Roof Guardrail-Chicago IL
Roof safety railings are essential to prevent falls. Get your roof guardrail in Chicago from a certified rooftop safety professional. We offer customizable guardrails for commercial properties. Select from a wide variety of materials and styles. Osceola Fence is more than just a fence company, we make sure your property is protected, always. Furthermore, you can count on our professional rooftop safety team for all your needs. We can customize, repair and install any roof guardrail system. Securing your roof is highly important. In fact, it’s a rquirement to protect roof skylights, hatches, parapets. Doing so will protect you against any liability issues in the case of an accident.
ROOF RAILING TYPES
Non-penetrating permanent railings.
An industry standard roof railing. Just about all components are designed and assembled on site and avoids penetrating the surface of the roof.
Metal Rooftop Guardrail
Metal Roof Railing are taller and higher performing designed to enhance the safety or your employees.
Roof Parapet Railing
This railing is designed to meet global standards for fall protection.
Roof Hatch Railing
A Steel Non-penetrating Guardrail enables your property to comply with OSHA fall prevention safety without penetrating roof membrane..
Aluminum Roof Railing
An Aluminum Non-penetrating Guardrail acts as a permanent fall protection system. Completely customizable for added aesthetics to any building.
Our Steel Non-penetrating or Fixed Galvanized Guardrails combining style and safety to compliment any building design. Available in Non-penetrating and Fixed roof system.
Cable Roof Guardrail
Provides a safe and compliant approach to roof edge fall prevention. This system meets OSHA Regulation 1926.501(b)(1), and 1926.502.
Ensure Rooftop Safety
OSHA’s requires safety rooftop guardrails. Which is why at Osceola Fence we are compliant with regulations for roof guardrails in Chicago. More information can be found on the OSHA website.
Following our quick guide.
- Top rails must be 42″ from the walking surface.
- Middle rails must be half way between the top rail and the walking surface.
- Rails must withstand a 200 lb. force in a downward or lateral direction.