Custom Cable Railings and Stairs
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We are custom metal fabricators that specialize in cable railings and stairs. Formed in 2002 with the belief that beautiful work starts with a strong design, we take immense pride in the quality of work that we perform. More than just fabricators we are true artisans.
We work with architects, contractors and homeowners all over the country to provide you with one of our cable railing designs ready to install. Our design process ensures an attractive look, layout and fitment that suit your needs. We design it, we build it and we ship it to you.
We manufacture our cable railings and stairs here in Upstate NY just north of the Finger Lakes. Not constrained to our region our products travel as far as the Caribbean islands, Hawaii and Alaska. No matter where you are we can work together.
Cable Railing and Custom Stair Design Case Studies
Vertical and Horizontal Stainless Steel Cable Railings in Old Greenwich, Connecticut
This project consisted of both vertical and horizontal cable railings. We have to say, the guys from Odell Construction have got it together. It’s refreshing to work with a builder who respects and values high quality workmanship and can also stay organized throughout a project that was both complex and under a tight time line. We designed regulSee More
Curved Cable Railing in the Adirondack Mountains, NY
Our Keuka Studios curved cable railing is featured on this home situated on one of the pristine Adirondack lakes. This mountain home blends harmoniously with the natural surroundings and reflects the individual style of the homeowner. Some of the unique design features include the curved glulam roof beams, great room with expansive windows to tSee More
Cable Railing on the North Shore, Massachusetts
This guesthouse was designed to play off the historic and natural elements of the area. Blending stone, steel and wood to create a striking structure overlooking the harbor. The cable railing around the deck was chosen to be the least obstructive to the view. Ipe also known as Brazilian Walnut was used for the top rail and decking since it holSee More
Cable Railings on Multiple Terraced Decks in Sea Bright, NJ
It was important to the customer to build a house that would withstand a hurricane. The architecture firm they hired designed a modern cedar clad house that would look like it was sitting on sand dunes and still sit 15 feet above sea level. The boardwalk with concrete retaining walls running underneath the home functions as a storm canal. ThiSee More