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Hiring a tradesman for balustrade or handrail supply and installation
Balustrades and handrails are designed for safety, so it is important that you are confident in whichever tradesman you choose to supply and install them. Plentific hosts information for over 75,000 tradesmen across the UK. Its service allows you to quickly generate a list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer balustrade or handrail supply and installation expertise. You will also have access to ratings and reviews to help you compare your options and quotes, and ultimately to make the best hire.
What do you need to know about balustrade or handrail supply and installation?
A property can require a handrail or balustrade for different reasons. You may need a new balustrade running up a staircase, or you may need a handrail to help you in your home if you are disabled. The cost of having a handrail or balustrade supplied and installed will depend on its size, where the installation will take place, your location in the UK and any unforeseen problems. This could include damage done to your flooring when older balustrades are removed. You should expect installing a new balustrade to take at least a day. It is likely tradesmen will quote you a minimum of around £120 per day, but if all materials are supplied by the tradesman this will add to your quote.
It is important to make sure your tradesmen are fully qualified. With wooden handrails or balustrades you will want a qualified carpenter with solid experience, and so on. You should also ensure that they are adequately covered for accidental damage and liabilities. They should have policies in place for if you are unsatisfied with the state of their finished work.