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    New railings for our church

    After seeing the first set of removable railings I made for one side of the altar platform of our church, The Admin Council asked me to make another set to go up the center. These railings can all be removed without tools if need be for an event. The church paid for all the materials, I did the design, wood work and installation. You can see the first set of railings in the background. The wood stain exactly matches the existing woodwork.
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    Lee Schierer
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    Nice Lee, minimalistic and sleek...and am important safety addition.

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    Looks nice.
    The Plane Anarchist

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    I also like the design. Minimal presence very nice design.
    Aj

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    That’s a great look. Beautiful job!

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    Most of the response from people at church after I installed the first railings was where were they being stored and why weren't they out there before. The comments on this second set are about how closely they match the communion railings, altar table and pews in color.

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