This week, alongside our sister company Wooden Windows we have sealed the deal on our expansion plans with 300 cubic meters of concrete.
The material was poured into the brand new 30,000sqft extension on Tuesday which will be used for assembly, finishing and quality control meaning there will be more room in the original building to house three new state-of-the-art CNC machines. This expansion also means several new staff members will be recruited.
Alex Hancock, director of StairBox said: “We have seen rapid growth over the past few years and we needed to meet the increase in demand, Read more about: We’ve laid down plans for expansion! »
Posted by Tina on January 26th, 2018
So you’ve just invested in a stunning new staircase, but you have vulnerable people in your house so you need to make it safe without compromising its style.
If you have small children, someone with a disability or an elderly relative living in your home, you need to make sure it’s as safe as can be. Short of installing a chairlift, what can you do?
First of all, if you’ve completely changed your staircase, you might want to ensure that the rise height and tread depth is the same as your previous one. Read more about: Combine safety and style in one staircase »
Posted by Tina on December 20th, 2017
Here at StairBox HQ, we’re still all talking about the Scottish Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the RHC Edinburgh. It was a fantastic weekend and we got to meet all of our lovely customers in Scotland.
We have a lot of customers in Edinburgh and north of there so it’s great to be able to meet them face-to-face. We were on hand to offer advice to anyone who is looking at building their own staircase. It’s great to be able to speak to anyone who is in the process of designing a staircase to give them some guidance and reassurance. Read more about: Another successful Homebuilding and Renovating Show »
Posted by Tina on November 3rd, 2017