4 REASONS WHY ULTRALOX RAILINGS SHORTEN PROJECT SCHEDULES
(AND OTHER TRADES SHOULD KNOW!)
We’ve heard from many contractors using the UltraLox Aluminum Railing that they have encountered an increasingly familiar scenario on projects—other
contractors working ahead of them were caught off-guard by the quick railing installation times, and those trades weren’t prepared to resume their own work so quickly. For this reason, we advise contractors to warn other trades that the railing portion of the project will be fast. Here are the reasons why:
When compared to competing products, UltraLox cuts installation times by half. The pre-assembled powder-coated aluminum panels come with standard mounting hardware and can take as little as five minutes to install—without the need for special tools or welding. Contractors can install up to 12 panels an hour, which significantly increases productivity.
FAST LEAD TIMES
UltraLox Railing distributors are local, and the railings are fabricated in-house. This translates to lightning-fast lead times for material deliveries. Railings are ready for installation in days—not weeks. Shipping often takes a day or less.
RAILINGS ARE MADE TO ORDER
The structural, ICC-ES AC273-tested products are produced in a variety of profiles, configurations, and colors, providing exceptional aesthetics as well as industry-leading strength and reliability. Railing panels can be ordered to exact size for precise, efficient installation
—there is no need to spend time cutting and welding at the job site.
NO PROJECT DELAYS FOR REPLACEMENT PANELS
If a panel is damaged, or if measurements are unexpectedly changed, having a local supplier who can assemble railings on demand makes for speedy product replacement.
The key to a fast and successful Aluminum Railing installation is having the right railing product available, in the right quantities, at the right time. UltraLox Railing does this by offering made-to order panels with the fastest lead times in the industry, as well as the fastest installation times. It’s important that project owners and other contractors on the job understand this, so they can keep projects moving without being bogged down by unnecessary downtime.