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various balustrade styles

The balustrade is the name of the railing system that encloses one or both sides of a staircase and can continue along a landing, making it the most visible aspect of most staircases. 

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Posted in Tips & Advice By Lori Jones

Large curved oak staircase for a three storey house

A new oak staircase can be an exciting addition to your home and ensuring it is well cared for will guarantee that you can enjoy it for years to come. 

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Posted in Tips & Advice By Lori Jones

Space saver staircase with alternating treads

We all want to make the most out of the space in our home. Read on to see if your household could benefit from a compact paddle staircase.

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Posted in Tips & Advice By guest contributor Alex Illidge

Glass balustrade by Pear Stairs

If you’re planning on renovating your staircase this year, you’ll probably already be aware of the myriad options available. When it comes to building materials, have you considered using glass?

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Posted in Tips & Advice By guest contributor Alex Illidge

Curved oak staircase by Pear Stairs

The property market isn't looking great at the moment. If you're thinking of selling your home, you need to make sure buyers get a great first impression.

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Posted in Tips & Advice By Vicky Fisher

Three staircases by Pear Stairs

A home renovation can be a very exciting thing to treat yourself to in the new year, and can really help you feel as though you’re starting afresh. 

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Posted in Tips & Advice By guest contributor Alex Illidge

Glass balustrade by Pear Stairs

If your home requires a brand new staircase, it’s certainly worth considering using glass for your balustrades. This is why...

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Posted in Tips & Advice By guest contributor Alex Illidge

Remodelling your staircase

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Design drawing of new staircase

Taking the stairs for granted is something that most of us are guilty of, and often the only time that the stairs are noticed is when a problem occurs! But it shouldn’t just be when there’s an issue that you look to update your staircase. 

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Posted in Tips & Advice By Alex Illidge

Top of curved oak staircase by Pear Stairs

Fitting a new staircase is no job for an amateur, and at Pear Stairs we recommend using a professional joiner or carpenter. However, homeowners looking to source stair parts may find this brief terminology guide useful...

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Posted in Tips & Advice By Alex Illidge

Softwood stairs before and after painting

Black Friday madness has arrived, and everyone’s after a bargain – but if you shop carefully you can save money all year round by making the right choices!

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Posted in Tips & Advice By Vicky Fisher
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