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Destined to become a standout feature of a palatial country home, a bespoke fitted staircase proved a dream project for Top Flyte Systems, showcasing a consultative approach to design and craftmanship that achieved outstanding results.

Destined to become a standout feature of a palatial country home, a bespoke fitted staircase proved a dream project for Top Flyte Systems, showcasing a consultative approach to design and craftmanship that achieved outstanding results.

As soon as Jude showed them images of what was possible, they instantly knew what they liked. And they were quick to select elements that would culminate in a slightly rustic, not-so-perfect farmhouse look that suited the rural environs on Pye’s Pa Road, just out of Tauranga.

Says Jude: “We decided to make the stringers, which are the side pieces of the staircase, from pine. To give the desired contrast, the risers or the upright sections between steps were painted white, so we made them from MDF board.”

In between the newel posts, the balustrade was fashioned from powder coated wrought iron with a hammered finish and the handrail on top was finished in oak for a handsome tailored effect.

Jude explains a common mistake that a lot of homeowners make is they don’t decide on what balustrade they’re going to have until after the stairs are installed.

“This can create challenges for us when the newel posts go in. The benefit of building the posts into the stairs from the start is that it gives a much cleaner, stronger finish and a better end result.”

His advice for others considering a similar feature staircase is to plan ahead and think about the balustrade and the overall finished look you want before you even start building the staircase.

“The balustrade you choose affects the specifications of how everything else is engineered. It has a major impact on the design.”

As soon as Jude showed them images of what was possible, they instantly knew what they liked. And they were quick to select elements that would culminate in a slightly rustic, not-so-perfect farmhouse look that suited the rural environs on Pye’s Pa Road, just out of Tauranga.

Says Jude: “We decided to make the stringers, which are the side pieces of the staircase, from pine. To give the desired contrast, the risers or the upright sections between steps were painted white, so we made them from MDF board.”

In between the newel posts, the balustrade was fashioned from powder coated wrought iron with a hammered finish and the handrail on top was finished in oak for a handsome tailored effect.

Jude explains a common mistake that a lot of homeowners make is they don’t decide on what balustrade they’re going to have until after the stairs are installed.

“This can create challenges for us when the newel posts go in. The benefit of building the posts into the stairs from the start is that it gives a much cleaner, stronger finish and a better end result.”

His advice for others considering a similar feature staircase is to plan ahead and think about the balustrade and the overall finished look you want before you even start building the staircase.

“The balustrade you choose affects the specifications of how everything else is engineered. It has a major impact on the design.”

Top Flyte also offers a very quick turnaround for quotes, within one to two days which many clients appreciate.“Our focus has never been about price/cost” says Jude, “because our goal is to offer the client the best experience from the start of the project to the delivered finished article”It’s a formula that has ensured the Tauranga-based company picks up orders through developers, merchants, builders, joiners and end-users from all over New Zealand, Pacific Islands and as far away as Panama and Japan.

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Destined to become a standout feature of a palatial country home, a bespoke fitted staircase proved a dream project for Top Flyte Systems, showcasing a consultative approach to design and craftmanship that achieved outstanding results.

Destined to become a standout feature of a palatial country home, a bespoke fitted staircase proved a dream project for Top Flyte Systems, showcasing a consultative approach to design and craftmanship that achieved outstanding results.

As soon as Jude showed them images of what was possible, they instantly knew what they liked. And they were quick to select elements that would culminate in a slightly rustic, not-so-perfect farmhouse look that suited the rural environs on Pye’s Pa Road, just out of Tauranga.

Says Jude: “We decided to make the stringers, which are the side pieces of the staircase, from pine. To give the desired contrast, the risers or the upright sections between steps were painted white, so we made them from MDF board.”

In between the newel posts, the balustrade was fashioned from powder coated wrought iron with a hammered finish and the handrail on top was finished in oak for a handsome tailored effect.

Jude explains a common mistake that a lot of homeowners make is they don’t decide on what balustrade they’re going to have until after the stairs are installed.

“This can create challenges for us when the newel posts go in. The benefit of building the posts into the stairs from the start is that it gives a much cleaner, stronger finish and a better end result.”

His advice for others considering a similar feature staircase is to plan ahead and think about the balustrade and the overall finished look you want before you even start building the staircase.

“The balustrade you choose affects the specifications of how everything else is engineered. It has a major impact on the design.”

As soon as Jude showed them images of what was possible, they instantly knew what they liked. And they were quick to select elements that would culminate in a slightly rustic, not-so-perfect farmhouse look that suited the rural environs on Pye’s Pa Road, just out of Tauranga.

Says Jude: “We decided to make the stringers, which are the side pieces of the staircase, from pine. To give the desired contrast, the risers or the upright sections between steps were painted white, so we made them from MDF board.”

In between the newel posts, the balustrade was fashioned from powder coated wrought iron with a hammered finish and the handrail on top was finished in oak for a handsome tailored effect.

Jude explains a common mistake that a lot of homeowners make is they don’t decide on what balustrade they’re going to have until after the stairs are installed.

“This can create challenges for us when the newel posts go in. The benefit of building the posts into the stairs from the start is that it gives a much cleaner, stronger finish and a better end result.”

His advice for others considering a similar feature staircase is to plan ahead and think about the balustrade and the overall finished look you want before you even start building the staircase.

“The balustrade you choose affects the specifications of how everything else is engineered. It has a major impact on the design.”

Top Flyte also offers a very quick turnaround for quotes, within one to two days which many clients appreciate.“Our focus has never been about price/cost” says Jude, “because our goal is to offer the client the best experience from the start of the project to the delivered finished article”It’s a formula that has ensured the Tauranga-based company picks up orders through developers, merchants, builders, joiners and end-users from all over New Zealand, Pacific Islands and as far away as Panama and Japan.

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#19732 Winters & Broadley

Destined to become a standout feature of a palatial country home, a bespoke fitted staircase proved a dream project for Top Flyte Systems, showcasing a consultative approach to design and craftmanship that achieved outstanding results.

Destined to become a standout feature of a palatial country home, a bespoke fitted staircase proved a dream project for Top Flyte Systems, showcasing a consultative approach to design and craftmanship that achieved outstanding results.

As soon as Jude showed them images of what was possible, they instantly knew what they liked. And they were quick to select elements that would culminate in a slightly rustic, not-so-perfect farmhouse look that suited the rural environs on Pye’s Pa Road, just out of Tauranga.

Says Jude: “We decided to make the stringers, which are the side pieces of the staircase, from pine. To give the desired contrast, the risers or the upright sections between steps were painted white, so we made them from MDF board.”

In between the newel posts, the balustrade was fashioned from powder coated wrought iron with a hammered finish and the handrail on top was finished in oak for a handsome tailored effect.

Jude explains a common mistake that a lot of homeowners make is they don’t decide on what balustrade they’re going to have until after the stairs are installed.

“This can create challenges for us when the newel posts go in. The benefit of building the posts into the stairs from the start is that it gives a much cleaner, stronger finish and a better end result.”

His advice for others considering a similar feature staircase is to plan ahead and think about the balustrade and the overall finished look you want before you even start building the staircase.

“The balustrade you choose affects the specifications of how everything else is engineered. It has a major impact on the design.”

As soon as Jude showed them images of what was possible, they instantly knew what they liked. And they were quick to select elements that would culminate in a slightly rustic, not-so-perfect farmhouse look that suited the rural environs on Pye’s Pa Road, just out of Tauranga.

Says Jude: “We decided to make the stringers, which are the side pieces of the staircase, from pine. To give the desired contrast, the risers or the upright sections between steps were painted white, so we made them from MDF board.”

In between the newel posts, the balustrade was fashioned from powder coated wrought iron with a hammered finish and the handrail on top was finished in oak for a handsome tailored effect.

Jude explains a common mistake that a lot of homeowners make is they don’t decide on what balustrade they’re going to have until after the stairs are installed.

“This can create challenges for us when the newel posts go in. The benefit of building the posts into the stairs from the start is that it gives a much cleaner, stronger finish and a better end result.”

His advice for others considering a similar feature staircase is to plan ahead and think about the balustrade and the overall finished look you want before you even start building the staircase.

“The balustrade you choose affects the specifications of how everything else is engineered. It has a major impact on the design.”

Top Flyte also offers a very quick turnaround for quotes, within one to two days which many clients appreciate.“Our focus has never been about price/cost” says Jude, “because our goal is to offer the client the best experience from the start of the project to the delivered finished article”It’s a formula that has ensured the Tauranga-based company picks up orders through developers, merchants, builders, joiners and end-users from all over New Zealand, Pacific Islands and as far away as Panama and Japan.

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