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Solo Ironworks
204-D North Fehr Way
Bayshore, New York, 11706

Phone: (631) 254-0082
Fax: (631) 254-0904  

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Spiral Staircases
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Driveway Gates
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Railings With Glass
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Custom Fabricated Spiral and Circular Staircases 
 
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Do you want a Spiral staircase or circular? What is the difference?

 

The difference between Spiral Staircase and a circular staircase:

A spiral stair case has all steps coming off a central pole. The handrail is only on the outside and the staircase is narrower then a circular staircase. They are more compact.

When space is an issue to get to one floor to another floor, Spiral Staircases is the best option. Ranging in many diameters, tread design, and balusters, Solo Ironworks can fit any custom Spiral into your tight space or tight budget. Spiral Staircases can be a primary or secondary stair depending on specs or code.

Solo Ironworks also manufacture Curved Staircases as well as Steel Stairwells.

 A circular staircase has an inner and an outer radius with hand rails on each side. A circular Staircase can be made wider and straighter since it does not need to conform to the pole. It takes up more space but the curve can be customized to fit the environment. Both sides of the steps are tide in structurally. Circular stairs are easier to bring furniture up and down compared to spiral stairs.

There are special things that we can do to finish off the steps such as carpeting or wood. For outdoor commercial locations we can use gratings to keep the snow from collecting on the surface.

We can create gates at the top and or bottom of the stairs. They can be spring loaded. All gates around pools must be spring loaded.  

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Watch out for Spiral Stairs Kits.

On a spiral staircase kit, the nuts and bolts could loosen up. They are not as sturdy They usually do not fit as well as a custom project. The landings could be too big or too small.  You would have to work around the spiral stairs  kit since it is not customized.

 



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Solo Iron Works - 204-D North Fehr Way                                                    (631) 254-0082 or (800) 427-SOLO
Bayshore, New York, 11706                                                                  Fax: (631) 254-0904
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Solo Irion Works is licensed and insured and does work all over Nassau and Suffolk County, Long Island New York (NY) Solo Iron works does work in Amityville, Hicksville, Bay Shore, Huntington, Huntington Station, Huntington Village, Commack, Freeport, Riverhead, Montauk, Southold, Bellport, Islip, East Islip, Plainview, Carle Place, Smithtown,  Lake Ronkonkoma, Brentwood, West Babylon, Deer Park, Oakdale, Hauppauge, Centereach, Bethpage, Old Bethpage, Syosset, Brookville, Upper Brookville, East Northport, Kings Park, Farmingdale, Saint James, Woodbury, Bethpage, Old Bethpage, Plainview, Cold Spring Harbor, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Brookhaven, East Islip, Great Neck, Glenn Cove, Farmingdale Massapequa, Dix Hills, New Hyde Park, Valley Stream, Long Beach, Lloyd Harbor, Manorville, East Hampton, the Hamptons, and Orient Point (to name a few)