Versatile. Strong. Timeless. You can’t beat wooden railings!
Not just a safety feature, wooden balustrades can transform the look and feel of your deck. From modern to classic styles – there are so many designs to choose from. Focus on the details and make your fence stand out with decorative tops, handrail detailing, or board and batten panels.
Deck rails don’t have to just be for safety – create something special! Tell us about your needs and we will design a handrail with built-in features like gates or bench seating. You can even use fencing to make your outdoor space functional by sectioning off areas and creating different zones.
Its affordability and adaptability makes wood a popular option for guardrails. It is also easy to repair, and with proper care, your wooden banister will last for years.
10 – 20 year warranty on selected powder coating brands
Glass meets New Zealand safety standards
Licensed building practitioners and registered master builders
Choose a style
The classic kiwi wooden fence. Affordable, stylish, and cost-effective. Pine balustrades are also popular option thanks to their versatility – stain them to match decking timber and customise the top rail or baluster detailing. Go for a standard shape, like balustrades with top and bottom rails, or balustrades with top rails and balusters side-mounted to your deck. Otherwise, combine a wooden handrail with aluminium balusters. Note, pine does silver off over time.
Board and batten balustrades
Battens frame plywood sheets to create simple, clean lines – a sleek look that’s popular with bungalows and villas. There are no rules when it comes to board or batten widths and spacing, we can arrange slats to create different patterns. Change the finish to suit your taste, either stain it for a darker shade or paint it any colour. These railings offer complete privacy.
Shadowclad or weatherboard rails
Get that classic Kiwi look with weatherboard balustrades. Not only do weatherboard panels create solid guardrails, they will keep in favour of your home’s façade by matching your exterior cladding. Otherwise, go for shadowclad balustrades. The combination of flat plywood panels and grooves create a modern look (think Omaha baches). What’s more, you can face the panels horizontally for a shiplap design. Shadowclad and weatherboard rails are available with vertical or horizontal panels.
What our customers are saying
“We are so happy with our balustrading. They were great to deal with and have done a very tidy job. Couldn’t recommend highly enough.” – Anna, No Cowboys review