A balustrade is a protective feature used to stop people or objects from falling: it is a good idea to use a balustrade on all staircases, mezzanines and areas where there is a height difference between two floors. PMscale can supply stainless steel handrails for indoor staircases, as well as painted iron, glass plate and wood. Our balustrades can be installed on our own staircases, as well as on other types of staircase, such as stonework stairs, or stairs leading to mezzanines, and of course level balustrades, terraces and balconies. Each balustrade has its own unique shape, which can be adapted to various types of environment, as well as bespoke handcrafted finishes.
Modern steel railings for interiors and more: our range
Stainless steel railings are the ideal solution for indoor staircases: the material is strong, stress-resistant and stainless. Its smooth surface is easy to clean (a wipe with a soft cloth is all that's needed to keep it looking shiny) and requires no special maintenance. What's more, it's extremely durable. Steel railings with a flat profile, like the Space model, for example, allow plenty of light to filter through, as does the glass plate balustrade, Glass, which blends in with different environments as it is so minimalist. To make sure the staircase and its railing fit in with the style of their surroundings, each model can be customised with different colours and finishes and, in some cases, a wooden or metal handrail can be added. If your would like more information, please request a quote. At PMscale we provide you with support and guidance right through from design to installation.
Our balustrade designs that will transform your home
We offer several different balustrade models, from the Dabol collection, which is perfect for classic, modern spaces, to the minimalist style of the Glass collection. These are just some of the high-quality designs we offer, from a range that also includes the Singol, Square, Space, Plus and Ring. Our designs allow you to completely transform your home: by replacing old balustrades or adding new ones, you can create new colour combinations and experiment with materials and colours.