Finishing Woodwork

Staircases (All our staircases are custom built)

Designing a practical and safe staircase for your new loft conversion is very important.  Strict building control guidelines must be adhered to.  The position of the staircase is one of the most important decisions we have to make.  It will effect the entire layout of the upper floor.  A small skylight (Velux window) installed to the roof line above the staircase will flood natural light to the entire stairwell.

All loft conversion staircases need to be individually built to suite the width and height of the new stairwell.  Careful consideration must be made to allow for adequate  headroom above and below the new staircase.  All steps should be equal in measurement and a maximum of 42 degrees pitch is required.  Handrail height 900mm and spindles a maximum of 100mm apart is also a Building Regulation requirement.

Most Common Types

Types of stairs for a loft conversion

Just a few examples (We can match any staircase profile)
Stair parts for a loft conversion

Skirting Board & Architrave Profiles (We can match any skirting/ architrave profiles)Skirtingboard for a loft conversion

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