Custom "L" Landing Fabrication


Product ID : CustomLandingFabrication

Price: $165.00
Custom "L" Landing Fabrication
Left when ascending the staircase
Right when ascending the staircase
Square/Rectangular/Single Turn - Please Include Any Additional Info Below
Many Custom Landings result is an over-size package. Added shipping cost generally range from $40.00 to $100.00. Please request a quote or Contact Us.

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How do I order a Custom Landing? The first step to order this service is to establish the footage need for your project. One component needed is  runner product choice since pattern repeat is a variable affecting footage.  Please submit the form below to begin this process - we will reply with the footage needed and costs associated with the project:     Click here to fill out our Single Turn "L" Shaped Landing Quote Form

Please Contact Us or Call for more details. 

All Custom Fabrication work is completed by Owner, John Hunyadi   Click here to see more examples of John's "L" or Single Turn Landing Work 
A landing that creates an "L" shaped turn is one that we refer to as a Single Landing. 

Shipped Landing Fabrication Details:
 -Footage is based on customer supplied data/photos, landing dimensions/stair counts and using 19 inches of material for each step  which is tread + riser total. (unless otherwise indicated) This is a safe number with few exceptions. Please let us know if your stairs when measured are larger than this.  (often a tread is 10 to 11" deep, riser is often 6 to 7" high and when wrapping the nose a total step measurement will most often be 18 to 19 inches) 
  - Landing fabrication causes waste due to pattern repeat and pattern placement - once fabricated your final roll will not be the full length ordered, but has been calculated as footage required based on your data to accommodate the project you've described along with pattern repeat and the resulting waste in mind. 
 - A fabricated landing will be shipped at the top end of the long roll. It is intended to be installed first, working down the stairs below the landing. The remaining footage is cut on site at the bottom of the lowest riser (where it meets the 1st floor) This material is then brought up to be installed on the stairs above the landing. This can cause an interruption in the pattern but tends to be at a less visible point in a staircase. This is most often the method used in our installation photos. Please contact us with any questions.
- Shipping:  Many Custom "L" landing orders result in a larger/heavier or over-size package, and will incur an added shipping fee. This fee will represent the difference in our cost over that of the amount we regularly absorb with our free shipping  policy on most orders. Please see our Shipping Policy for more details.