Stair Base Rails
Please note, we only list Pine and Oak currently on our website. Please contact us direct regarding Hemlock, White Primed, Ash and Sapele stair parts.
Base Rails are fitted onto the top of the staircase string and directly to the landing floor by screwing through the rail. Always drill pilot holes to stop any splitting and counter sink the screw head into the timber. Spindles and fillet strip will cover any fixings to the string or landing floor.
All Base Rails are supplied with spindle spacer/ fillet strip which is cut to size during installation and glued and pinned into the base rail using a suitable wood adhesive and panel pins. Panel Pins should be counter sunk and filled with a suitable wood filler to match the timber.
Compatible with all our ranges of 41mm Timber Stair Parts.
Stair Case Building Regulations
IMPORTANT - Spindles should not be spaced more than 99mm apart to meet current building regulations
Current building Regulations state that a sphere of 100mm in diameter should not be allowed to pass between two spindles
Handrail height needs to be a minimum of 900mm. Measure from the floor to the top of the handrail on the landing area and measure from the front of a tread to the top of the handrail on the stairs.
IMPORTANT - Spindles should be spaced no greater than 99mm apart to meet current building regulations.
You can download the Cheshire Mouldings Benchmark Fitting Instructions manual from here
Stair Base Rail Dimensions
Base Rails measure the following:
- 30mm (high)
- 61mm (wide)
- We only list Pine and Oak currently on our website. Please contact us direct regarding Hemlock, White Primed, Ash and Sapele stair parts.
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