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Marry your balustrade, balcony, or staircase with a beautifully designed bespoke handrail.

Arc Metal’s bespoke work means we can design and fabricate all types of handrails, from balustrade handrails to wall mounted stair rails. We can design flat, round, curved, and convex handrails to suit all design preferences and architectural spaces.

Our handrails can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications, with Arc Metal working with a range of materials including stainless steel, steel, aluminium, and brass. We can further offer oak handrails to finish your staircase or balustrade through established industry connections, ensuring we use high quality materials which are locally sourced.

Arc Metal’s handrails can be fabricated in accordance with your preferences, with several finishes available. Depending on the type of handrail selected, finishes include galvanised powder coated for industrial or external use, standard mirror polished metal finish, and plastic coated, typically used for commercial applications. Our team can guide you through the design process, to ensure you receive a product which meets both design and performance requirements.

We offer a full turnkey service, meaning you don’t have to worry about a thing! Our team will take care of all stages - including design, fabrication and installation of your handrail. Whether you’re looking for a handrail, or the complete set including a staircase, balustrade and/ or balcony, Arc Metal takes on projects of all sizes across the UK.

We value the transparency of our services, upheld by constant communication with our customers, and always aim for total customer satisfaction in all that we do.


    What are the regulations for handrails in the UK? Arc Metal always adheres to the latest industry regulations whilst fabricating and installing handrails. There are regulations surrounding handrails which must be adhered to in order to help keep people safe.

    Regulations advise handrails should be fitted between 900mm-1000mm from the floor or the pitch line of the stairs. A staircase must have a handrail wherever there's a drop of more than 600mm (typically, this is two steps on traditional staircases); staircases more than 1 metre in width require a handrail either side.

    For wall mounted handrails, the handrail must be installed 75mm from the wall so that users can grip it fully.