Level Quarter Turns are attached to both ends of the handrail. Use handrail brackets to attach your handrail to the wall.
The proper manufacturing process for this part calls for some color and grain variation between the handrail piece and the level quarter turn pieces on the ends (to view example of this, click on additional images).
6010 Colonial Handrail is 2 1/4” at its widest point & 2 3/8” at its tallest point. The 6010 is the industry standard, and is used in more stairways in North America than any other handrail. 6010 has a soft profile that is easy to install and easy to use with fittings.
Rarely, in some species joints will be necessary in longer handrails. Joints are always done with color and grain match as the priority.
Wood Grain & Color VariationAt StairSuppliesTM we strive to match the grain and color of all of our wood products as closely as possible. However, due to the natural character of wood products, there may be instances in which a perfect grain and color match is not possible. By ordering from StairSuppliesTM, you acknowledge that there may be some variation in the grain and color of your wood products.
Looking for level quarter turn handrail including 2 quarter turns – one at each end for affixing to wall. Total length 13′. Do I order the 13′ level quarter turn and there will be a turn at each end? Or do I need to specify something other to get the turn on both ends?
What is width of turn to wall? MIN HAND CLEARANCE IS 1.5 INCHES. IAM LOOKING FOR ABOUT 2 INCHES
Do you offer staining as part of your custom finishes? We are looking to match a new engineered hickory floor.
Thank you for asking, Fred. Yes, we do. Please feel free to contact us with your specific custom stain needs directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I need delivery within one week. I need an eleven foot oak with returns. Can you speed up your delivery?
Sonoma county building code says, “handgrip required”. It specifies a perimeter dimension between 4″ and 6.25″. This seems to relate to a requirement to shape the cross section of the handrail, so that it is easy to ‘get a grip’. I have been encouraged to ‘get-a-grip’ all my life, but (in the context of handrails) what does this actually mean ? And does the 6010 comply?
Good question. The 6610 handrail was specifically designed to code friendly handrail in our product offering. However, we still recommend checking in with a local code inspector before purchasing the 6610, or any other handrail. Please let us know if you have any further questions!