About Stairway Joinery

Founded in 1983, Stairway Joinery has over 40 years’ experience in designing, building, and installing staircases throughout Hampshire, Dorset, and Somerset. We have a dedicated team of in-house designers and joiners who are skilled in creating custom new staircases and transforming old staircases for both residential and commercial properties.

With the expertise to deliver exceptional staircases for homes and businesses, we are the chosen specialists for a huge variety of modern, traditional, and commercial properties across the South. Whether you need a new staircase for your home or commercial space, always trust Stairway Joinery to deliver.

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Your Staircase Specialists

Our experienced in-house designers and joiners will afford the highest level of attention, along with rigorous precision to create your perfect bespoke residential or commercial staircase. We strive to have your staircase designed, built, and installed in as little as 3 weeks.   

Specialists in our field, we provide an end-to-end service, covering:  

We can use a combination of hard wood, softwood, and a huge range of stair detailing materials to create staircases that embody the style and purpose of your property. To speak to a team passionate about delivering beautiful staircases, don’t hesitate to get in touch today.

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We Can Help

Whether you need a traditional, modern or practical staircase, Stairway Joinery’s end-to-end service will enable you to create the perfect stairway for your property. We have been designing and building stairways for over 40 years, making us your perfect candidate to design and build your bespoke staircase.  

Staircase Conversion

It is not always necessary to build a staircase from scratch. An often more cost-effective method of transforming your stairway is to have a staircase conversion, which involves leaving the main carcass of the staircase in place and replacing or cladding certain elements with your chosen material, rather than creating a staircase entirely from your material of choice. 

Our consultation, design, build, and installation process also applies to our staircase conversion service. To give your tired or dated staircase a new lease of life, get in touch with Stairway Joinery today.  

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News

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Elevate Your Space: Handmade Wooden Staircases for Loft Conversions

Loft conversions are a popular way for homeowners to expand their homes and create more space without moving. Bespoke homemade wooden staircases are a stylish way to elevate the space, making sure the functional element of the conversion looks stylish and blends with your existing interior design.  

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Hardwood vs Softwood: Which Is Best for Wooden Staircases?

Investing in a custom-made wooden staircase is a fantastic way to upgrade the beauty, functionality, and value of your home. It gives you the freedom to personalise every aspect, from the style of the railings to the shape of the steps themselves - even if you want to add glass or metal!

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What to Know About Installing a Statement Stairway in Your Commercial Property

First impressions matter, whether you run a retail store, restaurant, or any other commercial business. Aside from starting your business off on the right foot, a good first impression helps you stand out from your competitors and improves your reputation as a whole.

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Should You Carpet Your Stairs?

The question of whether to carpet your staircase or leave it bare has long been a topic of debate in the world of interior design. Supporters highlight the added comfort and safety that carpeting can bring, while detractors argue that carpeting takes away from the staircase's natural charm, requires extra maintenance, and wears down more quickly. So, the dilemma remains: should you go for carpets or embrace the natural look?

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