1. Softwood Quarter Landing Stairs
This softwood quarter-landing staircase has a stop-chamfered newel and Georgian-style spindles.
Our customer Stuart said: "Stairs are always to an excellent finish - it saves me a lot of time."
Purchase price - Unprimed, £380 plus vat; primed, £425 plus vat.
2. Louth Curved Staircase
This American white oak, curved staircase is designed to be the centrepiece of a beautiful home. With a cut-string manufacture and stop-chamfered balustrade, these stairs are a mix of traditional and modern, giving this home a striking focal point to the entrance area.
Our customer Ian said: "We are delighted with the staircase now it has been installed. We have received many complimentary remarks from our friends. All the staff at Pear Stairs have been great to work with, from the initial design stage through to the installation, demonstrating a total commitment to customer care, making the entire process a pleasure. The workmanship of the finished product is of an extremely high standard, we would not hesitate in recommending them to others. Our thanks to them all!"
Purchase price - £12,000 plus vat and £1,500 plus vat for curved balcony.
3. Grand Oak Staircase
This beautiful European oak, half-landing staircase has been customised by our client. We have manufactured 150mm square newels and 70mm turned spindles with a large section handrail. The newels have been finished with an artichoke-style cap.
Our customer Ian said: "Pear Stairs dealt with this project like the many other projects we have completed with them: friendly, professionally and efficiently, with no fuss and an excellent staircase delivered on time."
Purchase price - main stairs £12,800 plus vat; basement to hall stairs £2,300 plus vat. Prices do not include oak panelling shown.
4. The Station View Metal Staircase
This staircase consists of a powder-coated, mild steel spine with oak treads and 13.5mm toughened and laminated glass fixed using stainless steel discs. The handrails are also in oak.
Our customer Dean said: "Wow! I am so pleased. All my friends love the staircase."
Purchase price - £9,000 plus vat.
5. Walnut Glass Staircase
This beautiful staircase has been manufactured in American black walnut. The client opted for a glass balustrade. The large, square bottom step is again bespoke to the client as opposed to the more conventional curved bullnose step. The string lighting has been installed by the client.
Our customer said: "A superb result, an exceptional staircase."
Purchase price - £3,695 (excluding glass) plus vat. Glass panels would be £600 per panel (approx.) plus vat.
6. Chapel Hemlock Staircase
This beautiful hemlock closed staircase was chosen for use in a converted chapel.
The centre carpet that runs down the staircase is made even more attractive by the brass stair rods (these can be purchased in the online shop).
Turned newels and spindles have ensured that the client has kept the image of the original building.
Purchase price - £2,000 plus vat.
7. Seabank Glass Staircase
This spectacular open tread, winder staircase incorporates 42mm treads with glass open risers which combine with the glass balustrade to give a light and contemporary feel to the structure.
Our customer said: "We have used, and will continue to use, Pear Stairs for many years. We are particularly pleased with this flight, which has surpassed all expectations."
Purchase price - £4,400 plus vat.
8. The Walker Sheppard Oak Staircase
This is a beautifully constructed cut-string and bracketed staircase in American white oak. We had to use angled strings to fit into the client's pre-built walls. The turned newels are complemented by the 41mm georgian spindles. The staircase was in a show home and the carpet has probably been removed by the eventual house owner to show the full splendor of the wood.
Our customer Jason said: "Pear Stairs are great."
Purchase price - £4,660 plus vat (including gallery).
9. Matlock American White Oak Staircase
This American white oak, straight staircase is enhanced by the inclusion of a double D-end first step and a single D-end second step.
The use of a volute (a spiral on the end of the handrail) to hold the nest of Georgian spindles at the bottom adds to its grandeur.
Purchase price - £3,500 plus vat.
10. Baptist Chapel White Oak Staircase
This is a single winder staircase in American white oak, complete with Provincial newel posts and spindles.
Our customer Ken said: "My joiner was very impressed with the ease and simplicity of the installation and I had no hesitation in ordering another set of oak Pear Stairs, much cheaper than locally supplied stairs."
Purchase price - £4,200 plus vat.
Uckfield East Sussex
11. Kentish American White Oak Staircase
This very impressive cut string American white oak staircase enhances the modern style of the property. Using the 120mm range for stop-ovolo newel posts, mushroom caps and handrail and base rail, and incorporating 41mm stop-ovolo spindles from our Standard Range, has given a solid appearance, while maintaining the pure elegance of the design.
Our customer Dean said: "I would just like to say how satisfied I am with the service given to my company by Pear Stairs. The quotes are turned around fast, the designs are easy to understand and the delivery time is better than I've had from other stair manufacturers. My carpenters on site say they go together easily and are machined to a very high standard."
Purchase price - £4,800 plus vat.
Tunbridge Wells Kent
12. Oak Staircase - Little Ness
This beautiful cut-string and bracketed winder staircase in American white oak is a prime example of the quality Pear Stairs has to offer as the leader in staircase manufacturing.
Turned newels and Georgian spindles with a light stain enhance this elegant fixture.
Purchase price - £5,000 plus vat.
Little Ness Shropshire
13. Berriew Single Winder Oak Staircase
This is a single-winder staircase in American white oak comlplete with balcony. It features a single D-end bottom step, stop-chamfered newel posts and spindles, and pyramid newel caps.
Purchase price - £2,450 plus vat.
14. Open Tread Winder Oak Staircase
This beautiful open tread winder staircase in oak has turned newels and spindles complete with ball caps.
The treads are made to a thickness of 32mm and were routed out to allow the carpet pieces to be inlaid separately on each tread.
The double D-end first step and double bull-nose second step add to the look of this impressive product.
Purchase price - £4,400 plus vat.
15. Ford - Double Winder Idigbo Staircase
This double winder staircase is made entirelty of idigbo, a yellow-brown coloured hardwood from West Africa. The bottom step is a double-sided bull-nose. Spindles and newel posts are stop-chamfered and the newel caps are of the pyramid style.
Our customer Sean said: "Pear Stairs are a brilliant company to deal with. They are always very professional. If I had any queries or problems they always had the time to sort them out efficiently and quickly. I would recommend you to anyone. The staircase was delivered very quickly and was very simple to fit. The staircase is a highlight of the house and I'm very pleased with it. I won't deal with anyone else."
Purchase price - £2,200 plus vat.
16. Ash Staircase - Newtown
This open-tread ash staircase was designed to give the client more space in his living room. The open tread arrangement also gives more light into the room.
Purchase price - £2,400 plus vat.
17. Berriew Provincial Softwood Staircase
This softwood staircase comprises Provincial spindles and newels with square acorn caps and softwood strings and brackets.
Our customer said: "Very pleased with the service. Always very polite. Also very pleased with the staircase."
Purchase price - £1,725 plus vat.
18. Oak Staircase with Quarter Landings
These two quarter-landing staircases were designed to sit on top of one another. The centre newel runs from the ground floor up through to the second floor. The newels and spindles are stop-chamfered.
Purchase price - Ground floor to first floor staircase £3,800 plus vat; first floor to second floor staircase £3,600 plus vat.
Bishop Aukland Durham
19. Winding Oak Staircase - The Hope
This cut-string winder staircase in American white oak shows the equally beautiful effect one can acheive without the decorative brackets normally seen on a cut string.
The client decided on 55mm stop-chamfered spindles and 150mm newel posts.
Purchase price - £7,000 plus vat.
20. Forden Double Winder Pine Staircase
This double winder staircase has pine stop-chamfered spindles with oak stop-chamfered newels, completed with oak pyramid caps. The treads and risers are pine.
Our customer Dave said: "I can't praise Pear Stairs enough. Their staff are very friendly and helpful and their knowledge of stairs is second to none. I have no hesitation in recommending Pear Stairs - you won't be disappointed."
Purchase price - £2,900 plus vat.