Stairpart specialist Richard Burbidge has launched the new Immix handrail featuring gun metal fittings.
In recent years the traditional handrail has evolved from a simple safety element to a design feature that can help enhance the overall look of a hallway.
Suitable for both domestic and commercial applications, the new Immix handrail is easy to install and provides a visually impressive design element which requires minimum mess and disruption.
The Immix handrail reflects the contemporary trend for simple white oak design, and is available in 4200mm, 3600mm and 2400mm.
Paul Martin, Group Product Marketing Manager at Richard Burbidge commented: “When it comes to refurbishing rooms, we know that regardless of whether it is a commercial property or domestic living room, the devil is in the detail. Thanks to the new Immix handrail, those all-important details can be achieved to the highest possible standard.”
All Richard Burbidge stairparts are fully strength tested to meet UK regulations. Visit the Richard Burbidge website to find out more about its new Immix handrail range.
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