Stairs

Our Unique Stairs

A well-designed staircase can create an immediate visual impact upon entering a home. It is a fixed piece of furniture in a house and it deserves careful time and attention spent on the design and details of the finished stairs. Every stairs we make is custom made and designed to suit the individuals’ house. We manufacture and install the highest quality timber stairs in a wide variety of styles including curved stairs, cantilevered stairs and stairs featuring combinations of timber with glass, stainless steel or wrought iron.

Each and every stairs we make is manufactured keeping our customers design, vision and budget requirements in mind. We welcome you to visit our showroom where our experienced sales team can show you sample stairs and guide you through the various options available to you. Our Photo Gallery below shows a selection of the staircases that we have made.

Timber Stairs

We offer our customers high quality bespoke timber stairs
manufactured using White Oak, Ash, Walnut, Teak and Mahogany
in both traditional and contemporary designs.

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Painted Stairs

The option to paint parts of your stairs is also available. Poplar is
an ideal timber choice for painting as it has no timber knots and
provides our customers with a very clean paint finish.

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Glass & Metal Stairs

Incorporating features such as glass and/or metal in your stairs
can create a very modern and contemporary look.

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Curved Stairs

Curved stairs can be a very dramatic and focal feature in a hallway
when entering the home. Our curved stairs are specifically
designed to suit the size and space of our client’s hallway.

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STAIRS:
Order & Design
Process

Ash
Mahogany
Red Deal
Teak
Walnut
Oak

We stock a wide range of timbers for the manufacture of our stairs.  White Oak, Iroko Teak, Walnut, Mahogany, Ash and Red Deal are among the most popular timber choices.  The option to paint some of the components of the stairs or to combine these timbers with glass, stainless steel or wrought iron is also available.

Plain Closed String
Cut String (No Bracket)
Closed string is the standard option, this is where it is not possible to see the steps of the stairs when looking at the side of the stairs (Photograph A).
Cut string detail is shown in the other photograph.  With this option it is possible to see the steps when looking at the side of the stairs. With the cut string option it is possible to have additional design features under each step e.g. a standard bracket, panelled effect bracket or without any bracket.
Closed Tread (Cut String)
Open Tread with Small Timber Riser (Closed String)

Closed tread describes a stairs with a full timber riser between each tread (the part you step on). With this option it is not possible to see through the stairs.

Open tread allows you to see through the gap between each of the treads and can help to brighten up a hallway if necessary.  In order to meet Building Regulations it is necessary to use a small timber riser (as shown in photograph) or a stainless steel bar to ensure that the gap between each tread is not too big.

Painted Spindles & Timber Handrail
Stairs Between Walls – handrail only –
Painted Spindles, Posts & Handrail
Glass Balustrade, Timber Handrail
Stainless Steel Spindles & Timber Handrail
Painted Spindles & Timber Handrail
Wrought Iron Spindles & Decorative Newel Post (supplied by client)
Glass with Stainless Steel Cleats, Timber Post & Handrail
A wide variety of newel posts and spindles are available. The newel posts are positioned at the bottom and top of a stair flight. The spindles (balusters) are the vertical posts that hold up the handrail along the flight. The photographs above show a selection of these. It is also possible to have glass panels instead of spindles as can be seen in some of the photographs above.
Stairs with External Handrail & Double Bullnose to Bottom Step
Double Scroll on Bottom Step, Double Cut String Stairs
Single Curtail with Continuous Handrail
Square Style Curtail on Bottom Step
Scroll on Bottom Step with Closed String
Single Curtail to first step, Single Bullnose to second step
“Back to Back” Stairs with Glass Balustrade
2no Single Curtails to first and second step
Timber Sheeting to back of stairs
Timber Panelling to back of stairs
Plastered Finish (By others)
With a closed tread stairs it is necessary to cover the back of the stairs. This can be done with timber panelling or with timber sheeting as shown in the photographs above. Alternatively you can arrange for your builder to slab and plaster the back of the stairs.
Plain Timber Panelling to trimmer
Plastered Trimmer by others
4″ Timber to trimmer
The trimmer is the area around the opening for the stairs which covers off the edge of the hollow core or timber joisting.  The photographs below show how a plain timber, panelling or 4” trimmer can add an extra feature to your stairs as an alternative to a plaster finish.
Ash
Mahogany
Red Deal
Iroko Teak
Walnut
Oak

We stock a wide range of timbers for the manufacture of our stairs.  White Oak, Iroko Teak, Walnut, Mahogany, Ash and Red Deal are among the most popular timber choices.  The option to paint some of the components of the stairs or to combine these timbers with glass, stainless steel or wrought iron is also available.

Plain Closed String
Cut String (No Bracket)
Closed string is the standard option, this is where it is not possible to see the steps of the stairs when looking at the side of the stairs (Photograph A).
Cut string detail is shown in the other photograph.  With this option it is possible to see the steps when looking at the side of the stairs. With the cut string option it is possible to have additional design features under each step e.g. a standard bracket, panelled effect bracket or without any bracket.
Closed Tread (Cut String)
Open Tread with Small Timber Riser (Closed String)
Closed tread describes a stairs with a full timber riser between each tread (the part you step on). With this option it is not possible to see through the stairs. Open tread allows you to see through the gap between each of the treads and can help to brighten up a hallway if necessary.  In order to meet Building Regulations it is necessary to use a small timber riser (as shown in photograph) or a stainless steel bar to ensure that the gap between each tread is not too big.
Painted Spindles & Timber Handrail
Stairs Between Walls – handrail only –
Painted Spindles, Posts & Handrail
Glass Balustrade, Timber Handrail
Stainless Steel Spindles & Timber Handrail
Painted Spindles & Timber Handrail
Wrought Iron Spindles & Decorative Newel Post (supplied by client)
Glass with Stainless Steel Cleats, Timber Post & Handrail
A wide variety of newel posts and spindles are available. The newel posts are positioned at the bottom and top of a stair flight. The spindles (balusters) are the vertical posts that hold up the handrail along the flight. The photographs above show a selection of these. It is also possible to have glass panels instead of spindles as can be seen in some of the photographs above.
Stairs with Double Handrail & Double Bullnose to Bottom Step
Double Scroll on Bottom Step, Double Cut String Stairs
Single Curtail with Continuous Handrail
Square Style Curtail on Bottom Step
Scroll on Bottom Step with Closed String
Single Curtail to first step, Single Bullnose to second step
“Back to Back” Stairs with Glass Balustrade
2no Single Curtails to first and second step
Timber Sheeting to back of stairs
Timber Panelling to back of stairs
Plastered Finish (By others)
With a closed tread stairs it is necessary to cover the back of the stairs. This can be done with timber panelling or with timber sheeting as shown in photographs above. Alternatively you can arrange for your builder to slab and plaster the back of the stairs.
Plain Timber Panelling to trimmer
Plastered Trimmer by others
4″ Timber to trimmer
The trimmer is the area around the opening for the stairs which covers off the edge of the hollow core or timber joisting.  The photographs above show how a plain timber, panelling or 4” trimmer can add an extra feature to your stairs as an alternative to a plaster finish.