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Edge Bespoke Ltd

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Family owned
25 years in business
Luxury Staircase Designs | Family-Run in Cambridge
Tim Coombs and his father Terry Coombs have been making staircases for the last 25 years together. Both being involved in metalwork and engineering previously, they joined forces, originally to make lifts in their small rented workshop in the heart of Cambridgeshire. They were approached one day to provide a quotation for a full metal staircase and metal balustrading for a new business development in the centre of London. This project paved the way to start a new fabrication service of manufacturing and the site fitting of steel stairs and to move away from the lift industry where the work was getting harder to come by for smaller companies. We have now moved to a bigger premises where we could manufacture the stairs in long sections in the workshop and expand our fabrication facilities. Get in touch to discuss how we can create a unique centrepiece for your home.

Services Provided

Entrance Design, Lift Installation, Railing Installation, Railing Repair, Staircase Design, Staircase Installation, Staircase Repair

Areas Served

Ellington, Cambridge, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, London, Essex

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Self Build Bespoke Staircase Specialist
Bespoke Stairs For Your Self Build Home
Edge Bespoke Ltd
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Unit 19 Brook Farm
Ellington, Cambridgeshire PE28 0AE
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £10,000 - £50,000
Each design is unique to our clients and their homes. Contact us to discuss your ideas for a quote.
United Kingdom
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