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When it comes to attic conversion stairs, there are two basic ways to go - you can choose a loft ladder, or full-on loft stairs. If you only wish to convert your loft into a storage space that you won’t be inhabiting, you might be better off with a loft ladder. But if you’re making the best use of your loft and converting it into a usable room, then your best choice is a set of loft stairs. At Sunlux you’ll find a robust selection of loft stairs, including pull-down and folding variants, to suit your individual needs.

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Check out our range of staircases

Sunlux offers a great selection of various accessories that can make your loft a better place for you to spend your time in, and that involves a fantastic selection of loft stairs to fit your home perfectly. We can provide you with one of the largest, most substantial selections of attic staircases in the UK, with products manufactured by some of the most experienced companies in the field.

Our selection consists of:

  • folding loft stairs,
  • pull-down attic stairs,
  • wooden staircases,
  • metal staircases,
  • and many more.

In order to accommodate as large a range of needs and taste as possible, we aim to make our selection of loft stairs robust and customisable, so that you can get exactly what you’re looking for. Our staircases vary in steepness, width, and various other parameters, to make the best use of the space you have available, no matter how large or small it is. A lot of them come with handrails for extra security, so that you can get additional stability when climbing or descending your staircase. Choose the style that best suits your interior - we make sure that our offer stays fresh and varied so that you can enjoy one of the best selections on the market.

Enjoy top-quality staircases

We treat the quality of our products very seriously, so we only work with the best, most experienced loft staircase manufacturers on the market. Each of them has years worth of projects behind them, so that you can be sure your staircase is crafted with care and attention to detail that will allow it to last you for a long time to come.

When deciding between metal and wooden staircases, there are a number of factors to consider. Of course, neither of the options is inherently superior to the other, but depending on what your individual needs are, you should consider the following before deciding on a wooden or metal staircase.

  • metal staircases are mostly made of aluminium, which means they’re lighter than the wooden variant, and thus easier to move around - this is particularly important for pull-down loft stairs,
  • wooden staircases are far less noisy than their metal counterparts,
  • metal staircases have a more modern/industrial look to them, while wooden staircases will blend in better with a more traditional/rustic decor, so take that into consideration if you want the optimal looks for your home.

Wooden Staircases

A loft ladder is just one way of accessing your loft, but if your loft has been converted into an inhabitable room, going for a staircase is a much better option. Sunlux’s space saver staircases are a fantastic options if you want to have easy access to your loft while still maintaining a lot of free space. Take a look at our elegant wooden staircases with sturdy, reliable handrails. These retractable loft stairs are the perfect solution for any loft, and with the selection we have on offer, you can easily choose the option that best suits your home’s individual decor.

Still have more questions?

If you’re still having doubts about our staircases, feel free to click on the individual products to learn more. Contact us! We are available via email and telephone - our friendly operators will happily answer all of your questions, so don’t hesitate to call or email us.

Frequently Asked Questions about Staircases

What types of staircases are available?

There are various types of staircases available including straight, spiral, space-saving staircases, and scissor stairs, each suitable for different space and design requirements.

How do I choose the right staircase for my home?

Consider the space available, the style of your home, and your functional needs. Straight staircases are good for traditional layouts, while spiral or space-saving designs work well in smaller spaces.

What materials are used in staircases?

Staircases can be constructed from wood, metal, glass, or a combination of these materials. The choice depends on your aesthetic preference and budget.

Can staircases be custom-made?

Yes, some suppliers offer custom staircase solutions that can be tailored to fit specific dimensions and design preferences.

What should I consider when measuring for a staircase?

Important measurements include the floor-to-floor height, the total available length and width for the staircase, and the headroom above the stairs.

How much do staircases typically cost?

The cost varies widely based on materials, design complexity, and whether the staircase is standard or custom-made. Basic models might start from a few hundred pounds, with prices increasing for custom designs and premium materials.

Are there building regulations for staircases?

Yes, staircases must comply with local building regulations, which cover aspects like minimum width, maximum rise, tread depth, and headroom to ensure safety.

How long does it take to install a staircase?

Installation time can vary from a day for simple designs to several days for complex or custom staircases. This does not include manufacturing time if the staircase is made to order.

How do I maintain my staircase?

Maintenance depends on the material. Wood may require periodic varnishing, while metal might need painting or rust treatment. Regularly check for any loose fittings or wear.

What safety features should I consider for staircases?

Consider adding handrails, non-slip treads, and adequate lighting. For homes with children or elderly residents, avoid open risers and ensure the staircase is structurally sound.