Why choose us?
We have a perfect 5 Star rating from our customers
We have the experience to get the job done right
We offer a complete range of staircase renovation services
We have a large selection of modern railing styles
We specialize in dustless Hardwood Staircase Refinishing
Your comfort is our top priority
We love what we do, and you will, too!
We offer a complete range of stair renovation services in Caledon:
New Staircase Installation
Whether you want a straight or spiral staircase, we have you covered. Our custom staircase installations adhere to local building codes and are constructed with care and precision.
Often, the beauty of your existing staircase is hidden away beneath an ugly old carpet. We can cap your existing stairs with new Oak or Maple treads and install a new railing.
When your stairs have begun showing their age, we can renew them to look brand new again! The process is fast, clean, and the result is perfect.
Stair & Railing Modifications
Stairs are not made perfect. Good news is, we can change that. If you are not satisfied with your home’s stairs we can modify the existing structure to suit your taste.
Builders take shortcuts, we do not. If you do not agree with the way your home has been constructed, we are here to make everything the way you want.
We handle minor stair repairs, as well. If your stairs are scratched, give us a call and we’ll have that scratch fixed in no time!
Staircase and Railing Project Gallery
Why should you remove carpets from your home? Here are the top reasons to get rid of carpet stairs:
Carpets are dusty -every time you descend, you’re breathing the stirred up dust which can cause allergic reactions, especially for children, and aggravate asthma.
Most new carpets contain volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) including benzene, toluene, formaldehyde, styrene, ethyl benzene and acetone. Many of these are on the EPA’s list of Extremely Hazardous Substances.
New carpets are also likely to harbor known carcinogens such as p-Dichlorobenzene are and other chemicals which have been known to cause nerve damage, hallucinations and respiratory illness. Most new carpets are treated with artificial dyes, stain and soil repellents, adhesives, mothproofing and flame retardants, all of which use toxic synthetic chemicals.
Older carpets offer even more health hazards than new ones. They may contain the chemicals banned from more recent production. Dust, dirt, dander, bacteria, mold, and mildew (especially if the carpeting has water damage or is frequently damp) can settle in and get buried down deep, making it difficult to get them out. Chemicals used around the home, from cleaning products and pesticides to actual carpet cleaners, can also nestle in deep, release harmful substances into the air, and worsen your indoor air quality.
Carpets accumulate dirt, paint and chemical fumes, and previously used cleaning products. Carpets can hold eight times their weight in dust and dirt. Also, carpets are a breeding ground for dust mites.
Carpet cleaning solutions contain highly toxic substances like perchlorethylene and ammonium hydroxide.
– Perchlorethylene is a known carcinogen which can damage the liver, kidneys, and nervous system.
– Ammonium hydroxide is a corrosive which irritates eyes, skin, and respiratory passages.