GEORGE QUINN LTD – STAIRCASE RENOVATION CASE STUDY

George Quinn Ltd work closely with our stockists to provide the latest trends in stair parts which enable the homeowner to completely transform their existing staircase with minimum intrusion to the surroundings.

“Over the years we have worked with George Quinn Ltd to provide our clients with the best quality stair parts possible,” cites Shane Ryan from Ryan’s Timber & uPVC in Limerick. Shane continues,” when refurbishing our customers staircases, they are our go to stair parts supplier due to the high quality and range of products coupled with an outstanding service which is an integral part of our successful stair renovation business,”

When a couple in Co. Clare were in the process of renovating their home, they realised that their staircase would not compliment the interior design work already conducted in their hallway. The couple had renovated the house in 2005, had a solid red deal staircase fitted at the time and a solid oak parquet floor. They wanted a white oak staircase but did not want to damage the parquet floor nor the paint work, already completed. This meant that a new staircase was out of the question as it would mean the removal of the existing staircase which was still structurally sound and would result in damage to both the walls and the floor. Further time and cost with re-plastering, painting the walls, and repairing the floor. The search for a suitable solution brought them to the showroom of Ryan’s Timber & uPVC in Limerick where they could view all the latest stair parts trends on the George Quinn stair parts display. The expert team in Ryan’s offer a full service including initial site survey and complete fitting if required and guided the clients through the best options for their needs. The best choice was the George Quinn Ltd Stair Cladding steps and risers in white oak, a pre-finished step and riser ideal for the renovation of existing staircases. The white painted Boyne chamfered spindle collection was the design selected and accented by white oak square newel posts to capture the latest in modern staircase design trends. The final designs and timeline were agreed and the Ryan’s team began the project which took three and a half days and resulted in a complete transformation of the staircase to the satisfaction of the client.

For more information on stair cladding and other stair renovation products visit georgequinn.ie

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Denise Maguire   Editor of Irish Construction Industry Magazine & Plan Magazine

Email: denise@mcdmedia.ie      WWW.MCDMEDIA.IE    WWW.PLANONLINE.IE

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