The Lower Mainland’s Specialty Railing Experts

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Built For Every Season

Contemporary Aluminum Railings Ltd. has been in business for over 25 years in the Metro Vancouver area, and in that time we have amassed a large portfolio of work and satisfied customers! We have worked on a large selection of various projects, from picket and fence railing installations, to large scale commercial projects, such as apartment and townhouse complexes with a variety of human and design needs. Our railings are built to last, and are all designed to withstand the distinct weather of the Lower Mainland. So wether you need a new fence for your house, or glass railings for a high rise apartment, look no further than Contemporary Aluminum Railings!

Built For Every Season

Contemporary Aluminum Railings Ltd. has been in business for over 25 years in the Metro Vancouver area, and in that time we have amassed a large portfolio of work and satisfied customers! We have worked on a large selection of various projects, from picket and fence railing installations, to large scale commercial projects, such as apartment and townhouse complexes with a variety of human and design needs. Our railings are built to last, and are all designed to withstand the distinct weather of the Lower Mainland. So wether you need a new fence for your house, or glass railings for a high rise apartment, look no further than Contemporary Aluminum Railings!

Our Customers Agree

“Andreas was a pleasure to work with, he assisted us with our office renovations. He installed aluminum railings and security bars for our windows quickly and professionally, would recommend Contemporary to any of my friends.”

NICO • DESIGNER
“Thoroughly happy with the entire process, I used Contemporary for both a deck extension as well as all my aluminum gates around the property. Quality was excellent, definitely different than other companies I had quoted, highly recommended!”
BRENDAN • HOME OWNER

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The Lower Mainland’s Specialty Railing Experts

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