Metal Stairs

Regular, straight steel staircases are the choice-du-jour for egress code requirements and most accessibility. Widths vary, typically not narrower than 36″ wide. Treads will range from 10-12″ deep with a 1″ overhang. See below for more information on industrial interior stairs, exterior steel stairs for apartments, and metal fire-escape stairways. Typical construction includes dual channel stairs, center mono-stringer stairs, and steel-supported floating staircases.

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Powder coating provides a lot of options for color and gloss level. Standard colors are white, black, and brown. Finishes are available in high gloss, satin, and matte. Popular premium finishes include Satin Nickel, Chrome, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, and Veined Copper. Any color available, pricing will vary.
Clear coating is a unique finish and no two projects look alike. Ask today about how you can add the raw steel design into your home or office. Painting and primer allows a more flexible time-schedule and is standard for most interiors. Galvanizing for exterior stairs gives a long-lasting, inside-out durability that lasts for years.
Anti-slip steel plate treads, low-maintenance bar-grate treads, smooth steel plate (add your own), expanded metal mesh tread (better for high heels), laser-cut metal steps, or steel tread frame for your own material. Options include concrete or tile, hardwood or composite Trex stair treads.
Metal railing can be anything from simple vertical pickets to horizontal, stainless steel cable railing. Handforged steel and prefabricated options usually add that classic wrought iron look.

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