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Barrette Launches Aluminum Screen EncloSure and Updates RDI Railing Line

Barrette Outdoor Living releases new aluminum screen EncloSure and adds 42” panel to its Elevation Rail line and Satin Black color to its Transform composite railing.

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Barrette Outdoor Living, a division of Oldcastle APG, has launched EncloSure, a DIY-friendly aluminum screen enclosure that can be installed into a covered patio, deck or upper balcony and offers an optional railing infill kit, screen door and in-swing kit.

Powder coated EncloSure utilizes high-quality screening with flat spline technology that ensures screens stay in place even in the windiest conditions. 

“With so many homeowners continuing to redefine their outdoor living space, EncloSure is another option in our product portfolio that can create an extra place for entertaining while also providing increased privacy,” said Patrick Ianni, VP of customer operations and product management, Barrette Outdoor Living. 

The company also made two notable updates to its RDI Railing line: a 42” panel for its Elevation Rail and the addition of a Satin Black color option to its premium Transform composite railing. 

“The availability of a 42” height makes this innovative cable railing viable for use in commercial and multi-family applications,” said Ianni. Elevation Rail features the patent-pending OneTen built-in centralized tension system—a mechanism that eliminates tensioning each cable individually and decreases the number of seasonal adjustments. 

The introduction of Satin Black to Transform Composite Railing aligns with recent design trends being seen in new home construction and home remodeling, such as windows with black grids and trim. 

With a robust material composition offering the look of painted wood, Transform fights damage from moisture, rot, insects and other harmful elements and is finished with an acrylic cap to defend against scratching and impact.

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