Staircase for my new loft conversion

Richard is an expert at measuring, ordering and fitting your new loft conversion staircase.

There are options when if come to choosing your staircase features. Most clients choose to match existing features. Richard can talk you through this.

Loft conversion staircase to match existing period features

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex
Victorian Staircase Hove installed by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex
Staircase installed in Hollingdean House by Richard of Jackson Loft Conversions and carpentry Brighton

New Victorian spindles and handrail can still purchased of the shelf

Blending the new spindles and handrail to match with the old, completes the look for your new loft conversion. Looking smart as if they have always been there. Speak to Richard about your options.

Bespoke spindles can be handmade to match

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex
Staircase newel installed by Richard Jackson in Lewes house, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex

Pick your own type of wood for spindles and newels

Gallery landing and staircase, 60s bungalow built by Jackson Lofts, Brighton
Gallery landing and staircase, 1960s bungalow Peacehaven built by Jackson Loft Conversions, Brighton, East Sussex

Bespoke balustrade and handrail looking simple and elegant

Richard uses bespoke staircases made by local Joiner’s shop. All quality redwood timber. Traditional methods used so no squeaking noise as you step from tread to tread.

Richard also takes great care to match your existing newel posts and spindles, you can have them turned on a lathe, at a local workshop of your style is not available off the shelf. Beach wood is best as it is stronger.

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex
Staircase installed and loft conversion built by Richard, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex

Light is very important on any staircase from natural to electric

Natural light on your stair case with Jackson Lofts
Natural light on your staircase, Hanover Brighton, installed by Richard, Jackson Loft Conversions Brighton

We use staircases everyday, best to make them a bright and a cheerful place to be. This can be discussed with Richard at your first meeting.

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex
Hangleton Velux window installed on staircase of loft conversion built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex

FREE estimate from Richard, Jackson Lofts

For a FREE estimate and advice please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.

Velux window in Peacehaven bungalow loft conversion built by Jackson Lofts

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, Sussex
Peacehaven bungalow staircase and Velux installed in loft conversion built by Richard, Jackson Loft Conversions and Carpentry, Brighton, East Sussex

M04 Velux window, standard size used in loft conversions

Fresh plaster on a finished loft conversion prior to decorating. View looking up to the roof window above the staircase in Peacehaven 1950s bungalow staircase leading to the new first floor, a loft conversion. A recommended addition says Richard.

Richard also upgrades and replaces old roof windows

Richard is very happy to visit your old roof window or skylight for a free estimate and advise on repairs, replacements or upgrades. Velux windows are a standard size, Richard can also estimate for upgrading to a bigger size. Please see the Velux website for sizes and prices.

For a FREE estimate and advice please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.

How to get a loft conversion estimate…

  1. Contact Richard through his contact form below.
  2. Richard will visit you to look at your property and loft space, to discuss loft conversion requirements. A ‘ballpark’ estimate and availability will be given.
  3. Richard will then organise draft drawings from his Architect.
  4. When a design is agreed and a final estimate will be produced.

Contact Richard by email here