Existing handrail repairs.

Our professional restoration services for timber handrails and staircases are designed to bring back the beauty and charm of your staircase. Whether your handrails and staircases have been damaged by wear and tear, or simply need a refresh, our team of experts can help rejuvenate them.

We begin the restoration process by carefully assessing the condition of the parts, to determine the best course of action. This may involve repairing any damaged sections or replacing damaged sections with new parts made from matching wood.

Loose joints and spindles can be tightened helping restore the strength to loose or wobbly handrails.

With attention to detail and a commitment to quality workmanship, we strive to deliver stunning results that exceed your expectations. Whether you have a modern staircase in need of a facelift or a historic handrail that requires delicate repair work, we have the skills and expertise to tackle projects of all sizes and complexities.

Trust us to restore your timber handrails and staircases with precision and care, ensuring they look beautiful for years to come. Contact us today to learn more about our professional restoration services and schedule a consultation for your project.

A new turn fitted between the two straight sections of handrail.
The handrail cut off at landing, will need replacing.
A complete flight of handrail that needed replacing.
Handrail cut out during a refurb, new sections need putting back in.
Handrail removed and requires refitting.
A new under ramp cut into an existing opening cap.
Joints in handrail opening up, need cleaning and reglueing.
Handrail in need of refresh and revive.
Balusters removed during renovation, need reinstating and the handrail put back on.
A few loose spindle just needed pinning back in.
Handrail with the landing removed, requiring new parts.

Checking for missing screws in a core rail.
Repairing the fixings between a baluster and the core rail.
Adding a new handrail tie to help strengthen the handrail.
Checking some spindles to see if they need tightening.
A piece of handrail removed to cleaned and to remake the joint.
the nosings fitted back on after tightening loose spindles.
New screws fitted to tighten the balusters up.
A joints stripped apart to clean and re glue.
The bolt being exposed to tighten a joint.
A loose joint requiring cleaning, tightening and re glueing.;
Split handrail and loose joint, that someone has poorly repaired. the plate on the underside is not required.
Dressing in a joint on a replaced section of handrail.
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