What kind of details can you expect from Customised Sheet Metal?
Metal railings can be created alongside a variety of other details to create a stunning final piece.
Bannisters are the bars that go along the top of stair railings: it’s what you hold on to when you walk up the stairs. We can make metal bannisters from a variety of materials, whether you’re looking for a stylish steel bannister or a more classic looking brass one.
Balusters are otherwise known as spindles, they are the vertical individual pieces that are topped by the bannister. Spindles can be used to enhance the look of the room, can have beautiful decorative detailing and can be made from any metal from stainless steel, to copper and zinc.
A balustrade is a collective term for a row of vertical columns, with a handrail over the top of them, often used on stairs. We have been making domestic and commercial balustrades for clients for decades, and they can be made for internal or external use. Despite balustrades being old-fashioned terminology, modern balustrades made from metal can be modern and chic looking. We can make balustrades from metals including stainless steel, zinc and many other kinds. Metal balustrade panels can also be made to match, depending on the look you have planned for your project.
Handrails are versatile – they can be attached to the stairs themselves or as a floating feature attached to a wall in your venue.
A particularly popular metal for handrails is steel, which can be galvanised or brushed depending on the look you are going for. Like all our other work, they can be customised for whatever shape you want, for example as a tube or a pipe. Another popular choice for handrails is aluminium, perfect for modern settings.
An example of our work
We were approached by a client who wanted a staircase made, including stylish railings. The staircase was to be made for a modern, stylish home in Swansea in South Wales and the final piece needed to match the light, contemporary feel of the rest of the home.
Our team took the time to discuss the time with the client about materials and sizing, and also measured the space to ensure the final piece would fit perfectly. The final piece matched the brief and the client was delighted.