Spiral stair planning

Planning Assistance: Precision Pine works directly with each customer to assure the staircase ordered will suit his or her needs. We will help you with positioning your spiral, ascertaining proper floor-to-floor height, and ensuring adequate clearances.

Precision Pine offers a free design service at no obligation to the customer. With this design you will see how the spiral will be installed before you make an order!

When Precision Pine plans your spiral stair the diameter is usually based on code requirements, the space available, clearances to any nearby obstructions and anticipated amount of use. We recommend ordering as large a staircase as possible for additional comfort.

Spiral Stairs Planning and Installation Tips

What’s in the Precision Pine spiral stair kit: These kits provide everything you need for a free-standing, decorative staircase…

Styles of spiral stairs offered by Precision Pine: Spirals can be ordered in four main styles…

Spiral stair planning: Precision Pine works directly with each customer to assure the spiral staircase will meet his or her needs…

All we need to plan your spiral (Tips For Planning Spiral Stairs): When ordering a spiral stair you will need to give us an idea of your top and bottom floor plans. See how easy it is…

Building codes for spirals: All the model building codes in the United States have basically the same requirements…

Horizontal top rails for stairwells and balconies:You can specify the type of horizontal rails you want for your top landing, or anywhere else on your top floor….

Frequently Asked Questions: Questions customers often ask about spiral stairs and about doing business with Precision Pine…

180-Degree Spirals; Sometimes a 180-degree spiral can be designed to fit a rectangular stairwell. Here are some things to consider…

Custom aspects of all spiral stairs (Custom spiral stairs): All spiral stairs are designed to fit your floor height. This includes standard spiral styles and diameters as well as custom spirals. ….

Installing spiral stairs on unfinished floors, wood, tile and heated: The most important thing is to take into account finished floor thicknesses…

Installing spirals on concrete lower floors: Untreated wood should not be installed on bare concrete. Even cured and old concrete allows damaging moisture to reach the wood….

Top Landings for Spiral Staircases: Spiral stairs usually cannot be placed under a floor edge due to headroom restrictions as you pass under the edge when you go down the stair. …