Rustic Log Spiral Staircases/stairways - Priced Per Step -circular Round Stairs
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Rustic Log Spiral Staircases/stairways - Priced Per Step -circular Round Stairs:
Welcome to Country Neighbors.com
A family owned and operated company making LOG STAIRWAYS since 1996.
We specialize in our own “V”-Log Spiral (Circular) Staircase design!
Priced $500 per step - includes everything you need: spindles, handrail, a landing, top post. Note:Landing, top post & a railing for the landing are considered "same as tread" price.
An extra $15 per tread for sanding (optional).
An extra $30 per tread for finishing (optional).
An extra $30 per tread for installation and $1.50/mile one-way.
Note: we charge the same price for 54" up to 72" at no extra charge. Call for estimates under 54” and over 72" in diameter! We make smaller diameters than 54", if meeting building codes is not an issue.
Blond: Clear of natural staining.
Buckskin: Some of the cambium is left on to give a spotted tanned look.
Sap Stained: Natural staining makes amazing colors - sometimes blue, orange and red. The first photo is a sap stained spiral staircase.
Saw-Peeled: The Traditional "draw-knifed" look.
Smooth-Peeled: This method uses water at extremely high pressure to remove the bark, which reveals a naturally smooth surface. The first photo is smooth-peel.
SHIPPING & HANDLING:
We ship our spirals fully insured anywhere in the continental US for FREE! Note: We charge a handling fee of $75for a skirted pallet. If you come visit us in Michigan, we will load it for free!
WHAT WE NEED:
1. Total rise (from
2. Maximum diameter (usually finished opening minus 1 1/2 inches).
3. Clockwise or Counter Clockwise Rotation (from a top perspective).
4. A sketch showing both floors (doesn't need to be to scale) and digital photos are a must.
5. Zip-code for a shipping estimate and a time frame.
Each stairway is different, so contact us with your info for afree estimate:
Toll free 877-844-6282 ask for Patrick
Or, if you want to make a ballpark estimate for yourself, here's how:
Take total floor height (in inches) divided by 9.5 (round up to the nearest whole number) then multiply by the price per tread.
We are a family owned business makingrailing and log stairways since 1996. Visit our website for testimonials and more photos: