New Bisca website Bisca.co.uk the definitive guide to staircase design
Bisca’s newly designed website is the must-have tool for anyone seeking inspiration about staircases, balustrades and architectural elements
Did you know the maximum pitch of a staircase is 42 degrees or that untreated glass treads might cause a health and safety issue? Do you really appreciate how different steel can look – either traditional or contemporary – depending on how it’s treated?
Gathering information about staircase design is actually very difficult and that’s because most staircases really don’t make the most of the space that they live in. As the specialists at BISCA know, a staircase can dramatically transform any home into something truly magnificent, yet there are too few precedents if you’re looking for inspiration.
So BISCA has launched a new website to solve all this. Whether you’re an architect, who is fully versed in the difference between a helical or cantilevered staircase, or a self-builder who needs to understand the jargon (stringers, risers and rakes), BISCA’S fully comprehensive website clarifies industry terminology, illustrates stair geography and outlines any need-to-know aesthetic requirements. You can even access a handy link to building regulations should you wish to.
From a creative point of view, the site can’t be bettered, offering an unparalleled resource library of ideas and images. The impressive photographic gallery demonstrates the dazzling array of designs on offer and will take you well beyond any awkward initial sketches you might have made to a clearly expressed and confident concept.
Use the site to create your own moodboard by bringing together images from BISCA’s archives in a scrapbook or upload your own photographs. Access the straightforward guidelines on what dimensions to supply and you can even get a quick estimate online or – if your plans aren’t so advanced – simply request a brochure. And should you wish to go ahead and commission Bisca to design and build your staircase, then the step-by-step explanations of the process are reassuring and easy to understand.
In short, visit www.bisca.co.uk for staircases made simple!