U.S. State Cable Railing Code

US state cable railing code

Cable railings are popular for their modern, minimalist design and almost unobstructed views compared to traditional railing systems.

The basic rule to follow when building a cable railing is the International Residential Code (IRC).

Although there may be some modifications to the International Residential Code (IRC) in various states, cities and counties in the United States, most of them still follow the sphere rules and the same railing height regulations for railings.

So before you build a cable railing, check to see if your local code has additional regulations for cable railings.

For your convenience, we have collected the residential code of each state regarding railing as followed.

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