Oak Stair HDR Profile Handrails
Our Oak Handrails feature a simple yet attractive Heavy Handrail (HDR) design, not to be confused with cheaper Lower Handrail (LHR) Designs.
These Oak Handrails are manufactured using engineered solid Oak. This engineered manufacturing process gives the rail additional strength and stability over a solid one piece rail .
Our Handrails have a 41mm groove down the length so you can use our Stop Chamfered or Square 41mm Spindles or if you like you can buy our handrails and baserails and use them with other 41mm spindle designs. All Rails are supplied with a fillet strip which is used to fill the gaps between spindles which should be no more than 99mm.
We recommend that you space your spindles along the stair rails at 135mm centres, this will ensure that you are well within building regulations which state no more than 99mm between spindles.
The hand rails are fitted to the newel posts and then the spindles are cut to size to ensure a loose but snug fit.
- 1800mm x 56mm x 59mm
- 2400mm x 56mm x 59mm
- 3600mm x 56mm x 59mm
- 4200mm x 56mm x 59mm
Deliveries typically take place between the hours of 08:30am & 18:30pm Monday To Friday and will require a signature.
Due to the nature of our product which is referred to as "ugly" freight (irregular long lengths and shapes) we cannot give any timed deliveries only a delivery day. We can help you track your parcel on the given delivery day after 11am.
DO NOT BOOK ANY TRADESMEN UNTIL YOUR ORDER HAS BEEN RECEIVED AND INSPECTED
On the day of your delivery please check that
- You are Signing for the correct number of parcels
- All parcels signed for are in good condition
- You contact us on the day of delivery if there are any missing parcels
- Any damaged parcels are signed for as damaged
- All parcels signed for are addressed to you
- You open and inspect your goods on day of delivery
- You contact us within 24 hours with any issues with the products delivered
All goods signed for are received in good condition, please ensure you follow the above guidelines