How much does a new oak staircase cost?

How Much Does a New Oak Staircase Cost?

How much does a new oak staircase cost?

If you were wondering just how much a new oak staircase would cost, then you have come to the right place. With a background in high class stairs and joinery, William Beard Flooring are here to help you. We are oak staircase specialists who have 30 years of knowledge and experience to offer the best possible advice and service to our clients. Unless you want to change the layout of your current staircase, 99% of the time we can work with what is already there, saving you money and time. 

Costs of a New Staircase

When calculating the cost of a new oak staircase, the design and materials that you choose will be the most significant cost factors. A standard straight staircase can start from as little as £250, moving up to our luxury and bespoke designs ranging from £2000 – £4000.

Added Extras included in the Cost

To make sure you get the most out of your money, all our staircases come with a 10 year guarantee which covers the manufacture and structural integrity of the staircases and the installation of the staircase. What’s more, approximately 12 months after the floor is installed we will conduct a maintenance inspection free of charge. From here we will provide a recommended maintenance schedule for you to follow to ensure the best upkeep of your oak staircase.

We know maintenance is a scary word but you need not be frightened as under normal living conditions most residential spaces would need treatment between every 4 – 10 years and an entrance hallway or high traffic area may be more like 2 – 7 years to stay looking great.

How much does a new staircase cost

Contact Us for Staircase Costs

Staircases can be big projects, so let the industry experts, William Beard Flooring, take the hassle away! For samples and new staircase costs, or to organise a free of charge site consultation or showroom viewing, contact us on 0800 9174276. A member of our team will be more than happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

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