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Mounting Rails fit nearly ALL Vertical Balusters
Aluminum, PVC, Wood, Iron - Round, Square, 1/2" to 1 1/2" Deep!

Create a Cool Comfortable Setting!

This is a 36" Hold It Mate mounting rail, the Shelf Kit and a 1 x 12 x 36" piece of cedar wood.    There is also a 6" mounting rail with an extension hook holding a lanturn....on the lower left is a 6" mounting rail with an 8" ring and dog bowl!   Place this at the height that your dog is most comfortable drinking from.  He'll love you more.  

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New Products Are Arriving!  New video!!

New Products Are Arriving! New video!!

Introducing the 20" Mounting Rail and Planter Box Brackets!   This system is designed to hold any planter box up to 36" long and 6 1/2" or less wide at the bottom  - which is most.  As all Hold It Mate mounting rails go - they fit universally on vertical spindles/fences.   Round, square, wood, wrought iron aluminum, 1/2" to 1 1/2" deep, fits them all!   The mounting rails and hardware basically disappear behind your planters - so your plantings appear to be floating - its a beautiful look, giving focus on the plants and planters, not the hardware.
March 30, 2017 by Brian Johnson

Hold It Mate is Your Solution!

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September 27, 2016 by Brian Johnson
The Idea Book!

The Idea Book!

If you're flipping through our site, wondering how this product may work, and how many pots of a certain size will fit on a Hold It Mate rail, etc. ....well we have something exciting to show you!    The Hold It Mate Idea Book is linked to every product page and also at the top of the main page in the orange bar, just click on that and it will open a new page, showcasing The Idea Book!  It shows not only how the system works and goes together in just a few minutes, but many of the variations that will help make your deck railing beautiful!  If you have further questions, feel free to email Brian @ and he will reply as quick as he can!  Usually inside a couple hours.
February 08, 2016 by Brian Johnson