Select the country/region, language, and currency you prefer for shopping.
Delivery to
Your Address
Hello, Sign In
Account & Order
Free Delivery 30-day No-hassle Returns 12-month Warranty
VEVOR Handrails for Outdoor Steps, Fit 2 or 3 Steps Outdoor Stair Railing, Picket#2 Wrought Iron Handrail, Flexible Porch Railing, Black Transitional Handrails for Concrete Steps or Wooden Stairs

Customer Reviews for VEVOR Handrails for Outdoor Steps, Fit 2 or 3 Steps Outdoor Stair Railing, Picket#2 Wrought Iron Handrail, Flexible Porch Railing, Black Transitional Handrails for Concrete Steps or Wooden Stairs

Step 2 or 3 Black

Customer Reviews

Ratings by Features

  • 4.8
  • 4.7
  • 4.7
  • 4.7
  • See More See Less
302 Review(s)
Clear filters
Byron Byron
2 or 3 step
Assembly instruction not very detailed but adequate. Easy to assemble and very sturdy. I will have to order another to match up the other side.
Rick Peterson Rick Peterson
Great product. I can't tell you how many compliments I have received. The handrail is sturdy and looks great.
Hangman Hangman
Real wrought iron top rail.
They were easy to install in our concrete stoop. I bought an extra set to extend for the top of the stoop. By cutting the two sets and welding them together to make one whole railing, they came out great. I thing the company should sell a set like that to do that same thing. Only a thought and check it out in the pics.
Paula Paula
These railings are wonderful. They are very sturdy, well made and very attractive. The quality is excellent and far exceeds any railing you would purchase at your local chain hardware/lumber store. There is no comparison.
Behrendt Behrendt
They worked perfectly. I installed them on new concrete steps 3 weeks after they were poured. Used a 10 mm SDS drill for the mounting holes. Very sturdy. Just what we needed.
Robert Hanlon Robert Hanlon
These railings are very good. I wish the directions had words on them however. I have purchased these several times and have kind of figured out how they work. I'm still left with eight screws at the end for some reason and I don't know what those are for. The directions are only diagrams so I have nothing to refer to. Plus the last two I purchased I had to trim and drill the railings on the side to make them fit. Overall a very good product except for those few items.
Dana Dana
We ordered these handrails and had them installed on our front steps of our home. I was very pleased with the quality/durability of the handrails. I have already recommended them to other friends who are looking to upgrade the steps into their homes. The icing on the cake is the reasonable price …Definitely would recommend buying!
Ljjp Ljjp
Quality railing, installation instructions lacking detail
Railing quality and packing very good. Lags and installation details poor. I used 2 different lags that the nut can be removed after installing to locat railing. I made cardboard templetes to drill, but location off enough that I had to open up some railing holes. Looking back I should have started drilling holes with railing in place after 1st 2 lags in place. Appearance is as good or better than iron railings I had professionally fabricated and installed on other porch.
Candy Candy
1-2 step stair railing
These railings came with instructions that were very very difficult to understand. You will need a 10mm masonry drill bit if attaching to concrete. 3/8 inch drill bit will not do. I did not like the way the pickets lined up. The pickets in the middle are angled at an angle and the will not be straight. The curls on the ends are large and will hold water (rain) so in the future there may be eventual rusting. A less prominent curving would allow water to drain. The hand rail on the top is very short. Better instructions and labeling the pieces should be included in the future.
Cheryl SC Cheryl SC
Superior Product-inferior anchors
The railing is beautiful, sturdy, power coated, easily assembled. The issue that we ran into was the anchor bolts that were provided. The anchor bolts looked good, but when we tried to use them; they would not truly adhere to the drilled hole. We originally used a 7/16 Masonary drill bit and although the anchors were snug, they just slipped out when any pressure was applied. We ended up going to Home Depot and getting Redhead sleeve anchors and drilled a bigger hole (1/2”) -maybe other people have better luck with the different types of attachments provided. If you’re going into concrete, just go to the store ahead of time and buy some anchors that will make the banister as secure as it is awesome. Well worth the money!

People Who Bought This Item Also Bought