Balustrade FAQ

Do you have any questions about our staircases, handrails, balustrades, or balconies? If so, look at our FAQ below or get in touch with us today for more information.

Yes, our company is based in Exeter, but we travel throughout South Devon, to areas including Plymouth, Torbay and Lyme Regis.

We offer free no-obligation quotes which will give you an estimated price of the work we will provide.

A balcony is a structure that is built off the side of a building with a platform that creates an outside space. A balustrade is a type of barrier that can be used for many purposes including balconies, staircases as well as to divide areas within public spaces.

Yes, we can create bespoke items to suit all of your design preferences. We have glass in various tints as well as frosted finishes, and we can source steel in a range of effects.

In accordance with current UK Building Regulations, balustrades should be at least 1100mm high, but only 900mm high if they are for stairs. This ensures that they are child safe.

Yes, we have installed many balustrades for commercial clients, whether they are for hotels, offices, shops or public areas.

A Juliet balcony is a balcony without a platform and a balustrade is fitted to a large window or French doors of an upper floor. It gives the appearance of a balcony, so it is a great choice for buildings with limited external space.

Yes, our staircases are constructed to British building regulations including measurements, pitch, width and headroom space.