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Case Studies - Narrow six kite winder staircase, exposed back construction.

REF: 32381-pjm-joinery

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Square posts, chamfered spindles and elements handrail gives this exposed back staircase a classic clean look.

Although quite a narrow staircase at 673mm on flights one and three, this staircase meets building regulations by having the winder treads 4 and 9 out the posts to create more space around the winder boxes.

Each flight doesn’t need to be the same width on a domestic staircase and as such, it’s possible to have flight 2 narrower than flights 1 and 3 which helped with the design requirements of this staircase.

It features exposed back construction, where the risers can be seen from the underside without the need for glue blocks and wedges, the underside thus doesn’t need to be under drawn.

The top post is also unusual in that it’s a 90x135mm post, this is so that there’s no need to use a mitre to return the balustrade to the wall.


  • Strings - White Oak (220x38mm)
  • Treads - White Oak (22mm)
  • Risers - White Oak (18mm)
  • Posts - White Oak, Square (90x90mm)
  • Post Tops - White Oak, Flat Caps
  • Spindles - White Oak, Stop Chamfered (41x41mm)
  • Handrail - White Oak, Elements Profile (65x55mm) 
  • Bottomrail - White Oak, Trademark Profile (63x28mm)



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Customer Feedback

The stair worked out great, that's my second or third stair purchase for you guys and it seems to be a lot less hassle than getting it made by the local joinery contractors. - PJM Joinery & Building

REF: 32381-pjm-joinery

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  • Open riser construction; this is where the risers are left open with either a timber strip or metal bar built in to comply to regulations.
  • Cut string construction; where the sides of the strings are cut away so the treads can be seen, this can either be done in a modern or traditional way.


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