Creating a bespoke spiral staircase
At Glass & Stainless, we have years of experience designing, supplying and installing bespoke spiral staircases and our team is on hand to help you to create the perfect spiral staircase for your environment, space and budget. Whether you need us to help you from the get go, or you would just like us to install your dream staircase, our team is happy to support you when and where you need us. If you would like full assistance with your bespoke spiral staircase, our end to end service includes surveying, 3D designs, technical drawings, and installation.
Commercial and residential spiral staircases
Our bespoke spiral staircases are great for both internal and external settings and can be made from a variety of different materials such as metal, wood, or glass. As one of our most versatile staircases, we can fully customise a spiral staircase to suit your specific requirements. Each staircase we make is 100% unique, and made precisely for the height, diameter and rotation required for your setting. You are able to personalise the treads, balustrade type, handrail and the finish to create your ideal staircase.Our spiral staircases can be created for both internal and external settings and are suitable for domestic and commercial applications.
What are the benefits of a spiral staircase?
Spiral staircases are a classic feature and can add sophistication to your home. Not only do they look great but they are also great space savers. Spiral staircases also allow you to have more freedom with customisation.
Will a spiral staircase fit in my property?
Spiral staircases have a small footprint thanks to the spiral design itself. Because it builds on top of itself, your steps won’t extend out past the width, or diameter, of your staircase, therefore they make great space savers should you want to maximise on the room available to you.
Do I need building regulations for a spiral staircase?
All spiral staircases should comply with Park K of the building regulations. The guidelines state that occupants or visitors of a house are protected against falling, collision or impact. For this reason British Standards Document BS 5395 Part II comes into effect and states there must be no gaps greater than 99mm anywhere on the spiral staircase.