Safety & Regulations
Secure Steps. Safety and regulations for your stair balustrades.
Yes, all our balustrade kits, including internal glass and steel spindle options, are designed and tested to meet relevant safety regulations and building codes.
Do the glass balustrades meet safety standards for strength and impact resistance?
The recommended height for handrails in residential settings is typically between 900mm to 1100mm above the finished floor level, adhering to safety guidelines. You should get advice from your local building regulations to confirm the height required.
It is generally only required to adhere to the building regulations which were in place at the time when the staircase was installed. As such, when refurbishing an existing staircase, it often isn’t required to abide by the current building regulations.
Yes, our balustrade kits are suitable for both residential and commercial applications and are designed to meet the necessary safety requirements.
Our glass balustrades are designed to withstand normal use and conform to safety standards; however, avoid placing heavy objects on or leaning against them.
The steel spindle balustrades are crafted to provide secure spacing between spindles, ensuring child safety and adhering to relevant building regulations.
Regularly inspect the balustrades for any signs of wear or loose fittings. Tighten any loose screws and ensure proper maintenance to uphold their safety and stability.
Yes, all our products come with a warranty that covers manufacturing defects. We prioritise safety and customer satisfaction in all aspects of our balustrade kits.