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Madrid Space Saving Staircases

    The Madrid Space Saving Staircases are a cost-effective permanent straight flight option, as an alternative to a loft ladder. The pitch on this loft stair is 57 degrees - steeper than a normal staircase to allow fitting in a restricted space.

    Product Features

    • Maximum floor to floor heights up to 2.84m
    • Easy installation - without use of special tools
    • Supplied flat pack for easy transport
    • Steps housed into stiles
    • Staircase and treads ready for varnish or painting
    • 1-year warranty

    Madrid Space Saving Staircase Specifications

    Code Description Tread Depth Tread Width Floor To Floor Height Ladder Pitch
    1750-000 Madrid 142mm 515mm Up to 2.84m 57

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    5PM Today

    This Staircase is normally in stock, order by 5pm for NextDay Delivery.

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    We can send this direct to your company or your customer.

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