Welcome to the StairSupplies™ resource center. Here you’ll find all the information you need to select the correct components for your stairway project. You can start by selecting the advice category below, or by viewing the quick resource links below.

Wood Stair Part

Wood Stair Part Advice

Cable Rail Systems

Cable Rail Advice

Iron Balusters Completed Projects

Iron Baluster Advice









Or skip to a few of our most visited resource pages:

View our Custom Stair Design Help Page. Where we provide forms for you to fill out with your custom requests.

Our Wood Selection Page can help your choose the right wood species and stain for your project.

View our Stair Anatomy Page to learn more about the correct stair part terminology and products we carry.

We have several installation guides and videos. Contact us for more info, and check out our latest guide for How to Install Iron Balusters. You can check out our many helpful Cable Railing Installation Videos as well.

We also offer resources for designing your stair parts, such as our Iron Baluster Design Tool.

We have several satisfied customers and a great collection of completed stair projects that can help give you ideas, and what the finished project looks like using our starts, and other products.


Product Information Guides

About Stair Treads includes detailed information about our different stair tread offerings, the vocabulary associated with them, and installation tips and tricks.

About Newels breaks down the difference between box and turned newels with a helpful chart.

About Handrails  gives you an in-depth look at handrail styles and designs.

About Cable Railing Systems  is an essential starting point for those who are looking to familiarize themselves with these modern railing systems.

About Balusters  offers information on our wood and wrought iron balusters, breaking down each series so you can find what you need with ease.

More Resource Articles

Cable Railing Systems
Home Maintenance
How-To & DIY
Stair Design
Stair Parts
Stair Remodeling
Tips & Tricks
Wrought Iron Balusters