Richard Burbidge has launched an educational campaign to show consumers just how easy and cost-effective it is to renovate the stairway.
The market-leading brand has unveiled two new product ranges in their contemporary stairparts collection, held in high acclaim for their affordable pricing and ‘Do it Yourself’ assembly.
Available off-the-shelf, Richard Burbidge has launched Immix™ and Elements™, two independent ranges offering transformational stairparts to those who wish to modernise and refresh their staircase without the complexities of installation or a large expense.
Richard Burbidge have revealed the designs, which offer a variety of unique metal balusters or glass panels, to show how any hallway can look premium whilst giving the illusion of extra space and light.
Each range is available in various design options and has been developed to ensure simplicity of installation at an affordable price, saving time and money.
Speaking of the new ranges, Zoë Lewis, Richard Burbidge product manager explains how all the tools are provided to create a unique staircase suitable for every taste.
Zoë said: “It’s often the case that consumers don’t think of the stairway when deciding to renovate or refresh the hallway. This is generally because it’s not considered a simple home improvement job.
“The new product ranges are a continuation of our commitment to develop off-the-shelf stairparts systems. We take inspiration from high end property developments and pride ourselves on our ability to make these more accessible to the customer so they can save time and money.
“We know that consumers want a modern look and we are confident that all our products are of a premium finish, yet DIY friendly and readily available at an affordable price.
“The simplicity of the ranges also means that any builder or joiner will be able to install with extra ease should homeowners not want to do it themselves.”