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Stone Balustrades, Railings

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Natural stone balustrades are one of our most visually striking designs: immediately eye-catching and grandiose, they add decorative flair to both interiors & landscapes. Balustrades are usually produced in marble, sandstone, travertine and granite. You can find the most beautiful natural stone balustrade and railing examples here at stonecontact.com.

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What is the maximum gap between balusters?

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U.S. building codes mandate that balusters have no more than a 4 inch (10.16 cm) gap between them. This relatively tight amount of spacing still allows for visibility between spindles, but also stands as a safety measure to prevent small children from becoming stuck between spindles or from slipping through the balusters.

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How to clean natural stone balustrades?

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Wet the stone balustrades with clear water first. This is very important so you do not etch the surface of the stone. Apply acid solution and let sit for a minute. Rub stubborn stains with a soft brush.

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Can I use vinegar on natural stone balustrades for cleaning?

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Yes, you can use Vinegar solution for cleaning natural stone made balustrades and railing surfaces. Most siliceous stone - granite, limestone, travertine, sandstone, slate and quartzite - manufacturers recommend using vinegar to clean and maintain your stone surfaces. 

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What is a balustrade meaning in architecture?

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Found lining many staircases and terraces, a balustrade is a row of small columns topped by a rail.

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What natural stone is the balustrade mostly made of?

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A balustrade can be made from virtually any stone material, which can be carved: Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Onyx, Sandstone, Limestone, Tuff Stone, Andesite and more.

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