If you’d like to build free-standing floating stairs but don’t know how, now you can build and install a floating staircase in half a day with Fast-Stairs modular adjustable steel stair stringers. Your floating stair project will benefit from:
- Easy to ship and carry (max. 70 lb packages)
- Adjustable In height and width
- Powder coated, rust proof
- Can be re-painted to the color of your choice
- Super solid (1 ton capacity)
- Quick and easy assembly
- 85% made of recycled steel
- Code standards compliant
- Limited warranty
Designed for fail-safe floating stairs building and installation
Fast-Stairs provide a unique, quick and easy way to build long lasting, free-standing 2½ to 13 ft high floating stairs. No stair stringer calculator is required. No more figuring out the rise and run of step/treads. Simply measure your floor to floor vertical height and then choose online the Fast-Stairs adjustable model that fits the desired height of your floating stairs. Note that our ‘’space saver’’ C models will save you considerable bottom horizontal run space if required. You can order online, by phone or email for 2 to 5 day delivery anywhere in continental North America.
Fast-Stairs offer do-it-yourself floating stairs solutions for consumers, remodelers, builders and contractors alike. There is no faster, easier or better way to build super strong and economical floating stairs. Simply bolt the stringer sections together with the slide connectors and screw the step/treads (not included) of your choice to the perforated welded steel step supports. Fast-Stairs also allow you to move and/or upgrade the finish of your floating stairs later.
All connecting fasteners with Allen key are included with the easy to ship and carry Fast-Stairs packages.
Other than a wall fastened handrail, you can choose from two simple methods for attaching railings to your floating stairs:
- with railing posts fastened from inside the perforated steel stringers and railing boards fastened to posts above stringers
- with railing posts and system attached to the top of the treads
Click here to learn two simple methods for attaching railings to your floating stairs