Spiral Staircase Farnham – Model 71
Our client with this project required a small spiral staircase to access the upper floor in their extension. They were not too keen or timber treads or steel so we decided to stain some beech black for the treads and handrail. We continued some balustrade upstairs but opted for glass infill panels rather than spindles.
Black Spiral Staircase
The model 71 stunning spiral staircase is a custom made model. The solid hardwood treads are slid over a centre column consisting of cylindrical barrels which hide the steel core to the column and act as spacers between the treads.
The timber is always supplied as a hardwood with a choice of :-
The balustrade itself is in-filled by either :-
Vertical Steel Spindles
Horizontal steel rails
Curved acrylic panels
Curved Glass Panels
Curved Perforated Steel Panels
The handrail and newel posts on the Model 71 spiral staircase are made in timber or steel to match the other elements. Finish of the steel tends to be brushed stainless although we can offer polished stainless or a powder coated finish. The timber is either oiled, varnished or stained in the factory and sometime left untreated to be stained on site.
Each Model 71 spiral staircase supplied in unique. Each is carefully drawn to ensure the correct entry and exit point and sufficient headroom clearance. The system can accommodate a number of differently shaped platforms and the spiral is available in diameters up to 2200mm. For a price for your own model ‘spiral staircase Farnham’ – please fill out the form below.
|Floor to floor height||2641mm|
|Risers||13 @ 203.15mm|
|Clear Tread Width||650mm|
|Tread Type||40mm Beech painted black|
|Balustrade Type||16mm Ø Vertical stainless Spindles|
|Handrail||50mm Ø Beech painted black|
|Centre Column||Brushed Stainless Barrels|
|Finish of Steel||Brushed Stainless Steel|
|Additional||Landing Balsutrade with glass infill panels|
Comment on Spiral Staircase Farnham – Model 71 from Complete Stair Systems
"we were struggling a little when the customer informed us they didn’t want timber or steel treads. Timber treads however were selected in the end and painted a stunning black giving the customer the look they were looking for and giving a great contrast with the stainless steel"