Smoked Glass Balustrades
A smoked glass balustrade installed with oak handrail to create space and light in this traditional property in Wirral.
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Couldn’t have chosen better. A professional friendly company to deal with. No pressure, Steve came and gave me a quote and left it with me. I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted, but Steve was very patient and guided me through different options. Sue was fantastic, nothing was too much trouble and always got back to me with my endless queries. As for the staircase, the guys arrived promptly every day, did all the cutting outside, polite and friendly and kept me up to date with their work plan. Has transformed my hall with a lovely finish, they knew what they were doing, and just got on with it. I went for a brown smoked glass staircase with light oak and I am so delighted. Would highly recommend and a really friendly family business and couldn’t be beaten on price, as I did get a couple of quotes. Thanks to you all.
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 in working with glass balustrade on the Wirral for your staircases.
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.