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 How far apart should porch balusters be?

Answer On One Hand: The 4-Inch Sphere RuleAccording to Genesis Millwork, most local building codes require that porch balusters be spaced so that a sphere 4 inches in diameter can not pass through. A gene... Read More »
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How much space should be between balusters?

Balusters or railing supports should be placed 4 inches apart to meet building code. Once you determine the center point of the railing, mark it with a pencil. Proceed with markings every 4 inches ... Read More »
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