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Everything You Need To Know About Your Staircase Installations In Cape Town

There are many reasons you would consider installing a steel staircase on a building. One of them is to increase the efficiency with which space is being used. In this case, you will have to install the durable spiral steel staircase.

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If you need one of these, you will have to talk to the best steel staircase installers in Cape Town. They have a workforce that is skilled enough in fabrication to give you exactly what you are looking for.

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Steel staircase construction involves metal cutting and moulding. Once you have the metal in the right shapes and sizes, you can use it to make the staircase. As part of the steel staircase installation service, welding will have to be included.

That’s unless you are considering constructing a wooden staircase. The metal should be cut to the right size, shape, and gauge. The stair installation companies would then have to attach the stairs, staircase railings, and platform.

Why You Should Ask Us to Work For You

While there are many staircase contractors in Cape Town, not all of them will give you the best services. You should talk to us if you require staircase design, manufacture, and installation. As a contractor who cares, we guide you through the design process, from the time you conceive the idea to the finished product.

From us, you will get a variety of staircases, ranging from modern designs to tailor-made products. Of these, you will find both steel staircases and wooden staircases. But concrete and glass stairs may also be considered where needed. While we have free-standing stairs, you may also opt for curved stairs.

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The main reason you should work with us and not any other stairs installers in Cape Town is that we do extensive research to ensure you get the best products. Our staircases are not just conceived for utility purposes, they are artistic and charming too.

What We Do For You

When we come to the ground, we ensure we go through the smallest of details, especially in measurement. If the staircase is to be installed on a wall, ensure it is properly finished. Otherwise, you will get the wrong measurements.

Our staircase installation service precisely considers the rise and run measurements. That’s to ensure that once the staircase is installed, it will perfectly hold into place.

Once the measuring process is over, we will make the necessary drawings. The measurements gotten from the field will then be compared with the original blueprints of the building. Any variables between the measurements will be taken into account.

This could be done with the use of computer-aided design (CAD) programs. What goes into the design process will be a part of the new staircase installation cost.

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You don’t have to worry about buying any of the tools required to install a staircase. We will bring with us silver led layout pencils, measuring tape, straight edge, small and large bevel square, combination square, alignment bar, and framing square.

For the stairs, we will provide all the support elements including the back wall channels, carrier bars, clip angles, as well as the stringer and structure that supports it. You can then leave the rest of the work to us.

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Also servicing these smaller areas in Cape Town: Bellville, Bothasig, Brooklyn, Monte Vista, Panorama, Parow, Richwood, Thornton, Welgemoed. Fairdale, Brackenfell, Bergvliet, Constantia, Bishopscourt, Durbanville, Kraaifontein, Kuils River, Blue Downs, Belhar, Delft and Protea Hoogte. Rondebosch, Burgundy Estate, Edgemead, Elsie's River, Facreton, Goodwood, Kensington, Maitland, Claremont, Plumstead, Ottery, Pinelands, Wynberg, Newlands, Table View & Sea Point
CPT Builders, 8 The Oval Pinelands Cape Town 7405, 021 012 5370
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