An ingenious tread shape makes the ATLANTA staircase a real space-saver! The ATLANTA comes with 11 multiplex beech steps in a paddleboard design to minimize the overall floor footprint (only 54” in length when fitted with all 11 treads). If you do not need the maximum height of 118 inches, one or more treads can be removed to adjust the staircase to your floor-to-floor height. Each tread has an adjustable rise of 7-1/2 inches to 9-13/16 inches. The outside banister and balusters are fitted to two treads each to maximize both comfort and stability even on this small staircase.
ATLANTA offers simple, modular structural elements and a straight PVC handrail to ensure easy installation in just one day. Varnished, scratch-resistant treads, powder-coated steel structural elements, and a colored, UV-resistant PVC handrail create a strong and durable staircase.
ATLANTA is compatible with several additional accessories. An additional middle baluster pack allows for 3 vertical balusters per tread, rather than the standard 2 balusters. This reduces the gap between balusters from 8 inches to 3.5 inches, providing even greater safety and comfort. The ATLANTA can also be installed with a complete second-side handrail for additional stability. The handrail can be installed directly on the staircase, or it can be free-standing without a nearby wall. Landing banister packs are also available providing a nice, safe finish to your staircase. A matching railing at the top of the staircase connects seamlessly with your ATLANTA staircase kit.
- Adjustable height from 74 13/16 inches to 118 1/8 inches
- Includes 11 multiplex beechwood treads
- Interior use only
- Jet Black powder-coated steel risers and vertical balusters
- Includes: 11 multiplex treads, steel risers and mounting bases, steel balusters, PVC handrail, and all assembly hardware to complete installation
- Can be installed in 1 day with common tools with detailed assembly instructions and support videos available online
- Modular stairs are non-code-compliant items as a primary form of egress. Please consult your local building inspector for any questions and specifics regarding compliance