Who lives here?

Mrs Clark, lives at home with her cat…

Staircase style:

This staircase pushed all of the design engineering boundaries at Jarrods and was a step forward
in what we believed was possible. The staircase is a cantilevered structure that’s secured to a wall
that isn’t structural. We have defied Gravity by installing a staircase that utilises a structural system
that means the wall doesn’t have to be load bearing. The staircase is moulded into the corner of
the hallway and is discreet yet a feature of it own right.

Material:

The treads are oak which have been French polished in a chosen shade of grey and the protected
with a layer of anti slip grip for safety and preservation. The Glass is structural too and holds the
structure together each bolt and hole is in the exact correct position to perfectly place each tread
and to hold the glass in place soundly. The entire structure is so simple yet is engineering brilliance
at its best. The most simple staircases are the hardest to get right.

What you imagined?

This staircase pushed all of the design engineering boundaries at Jarrods and was a step forward
in what we believed was possible. The staircase is a cantilevered structure that is secured to a wall
that isn’t structural. We have defied Gravity by installing a staircase that utilises a structural system
that means the wall doesn’t have to be load bearing. The staircase is moulded into the corner of
the hallway and is discreet yet a feature of it own right.

The little things:

It was difficult to get the glass exactly right but Jarrods nurtured the project to ensure on completion
it was pin point accurate and exactly as we had hoped.

Why Jarrods?

Jarrods took the challenge in their stride and even though it was challenge they rose to the
occasion and gave us what we wanted and it suits our style to the T.

Thank you!

A huge thank you to Ms Jones who allowed us to photograph her new Jarrods staircase and answer our questions. To see more Customer stories, click here.

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