Why Choose WPC Guardrail？WPC guardrail
has several advantages over traditional guardrail materials such as wood or metal. Some reasons why one might choose WPC guardrail include:
Durability: WPC guardrail is highly durable and resistant to weathering, corrosion, and decay. This makes it an ideal material for outdoor applications where it is exposed to the elements.
Low maintenance: WPC guardrail requires minimal maintenance, as it does not need to be painted or stained and is resistant to fading.
Safety: WPC guardrail has a smooth surface without any sharp edges, reducing the risk of injury compared to traditional metal or wood guardrails.
Environmentally friendly: WPC guardrail is made from recycled materials and does not require the use of harsh chemicals for maintenance, making it an environmentally friendly choice.
Design versatility: WPC guardrail can be designed to match the aesthetic of any property, with a variety of colors, finishes, and textures available.How to Install WPC Guardrail？
Here are the general steps to install WPC guardrails
Measure and mark the position of the guardrail posts. The spacing between the posts should be no more than 2 meters.
Use a drill to make holes in the marked spots for the guardrail posts. The diameter of the holes should be slightly smaller than that of the screws.
Insert the anchor screws into the holes and tighten them.
Install the base plates on the anchor screws and use screws to secure them in place.
Attach the WPC guardrail posts to the base plates using screws.
Measure and mark the position of the top rail and bottom rail, making sure they are level.
Use screws to attach the top and bottom rails to the guardrail posts.
Finally, install the WPC pickets or balusters between the top and bottom rails and secure them with screws.
It is recommended to follow the manufacturer's instructions for specific installation guidance as they may vary depending on the brand and type of WPC guardrail.