Denver Stair Ltd



Denver Stair LTD is your premier source for stair updates. We specialize in all phases of stair
enhancements. We do tread replacement, new railings in many styles, As well as metal baluster sales and installs.

About us
I am the sales and installation department. No salesmen to pay. I have spent 38 years as a
Carpenter. Earning the label Master Carpenter. We are a family enterprise. We stand behind all
of our work. We have an A + rating with the BBB. I only use proven methods in stair
construction. We do not cut corners. Our newel attachments are solid. We use more fittings for a more elaborate look.
We keep the stain and lacquer work in house to save you the expense and just as important, the
hassle of trying to do it later. Try us and you will agree we are way above average.

Guard rail stair
New box Newels, 6200 rails, Tuscan Balusters with stain and clear coat

Box newel stair
Closer look of box newels. I used 3/4 treaded rod to hold these to the floor.. they do not budge!

Tuscan metal Balusters
New Rails with rope pattern newels. round Tuscan Balusters. Stain and clear coat

Rail over post stair rail
Closer look of rope newels, rail over post with a custom cut drop easing on the top.

curved rail stair
Railings were stripped, retained and recoated. New tuscan rails installed
Sorry, we no longer strip and restain railings

Clean newel post anchor
Newel Bolted to the floor with two 3/8x bolts.Did I mention I can’t stand 4j brackets.

Stair Railing post to post with easing
We use starting easing on all my handrails. A more formal look for just a little effort.

stair rail custom cut
No putty here

Curved rails and volutes are no problem

Stair before

treads and landing
During, We installed a new oak floor on the top landing
Stair railing

After, with new railings. Stain, lacquer and paint by us.

Box newels


This was a complete makeover. We rebuilt the sides, risers and new treads to go with new handrails and balusters.


This is the before of the above stair.


We added treads,risers and oak sides to this stair. giving this a solid oak look when it was completed


Now it looks better. Work like this takes time. Tuscan iron balusters in oil rubbed bronze