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All Newels

All Newels

StairPartsUSA.com realizes that not everyone is looking for the same thing in stair parts. While everyone wants to make their home spectacular, budgets and tastes vary. That's why we offer our American hand-crafted newels in a variety of wood types and styles. If you are looking for the very highest in quality, check out our American-made, hand-crafted wood newels. These newels feature extreme attention to detail and come to you well sanded. They are available in American Cherry, Brazilian Cherry, Red Oak, White Oak, Hard Maple, Soft Maple, Hickory and other wood types by request.

Newels make a statement. They are a piece of furniture for your stairway. Box newel posts are used in a Post to Post stairway system. In a Post to Post system, handrail fittings are not usually necessary. By contrast, in an Over the Post stairway system furnished with turned newels, fittings are almost always used. If you do not have space to use a box newel on your stairway, consider using our turned newels.

If you have questions about Post to Post and Over the Post systems, please call us! We are here to help!

Find more information about our newel posts and the Post to Post and Over the Post systems on our blog.

Creating Your Staircase - Choosing the Newel Posts

Newel posts are used as a support for the handrail and balusters. Newels may be placed only at the beginning of a staircase or several posts may be used in longer runs to support the handrails through landings and at turns in the balustrade. The newel posts set the style for the entire balustrade and are quite often the most..

Newel Posts - Box or Turned
Newels are the structural elements that are used to anchor the handrail to the floor joist keeping your staircase stable and secure. StairPartsUSA.com realizes that not everyone is looking for the same thing in stair parts. While everyone wants to make their home look spectacular, not every home has...

 


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