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Oak Staircase Construction, Barrow-in-Furness

Barrow Central Joinery were commissioned to make and install a bespoke Open Riser Oak Staircase for a customer based in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. The staircase was a replacement for an existing staircase, which had to be removed. The staircase design incorporated toughened glass panels within each step to ensure light could pass through the stairs. The stairs design also included toughened glass panels on the staircase and landing, again to ensure that natural light would not be blocked.

The staircase was designed and made in our Barrow-in-Furness workshop using traditional joinery techniques by our qualified team of joiners. The staircase was then transported in sections to the customer’s property where the existing staircase was removed and the new staircase installed. Skirting boards were made good to complement the new staircase and the property was left clean and tidy with minimal disruption to the occupants.

What our Customer Said

“The job was first class by a great set of lads. The craftsmanship was outstanding, I have worked on a lot of big jobs myself and I couldn’t fault this project one bit, the service, quality and finish Barrow Central Joinery provided was excellent.”

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About Us

About Barrow Central Joinery The company was established in 2002 and has become one of the largest independent joinery companies in Barrow in Furness and the South Lakes, employing around 30 people. The company was formed by Paul Bak and Peter McDowall who were good friends long before becoming business partners and shared the same… Continue Reading