With its low weight, the multi-stringer staircase offers an alternative to concrete staircases in old building reconstruction.

From the magazine “mikado”

Concrete staircases weigh too much to be used in old buildings and wooden houses. The structural analysis for wooden ceilings only allows light designs.

From the magazine “BM”

Steps can be mounted right onto the wall: With the TreVe wall bolt connector, well-ventilated staircase constructions without stringers are possible.

From the magazine “bba”

The TreVe system for wood and flat steel stringers by Kreuzberger is characterised by uncomplicated installation. Even curved corner steps can easily be installed.

From the magazine “Detail”

Kreuzberger now offers steel, nickel-plated wall bolts with sound insulating rubber for the “TreVe-System” for wooden and flat steel stringboards.

From the magazine “Detail”

With the TreVe connector with soundproofing rubber, steps can be installed between two walls without any problem.

From the magazine “Architektur &Technik”

A new invention for handrails and banisters is doing the rounds. It is a process that makes subsequent replacement of well-worn steps easy.

From the magazine “Architektur &Technik”

The system’s advantage: battered, damaged or even worn down steps can be loosened again at any time later on.

From the magazine “BM”

Creaking steps -ᅠ the “trademark”, as it were, of mortised staircases - are a thing of the past.

From the magazine “greenbuilding”


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