Handrails & Balustrades

We have been designing, manufacturing and installing balustrades and handrails for decades all over Northland.

Handrails & Ballustrades Northland 

When installing a handrail or balustrade within your home or business, there are a few legal requirements to comply with. Balustrades, a row of small columns topped with a rail, are traditionally found lining staircases and balconies. They are required for any opening where people could fall 1 metre or more. Handrails, on the other side, are simply designed to provide stability and support, particularly when heading up or down a set of stairs.

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Because every space is unique and may need to comply with different legal requirements, we usually come to you and assess which balustrade and handrail would be most suitable. Depending on your preferences, balustrades and handrails can be used to create a range of styles, from modern to traditional or classic. We custom-design and manufacture wrought iron systems in our workshop to the highest industry standards with either a galvanised steel or painted finish.

We have been designing, manufacturing and installing balustrades and handrails for decades all over Northland. Whether you are in Kerikeri or Whangarei, give us a call for your next project and we will come to see you. We offer free, non-obligatory quotes. All our balustrades are built to comply with Whangarei City Council compliance codes and will be tested for exact fitting before being painted where possible.

Internal Balustrades

Whenever you have a staircase inside your home or office, it will require a balustrade for safety purposes. Choosing the right internal balustrade can also add to the overall aesthetics of your stairwell and the entire building. Our balustrades are robust and durable and usually finished with a 2-pot epoxy paint over raw steel.

External Balustrades

A great alternative to traditional fencing, external balustrades can be used to enclose pools or outdoor decks and terraces as well as balconies. Our external balustrades are offered in a hot dip galvanised steel finish or a hot dip galvanised and 2-pot epoxy painted finish in any colour.


By law, all staircases in New Zeland have to have a handrail at least on one side to offer support. They can be part of the balustrade or be attached to the wall on the inside of the staircase. We will design your handrail to match the balustrade of your choice or compliment the overall look of your staircase and home.

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