store so make sure you bring your measurements with you.
3) Mark the wall studs and railing height:
Find the stud nearest the top of the stairs and place a 1" wide piece of masking tape where the wall stud is. Run the tape up and down, to give you a true indication of where the wall stud is. Use the tape to mark where every vertical wall stud is located to give you a better idea of where you can place the brackets to hold the hand rail. Wall studs are usually 16 inches apart. Mark each stud so you have a selection of places to mount the brackets.
4) Cut the rail to fit:
Unless you are doing corners or end-caps on your hand rail, you can have the rail cut to length at the store. If you are doing corners, you will need extra inches so you can do a 45 degree miter cut at home; measure the wood and cut accordingly. We installed a straight hand rail with no corners, with a straight vertical cut on each end. It is your preference as to how you want the end of the railing to look. Just remove all sharp edges and sand off any burrs or splinter.
5) Paint or stain your railing:
If you are using a wooden railing, it is easier to paint it or stain it before you mount it on the wall. If you are using a metal railing, you may want to buff it out before installing it on the wall. It is best to prep the hand rail, no matter what material you are going to use, before you mount it to the wall.
6) Install the brackets:
To make sure your railing will be installed straight, it is a good idea to cut a piece of lumber to the height of your railing and use the lumber to mark the same height on the wall at each stud. You can also use a chalk line to indicate where the railing will be installed. Either way, just make sure you are an equal height from the steps for the whole length of the railing.
We had the helpful sales person cut us a piece of 2-by-4 to 36 inches long and when we got home, we placed it on the top stairs, stood it up against the wall and marked the top. That mark was where we wanted to place the bracket. Then we did the same thing at the bottom of the stairs and at the two middle places along the stairs. We used four brackets for our hand rail as it was a straight hall way with no turns. We did not paint our brackets as the finish was a nice metal finish, but if you want to paint them, it will be easier to paint them before you attach them to the wall.
Use a power drill or electric screwdriver to mount the brackets to the wall studs, using the hardware included with the brackets. Read any directions that come with the bracket as they could be helpful. You could use a screwdriver to attach the brackets to the wall stud but as you are going to run the screws through the wall and into the 2-by-4 wall stud, a power drill will make it a whole lot easier.
7) Install the railing:
You may need a helper to hold the rail in place while you attach the rail to the brackets. The rail is lighter to hold than the rail and attached brackets, that is why we attached the brackets to wall first, and then attached the rail to the brackets. Loosely screw into the railing with the bracket hardware at all bracket locations. Once you have the railing in place, check your alignment and if everything looks great, tighten each screw to secure the railing to the bracket.
8) Add finishing touches:
Check the railing for splinters, sharp edges or any other problems. If you have small children, you may want to add plastic end caps to prevent injuries. Children have been know to bump their little heads on the ends of the hand rail so make sure the edges are smooth and rounded. You can use 90-second epoxy to install plastic end caps if necessary.
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