Seeking to add significant value to your property Or an architect with discerning clients? The finished effect of a cast aluminium spiral staircase from British Spirals & Castings is that of a piece of quality furniture, highly functional, yet quite beautiful to behold.
Available in 13 different diameters from 970mm to 2250mm, these cast staircases are ideal for main stairs, loft conversions, changes in floor levels and access to balconies or verandas. As well as domestic residences they are also used in shops, office and cafes both as practical staircases and visual statements. The aluminium castings are one-third…
Sleek Scandinavian spiral staircases by British Spirals & Castings provide many options for expressing your individuality. Despite being traditionally Nordic in style, all these staircases are manufactured here in Britain.
Of contemporary design, it is exceptionally versatile and available in any diameter to suit your available dimensions, making it the perfect choice for wherever space is limited.
The wooden stair treads can be finest birch-faced timber or any solid timber, supplied ready sanded for the finishing touches to be applied.
Our stunning range of Grade A solid timber spiral stairs are hand-built by our talented and skilled team of cabinet makers in the British Spirals & Castings workshops here in the UK. We work to tailor each piece, creating a stunning wooden spiral staircase individual to you.
Solid timber spiral staircases will add elegance to any room. A vast range of best quality timbers are available, from traditional blondes such as Oak and Ash to darker woods like Sapele, Cherry and Walnut. There is something for everyone, so you can be sure that your new staircase is built to suit your every taste and requirement.
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