Tall Cedar Wood Deck and Spiral Stair
Project ID: #1004
Convenient access from second floor sun-room to barbecue below, a wrought iron spiral staircase with matching cedar wood treads is a secure and beautiful addition to this home.
- Fully welded wrought iron spiral staircase
- Convenient access between patio and deck
- Compact 66″ diameter footprint
- Standard, rectangular landing
- Righthand up orientation
- Durable cedar wood treads
- Replaceable wood treads in case of damage
- Metal railing with vertical pickets welded to steps
- Molded cover bar handrail
- Satin black powder coating and zinc powder primer
- Cedar wood deck and sunroom with metal picket railing
An iron spiral stair shipped from Great Lakes Metal Fabrication can be customized in several ways. Tread materials, risers, lights, and coating are just the start. Additionally, gates can meet code requirements in the case of pool enclosures, or just add a level of security at the top of the steps.
Circular stairs are valued for their compact footprint. Typical sizing starts from 60″ diameter minimum for code, up to 84″ diameter or bigger. The height and diameter of the spiral are key factors determined by preference and space constraints. Further, a custom landing may help the stairway end in the right location. Standard landings are a basic rectangle with either a straight walk-off or side turn.
In addition, welded steel or aluminum spiral stairs add an increased level of security and stability. Instead of a kit, whose parts are designed to be ultra-light for shipping and whose bolts can loosen over time, Great Lakes spiral stairs are designed with strong parts to limit flexing.
Finally, customer often purchase LED tread lighting for visibility and added confidence. Illumination for almost any set of steps tangibly enhances the user experience and increase safety. That’s why some municipalities require illuminated stair treads, and we are one of the few in the USA who provide long-lasting and low-profile LED lighting for spiral stairs.