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1. Newel Cap

Choose from our range of decorative caps to top off your newels and add the finishing touches to your staircase.

2. Newel Post

These are an integral part of your staircase that are the upright posts and provide support to your staircase, handrails and balustrade.

3. Handrail                

This is the graspable part of your balustrade and can be either between newel posts or mounted on a wall by brackets.

4. Baluster/Spindles

These are the upright components within your balustrade that are equally spaced between your newel posts, they are fitted within your bottom rail and to the underside of your handrails.

5. String

Your stair strings are the pieces of timber that are each side of your staircase to house the treads and risers, these are routed out on state of the art CNC machines for accuracy and consistency.

 

6. Apron Lining

Apron lining is the material used to face up any exposed joists around your stairwell when you are not wanting to use plasterboard, this can either be in a solid timber, MDF or a veneered sheet material to match your staircase.

7. Riser

Risers are the vertical part of the staircase between each of your treads.

8. Capping

Capping refers to either string capping or base rail. String capping sits upon your strings and base rail sits on the floor around your stairwell landing. Both rails have a groove in that accept your balusters / spindles forming your balustrade.

9. Tread

Stair tread is the horizontal part of your staircase on which you walk on.

10. Feature Step

A feature step is normally either of the bottom two steps that can be shaped as a bullnose or curtail and these can then be either single or double ended.

 

 

 

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