Outdoor staircases

Outdoor staircases can be carried out with different laying types, according to customer’s specific needs, and consist of three elements:

  • The tread
  • The riser
  • The baseboard

Starting from a minimum of 2 centimetres, treads can vary in thickness. The most common thicknesses are 3, 4, 6 centimetres. The width and the length of the tread can change according to your needs; the thickness of the riser can change, the most common thickness is 2 centimetres; the baseboard usually can be 1, 1.5 or 2 centimetres thick.

The finish of the surface, edge and front of these three elements can be: flamed, sawn surface, sanded, bush-hammered etc. The edge and the front can be outlined differently: bullnose, half-bullnose, straight, owl-beaked.