this is how simple the fitting process is:
Cut and remove existing spindles and (if being replaced) baserail and handrails.
Cut new baserails (if being replaced) and place them in position.
Drill pilot holes in the baserail and then fix bottom clamps with the screws supplied. The positions of the clamps for each section are clearly shown on the production sheets which are provided with your delivery.
Hold handrail brakets in the correct position and mark the screw holes with a pencil, then drill pilot holes. The handrail bracket heights are clearly shown on the production sheets which are provided with your delivery.
Fix the handrail brackets to the ends of the handrail and by tightening the grub screw and fix the handrails to the newel posts using the screws provided.
Starting at the bottom of the stairs and working your way up, place the bespoke glass panels into position (using the spacer block provided to set the correct gap either side of the glass) in the clamps and tighten the clamps with an 8mm Allen Key.
You can see the full StairFurb fitting guides above or view the short video tutorial which will make it clear how to simply fit your new glass stair products.
Our products are all designed to be DIY installed, hence StairFurb does not offer an internal fitting service. If you are not able or confident to fit the components yourself then you can always use one of the many online tradesman searching websites (such as trustatrader.com or mybuilder.com) to find a handyman or carpenter to fit the system for you. If you struggle to find a fitter, you may want to try contacting M.G Stair Fitting on email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can upload some photos of your existing setup and submit them with your information using the form below. These will be forwarded directly to M.G Stair Fitting. While we can’t be liable for work conducted by any fitter, Matt and his team are very familiar with StairFurb products, cover much of the country, and have successfully installed many of our systems in the past