Trademark Hemlock Post To Post
Western Hemlock is the common name given to Tsuga heterophylla, a straight grained, light reddish-brown American softwood. It is a highly workable variety which stains and finishes well. A hemlock staircase will evoke the wooded hillsides of its native western Canada, while the light and gentle colouring gives an airy feel. Hemlock handrails for stairs make you feel like you could almost be climbing to a hidden treehouse in some lost woodland.
If hemlock wood stairs capture your imagination, our expertly crafted Trademark range will make the most of the wood’s attractive qualities. Our hemlock stairs Post to Post system makes it easier than ever to get the look your after, whether you’re a tradesperson working or a refurbishment or a householder updating the look of your home. When you choose Post to Post hemlock stairs, you’re choosing a system which makes achieving your perfect staircase aesthetic easier than you ever thought possible. The instructional pages on our website will give you an insight into any and all of the tasks involved in creating the ideal staircase for your home or latest project.
The key to making your Post to Post hemlock staircase work for you lies in choosing the style which will suit your decor and then measuring the area carefully and thoroughly. Our parts consistency will enable you to calculate with confidence the amount of materials required to construct these Trademark hemlock stairs.
Richard Burbidge offer a vast range of staircase components in a variety of materials and styles. For alternatives to the hemlock Post to Post staircase, take the time to browse our products and options to the left, you’re sure to find something to capture your imagination! Alternatively, peruse our tutorials at the bottom of the page, for all we know about stairs.
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