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Exterior Living Improvement

Exterior Stairs 

Pressure Treated Stairs

Pressure Treated Stairs, Supported With Concrete Footings 

Pressure treated wood is preserved with chemicals to resist decay and insects, extending its lifespan to about 20-30 years. For long staircases, adding concrete footings provides extra support, especially in the middle, ensuring durability over time. To enhance both strength and aesthetics, capping the treads with 2x12 boards offers a clean look while providing additional structural integrity to the staircase. West Royal Contracting specializes in all custom stair builds, and can offer a variety of options to suit the client's needs, ensuring a high-quality and customized solution for any project.

Pressure Treated Stairs With aluminum Handrails 

Custom aluminum handrails offer durability and longevity, ideal for both residential and commercial settings. They can be precisely measured and customized to fit any project, seamlessly integrating with the surrounding environment. With options for various finishes and profiles, aluminum handrails complement any aesthetic. Paired with pressure treated stairs, they create a resilient and visually appealing solution for safe and stylish access in any space.

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Composite Treads

Composite Treads 

Composite treads provide a durable and low-maintenance solution for pressure treated stairs, combining the strength of pressure treated lumber with the longevity and resilience of composite materials. These treads are resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage, ensuring long-lasting performance even in harsh outdoor conditions. Customizable to fit any project, composite treads offer versatility in design and color, allowing for seamless integration with the overall aesthetic of the staircase. With composite treads on pressure treated stairs, you get both durability and style, making them an excellent choice for outdoor staircases in residential and commercial settings.

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