Stair Connectors: To be the original, it has something to be said for it ...
It is an ingenious idea to combine steps and stringers together in a detachable manner.
If a staircase is being renovated or steps are being replaced, these can be simply dismantled and quickly reinstalled without dust, noise or a smell of paint or varnish.
It’s no wonder that other staircase builders have also tried this solution. We are proud of having invented the original. Since the patent was granted in 1995, we have been selling and installing this solution throughout Germany as well as Switzerland and the EU.
It functions safely, is practical for installation and convenient for later renovation.
Advantages of wooden stringer staircases with TreVe
Individual damaged or all worn down wooden steps can be easily loosened, sanded off by machine in the workshop and relined.
The occupants are not stressed with dust, noise and an unpleasant paint or varnish odour during the staircase renovation.
The staircase appears lighter and more modern.
Easy to manufacture since only drill-holes are necessary.
Convenient installation even between two walls.
It is still possible to adjust the height of the top step later, if for instance the floor construction is changed.
The Type T95-14 connector has won the Red Dot Design Award for innovation in form and function - and that was back in 2000.
Advantages of steel stringer staircases with TreVe
The staircase is braced by the interlocking of connector, graduated sleeve and step.
It is only necessary to create holes in the stringers with a laser.
No hard labour, but the connector is attached with the plug-in and screw system.
No crossbeams necessary
Advantages of staircases with TreVe connected with bolts between the walls
The steps lie on the bolt and are bolted from beneath.
So even curved corner steps can be easily installed.
It is possible to install steps between two walls.
You’ll find our entire TreVe range in the online shop, ordered by the categories Wooden Stringer Staircases, Steel Stringer Staircases or Banister-bearing Systems, or you can download a PDF of it here.