African Porch Railings for Man Caves

Installing Porch Railing for Man Caves

So, we had a great day at the jobsite in New Jersey installing handrails for an exterior Man Cave. We started off the day removing a white metal porch railing, making some room for the pergola. It’s built with aromatic cedar which smells really nice when you cut it and has a nice red color. Some rustic porch railings were installed today and the rest are going in tomorrow.

Man Caves has a great crew of people working really hard to get each project started and completed in a few short days. They also have an awesome tool trailer. They have a mobile setup that they roll out to set up shop on location. The homeowners are wonderful and I can’t wait to see their reactions when the project is unveiled. They man of the house is getting an exterior space with an African theme and lots of rustic details. The landscaping and masonry crew was hard at work late into the night on a new courtyard made with flagstone pavers and a retaining wall with a nice curve.

Man Cave’s mobile shop

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Updated on February 6, 2015 by jimmypader

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4 Responses to African Porch Railings for Man Caves

  1. James, I can’t wait to see the show and your beautiful wood railing work that you do. Now the world will get to see it. When are they coming to my house next?

  2. Mom says:

    Finally able to look at your latest project. Can’t wait to see the show. I’m sure the wood railings will travel well to Africa.