Stairs in Progress - Chigwell

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When people ask: ‘what sets Smet Staircases apart from other staircase companies?’ we always give them the same answer. We not only offer them a spectacular staircase, but we also take them on a very personal journey where they can experience the entire process from start to completion.  

 

The Clients of this project recently made the short trip to Belgium where we showed them around in our showroom and eventually walked them through the entire production process from drying the wood to assembling the staircases.

 

The end of the tour we showed the Clients the progress on their own project where our skilled workers were laying final hands on their hardwood staircases.

 

These fully curved staircases with cut string design will be finished with our famous Rouen & Nimes spindle design before being shipped on the 20th November to be installed near Chigwell.

 

The smile on the faces of our Clients after our craftsmen have installed their bespoke staircase and done the final snagging is what keeps the Smet team going. We offer them peace of mind with our hands on approach, so let Smet Staircases take care of your staircase project from conception to completion.

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