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Apr 24, 2019

Feeney Expands Railing Design Options with New Infill Panels

Feeney DesignRail Panel Infill Ginkgo Thatch pattern

Railing manufacturer Feeney is bringing an alternative look to infill panels with a new line of designer panels for interior and exterior applications.

The new DesignRail infill panels will be offered in a variety of standard materials and styles, and can also be customized to meet almost any residential or commercial design specification.

“Alternative infill solutions continue to grow in popularity as architects, builders, and homeowners look for creative ways to personalize and differentiate spaces,” says Andy Penny, vice president of marketing and advertising for Feeney. “We’re always looking to develop products that combine the highest possible performance with unmatched durability and aesthetic beauty while addressing an unmet market need. This newest addition to the Feeney line delivers on that promise by expanding the range of solutions for our DesignRail aluminum railing line.”

Feeney DesignRail Panel Infill Dazzle pattern

 

Available for 36- and 42-inch railing heights, the infills can be mixed-and-matched with Feeney’s other DesignRail infill options—which includes CableRail, glass, vertical cable, and pickets—and are compatible with all DesignRail top rail styles and with Feeney Post Accent Lights. The laser cut aluminum panel infills can be powder-coated in any DesignRail or custom color.

Feeney says the products are easy to install, fitting easily into a pre-engineered frame and fully surrounded on all four sides with a low-profile aluminum channel. The result, the company says, is an aesthetically clean appearance with minimal transition from panel to frame.

“For the stainless steel wire mesh styles, all components are fully isolated to prevent contact among dissimilar metals, which is critical in harsh environments,” Feeney adds.

DesignRail will be available April 2019.

Feeney Design Rail Panel Infill Seagrass pattern

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