Internal Stairs - Steel Stringers & Timber Treads

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To achieve your architecturally designed look, steel stringers and timber treads will complete this goal.

The main choices for using steel, are a central stringer, cantilevered out from the wall or steel plates. Coupled with a variety of timber species for the treads, they can be anything from minimalistic to an industrial feature.

We have worked with an ever-increasing range of timbers such as American White Oak, American White Ash, Kwila, Pine, Jarrah, Garapa, Rimu Tasmanian Oak, Blackbutt, Hart Rimu and many more.

For those looking for a statement piece, but require it to be more cost effective, we can supply an option of a drop-front tread which creates the visual of a solid timber tread.

Because each situation is different, all projects are carefully crafted to their individual specifications.

Our in-depth knowledge ensures all regulations and compliance codes will be met for each project as required.

 

Will my stairs comply with the New Zealand Building Code?
Yes. We will ensure you stairs are built to comply with the NZ Building Code of Compliance and the D1 Access Code.

How much does a stair cost?
This varies a lot depending on the size of the staircase and material used.

Once ordered, how long does it take before the stairs are ready?
We usually work on a lead time of 4-5 weeks, depending on our current workload. This may be longer around public holidays

What is the most suitable timber to use for my staircase?
This depends on many factors. The main point to consider is how you wish to finish your staircase. If you are going to carpet or tile your stair, pine stringers and triboard treads and risers is a very practical option. If you wish to polish your stair, you have a huge range of timbers to choose from. If you have other timber in your house, you can choose it to match. Our specialists can help you narrow down your choices.

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Internal Stairs - Steel Stringers & Timber Treads

To achieve your architecturally designed look, steel stringers and timber treads will complete this goal.

The main choices for using steel, are a central stringer, cantilevered out from the wall or steel plates. Coupled with a variety of timber species for the treads, they can be anything from minimalistic to an industrial feature.

We have worked with an ever-increasing range of timbers such as American White Oak, American White Ash, Kwila, Pine, Jarrah, Garapa, Rimu Tasmanian Oak, Blackbutt, Hart Rimu and many more.

For those looking for a statement piece, but require it to be more cost effective, we can supply an option of a drop-front tread which creates the visual of a solid timber tread.

Because each situation is different, all projects are carefully crafted to their individual specifications.

Our in-depth knowledge ensures all regulations and compliance codes will be met for each project as required.

 

Will my stairs comply with the New Zealand Building Code?
Yes. We will ensure you stairs are built to comply with the NZ Building Code of Compliance and the D1 Access Code.

How much does a stair cost?
This varies a lot depending on the size of the staircase and material used.

Once ordered, how long does it take before the stairs are ready?
We usually work on a lead time of 4-5 weeks, depending on our current workload. This may be longer around public holidays

What is the most suitable timber to use for my staircase?
This depends on many factors. The main point to consider is how you wish to finish your staircase. If you are going to carpet or tile your stair, pine stringers and triboard treads and risers is a very practical option. If you wish to polish your stair, you have a huge range of timbers to choose from. If you have other timber in your house, you can choose it to match. Our specialists can help you narrow down your choices.

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Internal Stairs - Steel Stringers & Timber Treads

To achieve your architecturally designed look, steel stringers and timber treads will complete this goal.

The main choices for using steel, are a central stringer, cantilevered out from the wall or steel plates. Coupled with a variety of timber species for the treads, they can be anything from minimalistic to an industrial feature.

We have worked with an ever-increasing range of timbers such as American White Oak, American White Ash, Kwila, Pine, Jarrah, Garapa, Rimu Tasmanian Oak, Blackbutt, Hart Rimu and many more.

For those looking for a statement piece, but require it to be more cost effective, we can supply an option of a drop-front tread which creates the visual of a solid timber tread.

Because each situation is different, all projects are carefully crafted to their individual specifications.

Our in-depth knowledge ensures all regulations and compliance codes will be met for each project as required.

 

Will my stairs comply with the New Zealand Building Code?
Yes. We will ensure you stairs are built to comply with the NZ Building Code of Compliance and the D1 Access Code.

How much does a stair cost?
This varies a lot depending on the size of the staircase and material used.

Once ordered, how long does it take before the stairs are ready?
We usually work on a lead time of 4-5 weeks, depending on our current workload. This may be longer around public holidays

What is the most suitable timber to use for my staircase?
This depends on many factors. The main point to consider is how you wish to finish your staircase. If you are going to carpet or tile your stair, pine stringers and triboard treads and risers is a very practical option. If you wish to polish your stair, you have a huge range of timbers to choose from. If you have other timber in your house, you can choose it to match. Our specialists can help you narrow down your choices.

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Request price / brochure
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