Choosing StairService you will enjoy a professional and friendly service to go with a quality installation. A close knit team of highly skilled craftsmen, we operate as a family-run business, sharing the same set of high standards and values.
It’s also easy and stress-free to deal with us. We keep you informed of progress every step of the way and are always available at the other end of the phone should you have any questions.
With this in mind we want you to have the confidence and peace of mind that we will always deliver on what we promise. This commitment combined with our professional, yet personal and friendly approach has meant that the majority of our work is generated by word of mouth.
QUOTE – MEASURE – DESIGN – MANUFACTURE – DELIVER – FIT
We can offer you design, manufacture and fit the most popular type of staircases in UK:
A standard construction staircase has a closed stringer and closed riser. It is constructed using wedges and glue blocks, this is the most cost effective way to manufacture a staircase.
Open riser staircases are a popular choice as they allow light to come through. They can be manufactured in various styles however the most popular are;
- Fully open riser – No riser present at all
- Mini open riser – A small riser is left in place (glass as pictured)
The reason for having a ‘mini riser’ is that if the stairs are fully open then they do not comply to current building regulations.
Cut stringer staircases are manufactured by cutting the stringers so that the treads sit on top of the string, and then the spindles sit on top of the tread.
An open back stair is manufactured like a open riser stair, where by the treads and risers are held in place by screwing through the strings into the sides of the treads & risers, the screw holes are then hidden with small pieces of oak. This means that the back of the staircase does not need to be hidden.
Also known as paddle stairs or loft stairs
They are constructed by using treads as shown in the picture to the left, this means that the stairs can be much steeper than normal.
The advantage of this is that they take up less space and do in fact comply to current building regulations so are useful in scenarios where space is limit.