March 01, 2016 2 min read
Today’s market offers homeowners so many options, which allows for nearly limitless customization and personalization, but it can also make the decision process a bit more challenging. Designing and building your dream staircase is more achievable today than ever, but we know it can be overwhelming with all of the choices you have to make that dream a reality. That’s why we’re here to help.
When designing your staircase there are so many parts to consider. Treads and risers are traditionally made out of a wood that is similar in color, texture, and design to your flooring. Newel posts come in many styles and designs, and can be found in a few different materials, but the most popular is wood. Balusters add personality and design to your staircase, as well as safety and security. Popular in both wood and iron, balusters are crafted in a variety of designs and finishes, setting the style of the entire staircase. Handrails, perhaps the most customized stair part, can be created in a variety of materials and custom-made to work with any staircase. Length, style, and design can all be personalized to compliment your staircase.
Whether you’re building a brand new staircase or re-imagining the design of your current one, we can help you find the exact parts that you need to complete your project. There’s no need to limit yourself to pre-made, mass-produced stair parts when we can customize parts for staircases that just don’t fit standard demand. Designing your staircase with custom parts is the perfect option for those looking to create a one-of-a-kind staircase. It allows for nearly endless design possibilities for homeowners.
But not every staircase needs custom parts. There are countless beautifully designed pre-made parts that will bring your staircase design to fruition. We offer standard grade stair parts when price and speed are at the forefront of your concerns, and American hand-crafted parts when quality and craftsmanship are the most important.
If your feeling overwhelmed, confused, or just need a second opinion, please give our stairway experts a call. We’re happy to help.
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