There are two boxes required to complete a kit. One box includes top and bottom rails, cap rail and 2 sets of hanger brackets. The second box includes your glass, which is available for level or stair options. Posts are sold separately.
No, the Cable Infill packages are convenient in that no additional hardware is required. Everything needed is provided in the kit. This does mean that the excess lengths will not be able to be used for your Cable Infill railings after you have cut the strands to meet the lengths required.
Yes. Remove the clear picket gasket from the top and bottom rail channel. Install support leg (if you’re using one). Install top and bottom glass gasket into the rail channel. Fasten the bottom aluminum channel to the post and install the glass by inserting top of glass in the top channel first, then lower into place. Visit our Installation Instructions section, under the “Learn” for more information or click our Glass Gasket Installation Instructions.
If your glass is seeming too tight there are a few ‘quick-fix’ options you may try. First, try spraying a small amount of glass cleaner to lubricate the glass, alternatively you could try soap and water, however, glass cleaner is easier to clean afterward. If this does not work, use silicone spray (sparingly), be careful as this will make everything very slippery.
Yes, our frameless posts have been tested and engineered to the railing guidelines as outlined in the National Building code. Please note, in some jurisdiction inspectors apply the glass code instead of the railing code. The glass code may require a top rail. Please check with your local building inspector prior to proceeding with any purchase or work.
No. It fits nicely over Vista Aluminum Picket (regular & wide) System, Vista Aluminum Cable System & Vista Glass Railing System and you can attach your choice of cap material such as wood, composite or vinyl to complete your railing project. It does include all the hardware for fastening the adapter to the post as well as the hardware for attaching your material to the adapter.