Case Studies - White painted staircase, white oak handrail, bottomrail & pyramid caps
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This one off staircase was supplied by us to John Knowles Plumbing & Building Limited for a new build house in Hayton near York, this staircase was mostly standard specification however the handrail, bottomrail and post caps are manufactured from white oak.
When specifying a staircase it's worth noting that using a mixture of white painted and white oak components looks really effective whiely keeping the costs down compared to a fully white oak staircase.
This particular house also had a gallery landing area which we supplied 200mm wide, 10mm toughened glass panels for along with pre grooved handrail and bottomrail suitable to take the glass and infill to suit.
It's also noting that on this staircase, tread one and riser one are finished in white oak, it's normal to have a feature tread(s) in white oak as this adds a feature to the staircase without major cost implications.
Photos supplied to us by John Knowles Ltd, who's website can be found here; http://www.knowlesplumbingyork.com/plumbing/