A Timber To Suit Any Staircase
Please find below a sample of our timber options. Our complete range of staircase components and handrails are all available in the following timbers.
Pine is the least expensive timber in the range. Pine is often used when painting your staircase. Pine staircase components will have knots, which will need to be treated before you begin painting.
We describe Hemlock as, basically, pine without the knots. A little stronger than Pine, Hemlock is a creamy grey coloured timber which is ideal for painting, varnishing or polishing.
Mahogany (Sapele) is a very strong and durable Hardwood, red/brown in colour, Mahogany (Sapele) is often used when a darker finish is required. Being very close grained, it is easy to obtain a very smooth finish when using Mahogany (Sapele).
Ash is also very strong and durable timber. Ash is often used when a lighter finish is required. Ash is very light and has a very pronounced grain throughout. Ash is often seen as a slightly cheaper substitute to oak and often used in bars and restaurants.