Staircase Ideas and Details
If you order your new staircase with continuous handrail you have the option of have it pre-cut and jointed at the point of manufacture, whatever sort of handrail and newel posts you plan having on your staircase it is more benificial for you to have the items pre-fitted at the time of manufacture.
This shows a opening Cap detail where the handrail starts and a Goose Neck detail at the top of the run.
This staircase has a Bullnose entry step and the Spindles are Imperial 41mm spindles
When Newel posts and handrails are fitted to the staircase at the point of manufacture the quality is far superior than what can be fitted on site and the saving in the installation time is days not hours.
Here is a Cut String Staircase in Engineered Pine with a Hardwood Countinuous handrail.
Curtail Entry Step with a volute handrail.
Side view showing the "Goose Neck" handrail detail required with continuous handrails when you have a turn in the staircase.
Here is a T-Shaped staircase, This one is manufactured with Parana Pine Strings (Closed Strings) and the Handrails, Newel Posts and Spindles are Hemlock.
Provincial Spindles - Opening cap details to the handrail up to a goose neck going into a newel post rather than over the newel post, this was required due to the staircase only having one step each way after the landing where the staircase "T's" to the left and the Right. Double Curtail Entry Step.
Double sided curtail entry step
Wooden Staircases manufactured by Stairplan