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Our Showroom in Liverpool
If you would like to see our bespoke staircase or door ranges and speak to one of our trained product advisors, why not visit our new design showroom in Liverpool?
When visiting our factory showroom in Tuebrook, you will be welcomed and never rushed so that you can take your time viewing our unique displays, designed to stimulate ideas and be a source of inspiration. Our showroom displays a variety of bespoke staircases, door styles and useful innovative features, helping you identify designs with functional benefits.
We are open 7 days a week and have on site parking so you can pop in and see us anytime. Late night opening is Wednesday until 9pm.
If you prefer you can book an appointment by calling us on 0151 228 1065 or send us an email.
Need a helping hand?
Looking for extra help or inspiration? Our expert team are around to give you a hand. They can help you look through the different styles and materials or walk you through how our staircase renovations, bespoke staircase installations or door installations work, with as little disruption to you as possible. Contact us for more information.
Visit Our Showroom:
One Stop Stair Shop
1 Gardner Road
Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 5:30pm
Sunday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Late night opening every Wednesday until 9pm.
A staircase is very likely to be something that you will purchase once in a lifetime! So the images here provide a brief insight, that we have prepared, to assist you through the process of purchasing one of our amazing services! For more information, visit our showroom in Liverpool!
There is a lot of information required in order for us to supply staircases to our customers, and while they can be supplied, some general information is required for us.
Unless you have a background in construction, we suggest thinking a lot on the input provided by us. If needs be, you could also take the advice of a surveyor or architect to help you in choosing the right staircase for you.
Usually, we need to know the following when working out a price; the staircase model, the shape of the staircase, the to floor-to-floor height, the width or the diameter of the stairs, the location of any surrounding walls and of course the materials required for the treads and balustrade. If needs be, we can provide a detailed breakdown of the terms used in describing various measurements and elements of a staircase which could prove beneficial.