White Primed Stair Parts are manufactured from a type of hardwood timber such as birch or poplar. Birch and poplar are an excellent, affordably priced alternative to oak. This article looks at the reasons why White Stair Parts are a popular choice in the United Kingdom and a great option in 2021.
Please note, softwood and hardwood timber refer to how the trees reproduce, not the strength of the wood. Hardwood is not necessarily harder or stronger than softwood. However, most types of hardwood are typically denser than softwood and therefore stronger and more durable.
What Is White Primed?
White Primed Stair Parts are made from either birch or poplar timber. These types of timber are knot free and pale which makes them ideal to be primed and sprayed white thereafter. You can either keep these stair parts white, or you can finish them in a colour of your choice to match your interior.
Why White Primed Stairparts?
The main benefit of White Primed is there is no need to treat and undercoat – they are white, ready for painting. They are also durable, affordable, and manufactured in various designs and styles.
How Much Do White Primed Stairparts Cost?
Our prices for White Spindles start from as little as £10. Most of the styles that we stock in pine and oak are also available in White Primed and Hemlock. Please get in touch with a member of our expert team on (01691) 671020 or by email email@example.com for prices.
Top tip: Popular in 2021, our wide range of quality 41mm White Primed Stair Spindles include Plain Square, Stop Chamfer, Twist and Fluted styles.
Supplying White Primed across a range of traditional, contemporary, and modern stair balustrade, we stock White Spindles, Newel Posts, Newel Bases, Newel Caps, Fittings and Rails. You can browse our full range of products here in our store section, and if you have any questions - please get in touch with a member of our expert team on (01691) 671020 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.