Narrow stairs can be cramped and difficult to navigate, making an outdoor wrought iron stair railing a necessity. Wall mounted rails depend on metal brackets attached to wall rails to create a safe installation. Select metal brackets that match the existing metals near your staircase for a consistent look in your home. A deciduous wood barbell aboard will complete the wall barbell for your staircase.
Measure 28 inches from the top surface of the bottom wrought iron stair railing tread with a tape measure and mark the measurement on the wall with a pencil. Repeat this process from the upper surface of the upper staircase. Drag a chalk line across the wall with the two pencil markings as the endpoint with the help of another person. Snap the chalk line in the center of the wall to transfer the line of the railing on the wall.
Slide a control detector along the chalk line and mark the location of each wall stud with a pencil. Center a metal handrail mount on each bolt marking so that the bottom of the bracket is level with the chalk line. Using a screwdriver, run the screws that came with the brackets through the mounting holes in the wall studs. Measure the distance from the crankcase to the top with a tape measure. This is the measurement required for the rack. Place the handrail card on the table by a saw. Measure and mark it in length with a tape measure and pen.