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Unobstructed Deck Views of the River

Open-concept designs are on the rise in modern architecture, aiming to provide a sense of spaciousness and a connection to nature.

The S.T.A.R. System stainless steel cable railing offers a contemporary solution, using high-quality aluminum posts and tensioned stainless steel cables to bring the outdoors inside while prioritizing safety. Its components are highly resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications with minimal risk of rust.


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Modern Look

Open-concept designs are increasingly prevalent in design and architecture these days. People want that sense of space. They want to bring the beauty of nature into the foreground without worrying about the safety of their loved ones. One modern way to accomplish this is by using S.T.A.R. System stainless steel cable railing. With high quality heavy extrusion aluminum posts and tension-ed stainless steel cable, we can bring the outdoors into your space with the minimum possible obstruction, and keep you and your loved ones completely safe.

Durability & Maintenance

Every component of our stainless steel cable railing is highly resistant to corrosions, making it ideal for any interior or exterior application. With high quality aluminum and stainless steel cable and fasteners, nothing in our railing system can rust. The only maintenance that cable railing might need (every few years) is re-tensioning of the cables. This can easily be done by the owner, using nothing more than an Allen key. If high durability and low maintenance are high on your list, then there’s arguably no better option than S.T.A.R. System cable railing.

Ease of Cleaning

With powder coated aluminum posts and stainless steel cable railing, cleaning has never been easier. In fact, it’s pretty much non-existent—by contrast with a glass railing, which calls for cleaning twice a month. Taking a pressure washer to it once a year would be more than sufficient.