Enzie Stairs currently offers four different designs in their spiral stair range. For an over overview of the range go to. In this article I thought we would focus on the Spiral Stir Treads and the differences in each series.
Classic Spiral Stair Series
A distinct feature of the Enzie Classic Series Range is the design of the tread. The tread starts from 133mm high at the Column and tapers to almost nothing to the Balusters, where the tread appears to vanish. This design creates a very ‘lightweight’ look, without sacrificing the strength or noise absorption.
The tread itself can be made in a number of different steel materials and our customers are also able to utilise a wide range of timbers should they want a timber overlay on their stair.
Universal Spiral Stair Series
Here at Enzie Spiral Stairs we believe the range of tread choices, in the Universal Spiral Stair Series, is unsurpassed. As you can see from the pictures below there is a choice of at least six different material choices, though not shown here is a concrete option; then within those different material choices you have further selection to make. All of which allows our customers to blend the stair case into its environment by having the same materials in the treads as that which they have used elsewhere in their project.
The glass tread has the added benefit of allowing light into the stairwell.
The Z Tread Spiral Staircase
Our new kid on the block the Z Tread Spiral Staircase offers a closed riser design. This closed tread is great for people who want a more solid look and feel to their stair. These treads can be covered in almost anything floor covering, with the stepped appearance of the top of the tread mimicked below