Stair Rods on Sale

Stair rods

    Christmas sale! All rod sets below reduced from £15.20 to just £8.60

                                            Real Brass

Real brass. 7.5m x either 65cm or 75cm rod. complete set Included Finials brackets & screws

Real brass. 7.5m x either 65cm or 75cm rod. Complete set .Inc. Finials brackets & screws

                                            Click to buy real brass rods now

                                             Real Steel

brushed steel stair rods

Real Steel. 7.5m x either 65cm or 75cm rod. Complete set . Inc. Finials brackets & screws

Click to buy real steel rods now

                                            Gun metal

brass stair rods

Gun metal. 7.5m x either 65cm or 75cm rod. Complete set .Inc. Finials brackets & screws

                                                    Click to buy Gun metal  

                                         Black on brass

black stair rods

Real brass black. 7.5m x either 65cm or 75cm rod. Complete set .Inc. Finials brackets & screws

Click here to buy black on brass rods now

General Technical data

Includes finials and screws
Strong tubular construction 1/2 inch diameter for extra strength
Two starting lengths , either 65cm or 75cm
Strong manufacturing Gauge 0.5 mm
Easy, because made to fit our standard stair runners without adjustment
Fully adjustable so can fit any runner

How to measure

We recommend that your stair rods are 10cm longer than your stair runner width . So if you have bought a 55cm stair runner you need a 65cm stair rod. If you have bought a 65cm runner, then you need the 75cm rods. If in doubt just email us.

Frequently asked questions

If I choose stair rods do I also need gripper rods?

Most people fitting stair rods fit their runner with a staple gun so would not need gripper rods also. If you wish you can also fit with gripper rods but you need to allow a little more space for the incoming rod. 

Why are real Brass or steel better?

Because they cant chip, rust or scratch. They maintain their beauty so a good long term investment

What is better about your half inch diameter?

The wider diameter will be stronger and less likely to bend under pressure. cheaper 3/8 inch are too easy to distort while fitting

Is it better to have a tubular or solid rod?

There is no significant advantage to having a solid rod. The important thing is it is real brass or steel. Tubular rods have the advantage of being adjustable for future projects . We view solid rods as a waste of world resources

Supposing your minimum size wont fit the width of my stairs?

Don’t worry, you can always adjust the size down. If you need advise we are always delighted to help.

What If I need a longer rod

No problem, we can make up as special size for you. Just start a conversation by emailing wholesalestairrunners@gmail.com

 

For any further technical queries or questions, get free email advice from Julian
wholesalestairrunners@gmail.com