Each of a series of often ornamental short posts or pillars on a rail.
The vertical members of a railing in between the posts. An overhead covering to provide shade and protection from the weather.
The upright spindles that support the railing on a staircase or a porch railing.
a railing at the side of a staircase or balcony to prevent people from falling
A vertical stair part turned, carved or otherwise vertical section placed between the handrail and the stair tread or stair stringer. Balusters are typically spaced no more than 4” apart. Most balusters in wrought iron are 44” tall. Most wood balusters are 42” tall
Also known as spindles, these are the verticle pieces that set on the step (usually 3 per step and 3 per foot on balconies and landings.) typicaly three sizes per step. 36" front baluster 39" middle baluster and 41" rear baluster. 36" balusters are typically used on level sections.( check with your local buiding codes.)
A series vertical pillars, sticks, dowels, spindles or struts forming part of, and being the supporting elements of a guardrail or handrail. Balusters should be safely spaced to prevent incidents involving children slipping through the balusters or getting their head caught.
Spindles that help support a staircase handrail.
The vertical spindles of a guard railing
One of a series of small pillars that is attached to and runs between the stairs and the handrails. The spacing between the balusters should be less than 4 inches to prevent small children from getting stuck between the balusters. Balusters are considered a safety item and provide an additional barrier.
Usually small vertical members in a railing used between a top rail and the stair treads or a bottom rail.
Vertical members in a railing used between a top rail and bottom rail or the stair treads. Sometimes referred to as pickets or spindles.
Spindles of upright members attached to handrail and stair treads.
Vertical rods of spindles supporting a rail.
are small vertical supports of a balustrade rail.
The upright supports of a staircase.
UPRIGHT SUPPORTS OF A BALUSTRADE.
The vertical timbers (or steel) of a hand rail.