"Absolutely the easiest system I’ve ever used. A fantastic well-developed product. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone building or remodeling a deck. "
- Jeffrey W., Snap 'n Lock™ Customer
Sold separately here in packs of twenty connectors and screws to match every ten balusters. Fits nominal 3/4" (0.750") square balusters**. But for the best fit, we recommend buying connectors in our kit format which includes balusters that are manufactured to known tolerances. And you'll save a few dollars too! Check out our kits here.
**If your balusters are larger than 0.750" they may not fit.
It's so simple that even folks who are just starting out can do it themselves with minimal carpentry experience.
+ Installs faster and easier than plug style systems.
+ Simple, carefree maintenance.
+ Easily retrofit old 2x2 wood railings without dismantling the existing railing.
+ You will love the elegant architectural style and design.
Replace old worn 2x2 wood pickets with Snap'n Lock™ Balusters without having to dismantle the entire railing.
With traditional plug systems, you have to take down the entire railing and rebuild from scratch.
Make sure to measure the gap between your upper and lower 2x4 rails and pick the 25" or 31" and then cut them down to your specific gap less 1/2" for the thickness of the base connectors.
Aluminum is so easy to cut and is not subject to oxidization the same way ferrous metals are.
This saves you a lot of time and money. But the best thing is that you just gave your old worn out wood railing a brand new life.
Snap'n Lock™ Stair Adapter Plus Connector Packs include everything you need to build a stair - except the balusters themselves. You get the Stair Adapters and horizontal Snap'n Lock™ Connectors and screws in one convenient pack. So you can use our connectors with other manufacturers 3/4" square aluminum balusters if you wish**. Here's what you get:
(20) Snap'n Lock™ square baluster connectors
(20) Snap'n Lock™ square stair adapters
Covers 4' of railing
** Please note our connectors fit a maximum dimension of 0.750" and cannot guarantee the actual size of other manufacturers balusters. These are set at a 35° which is an optimum angle for the common building code rise and run ratio for residential stairs. Stairs could range from 33° to 38° and they will still work fine.