Winding Timber Staircase
A Winding timber staircase is similar to a staircase with a landing but instead of a landing they have two stairs that wrap around. They are an excellent space-saver and they are available in either an ‘L’ or a ‘U’ shape. While this style is clean and tidy, it is not a great option for homes with small children or elderly as the two winding stairs can trip them up. If you are unsure whether this is a good style for your application we recommend visiting our Bundaberg showroom and speaking with one of our team members – they will be able to advise you of the best style to suit your needs.
Our winding staircases are built to comply with Australian safety and design standards and they are completely customisable, from the timber selection to the style of balustrading that you select. We offer a wide range of Australian timbers to select from and we are open to sourcing specific timbers to match the rest of your house as long as they are suitable for use in staircases. If you are planning on carpeting or covering your timber staircase then we recommend using Knotty Pine as it is sturdy and affordable.
Placing Your Winding Timber Staircase Order:
All of our timber staircases are made to order and can be freighted anywhere within Australia. We flat-pack them to reduce shipping costs and we include detailed instructions for reassembly. Assembling and installing your new staircase is easy and anyone with some DIY experience will be able to do it, however we can also put you in touch with a professional builder or handyman if you’d prefer.
To place your order, you will need to provide us with detailed house plans or the following measurements:
- Height difference between the two floors
- Ceiling height
- Which way is up
- Any surrounding doors, windows and hallways
To provide a quote we will also need to know what species of timber you’d like to use as well as any additional features you require such as balustrading, slats or knobs.
Once you approve the quote we’ll get started on the build – our turn-around time is usually 2-3 weeks however any additional customisation or the use of exotic timbers may extend this timeframe slightly.