Points to consider
Curved staircase price ranges
The requirements involved in the bespoke design, manufacture and installation of curved stairs is likely to mean increased build time and cost, when compared to spiral staircases. You can find example price ranges for different curved staircase projects by downloading our residential price guide.
We offer a tailored in house service from design to installation. We can arrange for a member of our team to undertake a site survey, are happy to discuss staircase design ideas and options and can create renders of staircase designs so you can see what the stair will look like in situ. We also offer free samples of materials and finishes.
All our staircases are made to measure in order to meet our client’s specific requirements. This means that we can work to any specification as long as what we make meets regulations.
Building regulations for curved staircases
Helical or curved staircases fall under BS 5395 Part II so if you are considering this style of stair for your building project this is the standard that we will comply with. You can find out more about these regulations on our technical information page.
We have also written a blog on Regulations for Residential staircases that might be of interest.
Curved staircase design options.
Curved stairs can vary in style. They can be oval or elliptical in shape or made in a spine beam format with the treads fixed to a long central beam running underneath the stair treads. Concrete curved staircases can be poured on site or made from pre-cast concrete treads created in the factory.
Most of our curved staircases are custom built in steel but there are a wide range of materials available to suit any interior design. We have used materials like corten, concrete, timber and stone in past projects.
Though we have created helical stairs for outdoor use they are most popular as a centrepiece inside the home. We often make them for high end residential developments and luxury homes.