Handcrafted Log Railing

Tommy Mitchell has been handcrafting rustic log railing for over 25 years. Due to it’s natural resistance to rot and decay, both commercial and residential customers utilize it widely. We offer a full line of textures, posts and styles designed to enhance any indoor or outdoor location. Our customers say we have the best log railing in the industry and we tend to agree.

Styles

Standard

Traditional top/bottom rail design ideal for any indoor or outdoor application.

Lodge

Incorporates an additional top rail for an added design element.

Textures

Sanded Smooth

Sanded smooth to the touch and splinter free at a true diameter.

Hand Hewn

Characterized by the knife-drawn accents on the logs.

Elk Ridge

For a rustic natural look, full character log with natural knots. No two will look alike.

Standard Residential

Log Railing Specifications 36” Height Section

Sizes are subject to minimal changes

based on texture.

Custom sections are also available.

Call 859-548-2040 to let a log railing

expert help you with your railing project.

Standard Commercial

Log Railing Specifications 42” Height Section

Sizes are subject to minimal changes

based on texture.

Custom sections are also available.

Call 859-548-2040 to let a log railing

expert help you with your railing project.

Notched Post Options

Log Railing Specifications

Looking for posts for your project? We

have 5, 6, and 8 inches in diameter posts

and can special order up to 10 inch posts.

 

We can custom drill holes to receive the

top and bottom rail and all posts up to 8”

in diameter. 5” posts can also be half notched for easy

instillation.

Log Railing Porches & Decks

Measurement Guidelines

When beginning your railing project,

we will need a simple diagram to work from. If you

already have posts, measure the space between

them (inside to inside).

Also be sure to note the size of your posts, and

whether they are square or round. If there are

no existing posts, measure the total length of

each area that needs railing. From there, our

technicians will add the LogHeads posts

needed for these areas.

Log Railing Stairs

Measurement Guidelines

For stairways, measure the length of the stairs

diagonally (nose of the top tread to the nose of

the bottom tread). If stair angle is greater than

37, stair rails must be drilled for spindles and assembled on-site as well.

You will also need to provide the angle on

which the stairs run. Call 859-548-2040 to let a

log railing expert help you measure. Stair posts

are not drilled or notched. This must be done on-site

to insure proper rail alignment.