As an industry leader in steel products for over 75 years, TrueNorth Steel is always working to create innovative new solutions for our clients. Most recently, we added TrueRail to our portfolio. TrueRail is a design-build product that offers architects the ability to add aesthetic appeal to the bland style of standard picket rail and 8-line steel rail systems.
Appealing Solutions for Architects
One of the biggest benefits of TrueRail is that it provides architects with complete control when creating complicated steel rail designs. TrueRail is designed not to replace current steel rail solutions, but to offer an additional layer of customization. With that in mind, TrueRail can be used with most existing and new steel rail systems. For architects looking for design flexibility, TrueRail offers the ability to enhance the aesthetic appeal of 8-line and picket rail systems already in place.
TrueRail features a customizable design, making it the perfect solution for a wide range of projects. Designs can be chosen using our library of designs, or architects can work directly with TrueNorth Steel to create a totally custom design. Rail panels can also be fabricated to include accent colors and logos for a cohesive, branded look.
TrueRail is a more economical solution to current rail systems. Users now have the ability to create a customized design for the same price or less than other steel rail systems on the market. In addition, TrueRail can be used with existing steel rail systems rather than replacing the whole system. Not only is this more cost-effective, but it also saves time.
Reduced Production Times
Our TrueRail system functions with most existing steel rail systems and the installation is as easy as swapping out spindles with the custom rail panels. TrueRail panels can be installed in as little as a third of the time it takes to install 8-line and picket rail systems.
At TrueNorth Steel, we believe safety is paramount and our products reflect that. Each TrueRail system is designed to be safety compliant and meets the specifications outlined in both local and state codes.