Achieving Staircase Perfection

Achieving Staircase Perfection

Installing a staircase can be extremely labour intensive – unless you opt for the precast concrete staircase method. Quick-Step Instant Staircases is an experienced Construction Company specializing in the manufacture and one-day professional installation process of...
The Penrose “Impossible Stairs”

The Penrose “Impossible Stairs”

The Penrose Stairs, also dubbed the “Impossible Staircase”, is an impossible object created by Lionel Penrose and his son Roger Penrose. The Penroses noted that “each part of the structure is acceptable as representing a flight of steps,...
Amazing Staircase Structures

Amazing Staircase Structures

1. The Spiral Staircase in the Taihung Mountains, Linzhou,China The physical pain of scaling a cliff, without climbing gear, is worth the elevating experience that may never be encountered again. This 300-foot (91,5m) staircase along a mountain face in the Taihang...
Health Benefits Of Climbing Stairs

Health Benefits Of Climbing Stairs

Stair climbing is a unique form of exercise that can have a powerful and positive impact on your health, over time. While most of us think of exercise as “sport”, evidence shows it is everyday activities, like walking and climbing stairs, that are most closely...
Unique Staircase Design

Unique Staircase Design

Sometimes taken for granted, a staircase is not just a link between two floors — it remains a major architectural feature that can help define a home owner’s personal style whilst showcasing their decor. By adding a unique staircase design, a pleasing overall effect...
Why Use Concrete in Staircases

Why Use Concrete in Staircases

Concrete is widely used in buildings, homes and architecture, as well as in staircases, because of its durability and affordability. Most people prefer to use concrete because it lasts longer than any other medium used in construction and can be patterned into any...

What is The Difference Between Cement and Concrete

WHAT IS CEMENT ? The word “cement” traces to the Ancient Roman Era, where the term opus caementicium was used to describe masonry resembling modern concrete that was made from crushed rock with burnt lime as a binder. The volcanic ash and pulverized brick supplements...

Advantages of Precast Concrete Staircases

Precast concrete staircases provide an unobstructed, early, secure and instant work platform during construction. This solid footing helps speed up construction and provides a safer working environment by allowing immediate access to be gained. With a quick...

Precast Concrete Facts

Although concrete is the most commonly used building material in the world, we often overlook the nearly limitless possibilities offered by the manufacture and use of precast concrete components in the Building Industry. The proven technology behind precast...