Here at Radnor Carpentry we offer an extensive range of products in a variety of materials and finishes. Whether you are looking for a traditional style or a more contemporary design, we can help you to create your dream staircase.


Please click on the links to view all the products below;


           Oak                 Ash              Pine             Hemlock        Sapele     Southern Yellow Pine


Oak Staircase:

American White is used exclusively in the UK for internal joinery, being kiln dried to approximately 10%. A strong, heavy hardwood grown in the Eastern half of the United States. Due to the high costs of large sections, newel posts and handrails are laminated, careful attention being paid to grain matching. European Oak is a close relative botanically to Quercus Robur and our English species is equally adaptable for internal stairparts.



 Ash Staircase:

American White. A quality American hardwood, Ash can be stained and polished to a very good finish.




 Pine Staircase:

Pine is a slow grown Scandinavian timber, an economical timber suitable for staining and painting. All knots in the timber are sound.




Hemlock Staircase:

Hemlock is a straight-grained clear, knot free timber. It is especially attractive since it will varnish to a rich golden colour. Hemlock is of uniform density and will take stain easily with the minimum of colour distortion; it is easy to use and does not split or break whilst being worked, being less brittle and therefore stronger than many hardwoods.



Sapele Staircase:

Sapele is a West African hardwood, with a reddish brown colouring, typical of Sapele. This fairly close textured timber is harder and heavier than both American and South American Mahogany. As with any natural product, variation in colour is to be expected.




Southern Yellow Pine

Southern Yellow Pine has distinctive character in both colour and grain. Although generally clear, a limited number of small knots are permitted. Grown in the Southern United States, it enjoys the reputation of being exceptionally strong and has a high resistance to wear. Whilst relatively easy to work this wood is comparable to hardwood species such as Oak for strength.





Our Range of Styles:

We can offers a wide range of styles and sizes to suit your home. From a traditional design to a more contemporary look.

Our standard size starts from 70mm up to 90mm.




The Georgian style is our most popular choice. Shown here in Pine, it is available in 70mm and 83mm in addition to our standard 90mm. With its elegant but simple design it will suit most styles of home.






Fluted Georgian:


The fluted version of our Georgian range is shown here in Hemlock. The fluting adds an extra touch of elegance to this classic design.







The Oxford style is an alternative design to the Georgian, a more rounded look but still distinctive and attractive in any home. It is shown here in Ash.





Fluted Oxford:


The beautiful Oxford range is enhanced by elegant fluting. Shown here in Sapele.








For those who desire something a bit different, the Provincial range offers style and sophistication. Shown here in Oak.







A more traditional design which can be used on its own or with a plainer style to create a stunning look. Shown here in Hemlock.





Stop Ovolo:


A modern, simplistic look infused with timeless elegance creating a stunning balustrade. Shown in Oak.






Stop Chamfer:


A contemporary but classical style, shown here in Pine, that perfectly highlights the natural beauty and texture of the wood.







A beautifully styled spindle, perfect for a more traditional look, but still maintaining an attractive and homely feel.







Clear Pine:



Elliotis Pinus Brazilian Clear Grade Pine. Ideal for painting and staining.











The Colonial never fails to impress and is a favourite of many home renovators. A timeless classic.











The ultimate in uncomplicated design. The clean lines of the square spindle will never go out of fashion.










Our Range of Stair Parts:



This is our standard handrail, baserail and wallhandrail. Chrome or brass brackets are available to fit the Traditional Products Handrails.

An horizontal turn is available to match the Low Profile handrail. Solid hand rail and baserail is available for use with metal spindles and glass panelling. A groove can be machined to any size to accept glass panels and metal spindles.

Traditional Handrail is available with 32mm, 35mm or 41mm grooves.









Handrail Patterns:


 This is just a small sample of our range of handrails.


We currently have 180 profiles in our database.

We can also produce rails or fittings to your own custom design.



Continuous Fittings:


 All the handrail fittings shown here are in the Traditional Handrail profile (THR).




Newel caps, all shown here in Hemlock, can be made any size to suit the Newel Post. All designs are available in 83mm 90mm and 120mm, with a peg size of 32mm.





Supplied in four standard lengths: 500mm, 700mm, 915mm, 1375mm and three standard sizes: 83mm, 90mm, 120mm. Longer bases are available up to 4.2m, on request.



Curtail Steps:

Radnor Carpentry source individually manufactured curtail steps both single, double and also bullnose steps. In addition we source the tandem step, which gives you every possible option to tailor-make the beginning of your staircase.


Reducing Spindles:

Reducing Spindles are used where the stair meets the ceiling under a landing and can be made to measure in most patterns. Each successive spindle is usually 100mm shorter than the last.




Newel Posts:

Newels are designed to suit nearly every staircase configuration. Modular construction allows maximum flexibility and is especially useful where conversion or refurbishment work requires that existing newel bases be retained. Newel posts provide the basic strength and structural integrity for each stairway handrail system. All newels, caps and bases are available in halves for wall fitting. Newel posts from 83mm up to 120mm have a 50mm peg size.

The integral base means that the posts can be used both at the top and the bottom of the staircase. Additionally, the posts can be cut to fasten centrally with the first riser, or, with the second riser as with a bull-nosed step etc. Please note that for an additional charge, both head and base lengths of the above posts can be adjusted to customers own specifications.

Newel posts typical uses:
PST-1 Opening newel at the bottom of a staircase.
PST-2 Special situations where hand rails meet at different heights.
PST-3 Used on landings, especially where the horizontal landing rail meets an up coming sloping hand rail.
PST-4 Used on the inside corner of quarter landing where the staircase turns through 90 degrees.
PST-5 Used in conjunction with the TRADITIONAL range of continuous hand rail fittings.
PULPIT NEWEL This is a shortened PST-4 and might be required where an up coming hand rail meets the post below the turning, e.g. on the inside corner of a 90° winding turn.





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