New Zealand regulations require all staircases to have a handrail on at least one side. Handrails are attached to the wall and in some cases attached to or form part of the balustrade.
Steel andtimber are the most common materials used for handrails and they are available in a variety of different profiles.
Choose a handrail to match the style of your staircase and home.
Please note: We only supply and install handrails for projects where we also supply and install the stairs.
Here are some common profiles used for timber handrails.
Timber handrails can be oiled or stained to match your stairs or treads.
These are some common profilessteelhandrails can be made in.
Steel handrails can be powder coated or painted to match your stair stringers or window joinery.
Our showroom features various styles of staircases - from conventional stairs to floating staircases, we have a wide selection of designs for you to choose from