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Here are 5 things about the Dolle Calgary Spiral Staircase, in no particular order!

1. Its easy to build.

The Calgary spiral staircase kit is very straightforward and simple to assemble, it can truly be described as a DIY staircase. Designed in the country that first brought us flatpack furniture, the Calgary spiral staircase arrives at your door as a kit. You don’t need any special tools to assemble it, just standard DIY toolbox stuff most people already own. Not only is there an easy to follow written manual, there is also an installation video (which you can also see on our Youtube channel Here…)

2. You can adjust the height to suit your room

No need to worry about your staircase arriving and not fitting – the Calgary is fully adjustable for height anywhere between 204mm and 234mm per tread, which gives a maximum height of just over 2800mm. Height adjustment is easy using the simple spacer system, just read off your height from the chart supplied and it will tell you how many spacers to add for each tread. You will receive 12 steps in the kit including the landing platform, which will suit most room heights in the UK. At time of writing you cannot add any extra treads to the kit, however.

3. You can choose from 3 popular colours

The Calgary Spiral staircase is available in 3 colours to enhance and complement your interior, White, Grey or Black. The treads are finished in a natural light wood colour, so you are sure to find a combination that suits you.

Calgary Spiral Staircase showing Colour Options Black, Grey and White

Colour Options Black, Grey and White

4. Lightweight construction

One feature about the Calgary spiral staircase is the way its engineered, using lightweight materials such as steel tubing for the spindles and centre column, and ply wood for the tread construction. Using plywood for the treads provides a thinner, lighter tread, but the downside is it won’t be strong enough for high traffic areas or withstand too much abuse.

5. Its Cheap to buy. (But doesn’t meet building regs)

Its cheap for a reason of course, the treads are made of plywood and the balustrade doesn’t meet current building regulations in the UK. But if you want a cheap staircase to go to a storage room or non-habitable space, it’s fine. Otherwise don’t waste your money and buy a Gamia 1400 instead – they do meet the regs and give you peace of mind you won’t have to replace it when you come to sell your Home! See link below:

Gamia Deluxe 1400mm diameter BS5395-2 Category A compliant spiral staircase kit.

For more information please check out the Calgary Spiral Staircase on our website, and the other fantastic ranges and special offers too!

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