Whether you're a professional stair builder or you are tackling your first staircase, your partner for stair parts and components is Westfire, Inc. As stair builders ourselves since 1978, we know what it takes to do quality work. It's for this reason that we took our supply business online in 1994 and continue to offer builders and subcontractors the finest wood stair parts available.
If you are lost as to itemizing your parts list, knowing the right components for code compliance, we can help. Fax us, Email us you blueprints and a bird’s eye view of your stair case and we can supply you with a recommended parts list to get the job done. Just verify desired style of handrail, newel posts, and balusters as well as their wood species and we can provide the rest
Standard and Custom Woods and Parts
The standard select-grade woods we offer for all our styles include white hard maple, poplar, red oak, and American cherry. We also frequently fill custom orders, which can be produced in a number of interesting woods, including mahogany, alder, Brazilian cherry, and birch, and which can be shipped in as little as two to three weeks. We take great pride in providing builders with the very best materials in the business, as soon as they need them.
At Westfire, our business revolves around the concept of quality. For example, each of our balustrades is turned from a single piece of wood, and likewise, our handrails have no finger joints. We know that a quality staircase starts with quality wood and quality craftsmanship, so we accept nothing less from our long-established vendors. Choose from the top woods in Craftsman, Classic, Hampton, Sheraton, and Colonial styles, all in stock and ready to move.
Whether you're building stairs in Portland, Oregon or Paris, Westfire is your connection for quality components. We ship anywhere in the world. If you have any questions on our stair parts, just ask us, by emailing our knowledgeable staff anytime, or calling us toll-free at 800.692.6996 from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM PST. We look forward to helping you build a better staircase.
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