At Bisca, our staircase designers approach every commission we work on with a blank sheet of paper and an open mind. They have the scope and experience to design each staircase completely unique to the client and their property. Unrestricted by material, size, style or layout – anything is possible.
“The measure of a great staircase or balustrade is one that fits its environment and completely integrates into the character of your property.”
From first contact to the final installation of your new staircase, your project team at Bisca will take complete responsibility for designing and crafting the staircase of your dreams.
Details are as important as deadlines
It’s never too early to talk to us about your staircase design. There are several parameters that cross boundaries in any project, these being predominantly materials, space, time and budget. We are fully aware of the shifting nature of a project. Walls move, thickness of cladding changes, old beams/pipes or even bats are unearthed and discovered!
We have the skills to survey your building and consider structural changes whilst also working closely with specialist third parties, such as interior designers, architects, structural engineers and contractors.
Unless you are a serial self-builder, replacing stairs is not something you want to do more than once. Getting it right first time is therefore essential. With careful planning, this process can be as simple as replacing a bathroom or kitchen – the only difference being a staircase is part of the architecture and will not be ripped out and renewed in a few years’ time.
Homeowners typically commission replacement feature staircases as part of a property restoration project. Bisca will visit your property to understand your aspirations and establish what will work in your space, before embarking on a concept design for your new staircase.
Visit our before and after gallery to see for yourself how a Bisca staircase can transform your home.
Acknowledged as staircase specialists, Bisca designs and crafts for all types of property – ranging from listed and period properties, to penthouses, four-storey townhouses and new build homes. Executed properly, your new staircase will become a memorable feature for generations to come. Visit our help and advice section to find out more…
Staircase renovation is an option you may be considering if your existing staircase is structurally sound but is looking tired or dated. This can involve replacing and redesigning specific features within your staircase including the balustrade, handrail, treads, newel posts or recladding for a new look. To get some inspiration on possible options, please visit our staircase gallery