See our range of spiral staircases that can be used as access to primary space in your home. Ideal for access to a main second floor with a bedroom, bath or even kitchen. We offer a wide range of different styles, colours in two different widths! Just measure your floor to floor height and pick the staircase that best suits your project.
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Our focus is primary staircases for access to habited space. Building regulations in relation to spiral staircases for private use, it is essential that all steps/treads have the same rise. The individual tread rises measures no more than 22 cm. Another important factor is that you cannot have gaps of more than 10 cm situated between the balusters or the individual treads. Riser bars (child guards) can be fitted between the treads to reduce these gaps. Spiral staircases may also need a minimum clear stair width of 60 cm. All these aspects covered are just guidance and it will be the decision of the building inspectors to judge whether your spiral stair meets the regulations.
IMPORTANT: It is your responsibility to ensure that spiral staircase, handrail and landing banister are safe. If you have doubts, please contact your local building authority.
Our spiral staircases other both value and premium options depending on your budget. Our Main Spiral Staircase - regulation compliant are in the price level from £ 1.435 - £2.800 depending on wood, diameter and the floor-to-floot height you need.
All our Spiral Staircases in the Montreal serie comes with 11-14 treads. But all you need to measure is your floor-to-floor height in the room where you want to install the spiral staircase. This measurment you use under the spiral staircase you want (in the drop down) to pick your staircase. Our Spiral Staircase are super flexible and comes in almost all floor-to-floor heights.
We endeavour to make purchasing and installing your new staircase as simple as possible. We design our spiral stairs as easy to mount in the least amount of with only the most basic of tools. Our spiral staircase has a great flexibility that makes the spiral staircase adjustable to fit restricted spaces.
Our goal is that our Installation video empower people to build a spiral staircase step by step themselves without the help of craftspeople thus saving money
Yes, when you are installing a spiral staircase from one floor to another ie hallway to bedrooms, bathrooms etc it’s has to comply to certain regulations. It is important to concult your local building inspectors to judge whether your spiral stair meets the regulations.
To make spiral staircases safer we offer riser bars to our spiral staircases. Our Riser bars are designed to fit horizontally between the treads of an open-tread spiral staircase. The riser bars reduce the gap between treads to less than 100mm, so that they comply with the 100mm rule in building regulation.
One of the main rules in the Building Regulations is the 100mm sphere gap rule. This means that at no point there is a gap bigger than 99mm between the balusters or the individual treads. Our main staircases Montreal Classic 4 and Montreal Classic 5 are fine and complies to building regulation and thereby legal according to Building Regs.
The balusters and center construction are made of powder coated metal in 3 colours: white, antrahcite or grey. The spiral staircase is offered with deep treads made of solid beech or oak multiplex - Customise the staircase in line with your needs and interior design by selecting from the drop-down menu on each product page.
Yes a spiral staircase need a landing and a landing banister to make the staircase safe. It is your responsibility to ensure that spiral staircase, handrail and landing banister are safe. If you have doubts, please contact your local building authority. Matching landing banisters are available for all our Spiral staircases. The balcony banister are with vertical filling to provide high safety. The matching landing banister or parapet railing is a big part of the visual beauty at the stairway.
The centre post forms the foundation for our spiral staircases, it will have a solid base that will be mounted to your floor. Supporting balusters and a handrail will be affixed to the widest part of the treads to provide a safer climb up the spiral staircase. The top landing platform is secured to the loft opening at the stairway. The spiral staircase is supported at both the top and bottom.
All you need to measure is your floor-to-floor height in the room where you want to install the spiral staircase. This measurment you use under the spiral staircase you want (in the drop down) to pick your staircase. Our Spiral Staircase are super flexible and comes in almost all floor-to-floor heights.
Our spiral staircases go both ways. You can mount them both clockwise as well as anti-clockwise. Our spiral staircases are possibly the easiest to install, DIY spiral staircases in the UK. They are easy to build and only requiring the most basic of tools. Our DIY spiral staircases don't require a builder if you are following our video mounting, they can be installed by you, thus saving you money.
If you want a comfortable spiral staircase to climb, you should choose a rise height in the range of 18 - 21 cm. At a high rise you will find that the staircase is steeper to climb.
The simplest way to find the rise is like this: Floor-to-floor height divided by Numbers of treads.