Two New Accessories Introduced Accessories from The Iron Shop can liven-up your Metal Spiral Stair Kit. By adding or changing a few accessories, your spiral stair can take on a completely new look, matching your individual taste and décor. The most recent additions to The Iron Shop 9s long list of accessories for its Metal Spiral Stair Kits include two new spindle options 3 Double Scroll Castings and Butterfly Castings.
The two new accessories are used as accent pieces. In addition to these two new options, The Iron Shop offers eight other spindle accessories to help customers individualize their stair, including In-Between Spindles, Steel or Brass Center Collar Castings, Small Scroll Castings, Large Scroll Castings, Fleur- de-lis Castings, Double Fleur- de-lis Castings, Basket Design Spindles and Wrought Iron Scroll Fillers. Other acces- sories for Metal Spiral Stair Kits include a variety of handrail, center pole cap, and tread options.
The Iron Shop 9s wide selection of accessories are perfect when remodeling a house years after the stair 9s initial installation. To view The Iron Shop 9s full-line of accessories logon to www.TheIronShop.com, click on the stair kit of your choice, then click on the accessories option. Or, simply call 1-800-523-7427, ext.
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request a catalog. New Edition of Free Color Catalog Available The 2001 edition of The Iron Shop 9s Stairs and Accessories catalog, and Stair Price List and Layout guide is now available. This year 9s catalog features updated sections and additional accessory options.<br><br> As in the past, this free 36-page color catalog is divided into three sections highlighting each type of stair The Iron Shop has to offer. The first sec- tion features information about both the company 9s Metal Spiral Stair Kits and Custom Welded Units; the second features Oak Spiral Stair Kits; and the third features two of The Iron Shop 9s signature lines - Victorian One® Cast Aluminum Spiral and Straight Stair Kits. Each section discusses individual stair features, information regarding stair kits for restricted openings and floating straight stair kits in metal and aluminum.<br><br> Shipping information is also mentioned. The updated catalog also showcases beautiful photographs of the various stair kits The Iron Shop has to offer. "Our catalog shows our stairs in different settings, allowing customers to get an idea of the many different 8looks 9 our stair kits have to offer and how they complement many different decors," says Michele Lynn Cohen, director of marketing for The Iron Shop.<br><br> Individuals interested in receiving a free catalog along with a price list, should call 1-800-523-7427, ext. NL, or visit The Iron Shop on the web at www. TheIronShop.com.<br><br> The Furniture Guys Add Humor to Installation Videos Ed Feldman and Joe L 9Erario, "The Furniture Guys," add a touch of humor to The Iron Shop 9s installation videos. In both the Metal and Oak Spiral Stair Kit videos, the duo uses their unique wit to show viewers how to assemble each stair from start-to-finish. The Iron Shop created this novel approach of producing its instructional videos to make the instal- lation of its spiral stair kits not only faster and easier for its customers, but also less intimidating.<br><br> "We wanted our videos to not only be easy to understand, but also entertaining," says Michele Lynn Cohen, director of marketing for The Iron Shop. "By enlisting the Furniture Guys, we were able to accomplish both." The Iron Shop recommends that customers watch the installation video guide to its entirety before assembling their stair; then refer to the instruction manual for the installation of the stair. All Metal and Oak Spiral Stair Kits come with an instructional video; however, for a $12 fee, the video is available to individuals who are interested in pur- chasing a stair, but are unsure if they can assemble one.<br><br> If the individual decides to purchase a stair after watching the video, The Iron Shop will refund the $10 fee towards the purchase price of the stair. To preview any one of four 15-second video clips demonstrating the installation of either a Metal or Oak Spiral Stair Kit, log on to www.TheIronShop.com. Spiral Stair Today The Iron Shop September/October 2001 Vol.<br><br> 2 / No. 5 ©2001 The Iron Shop Spiral Stair Today : written by Joanna Barley and designed by Michele Lynn Cohen. Distributed bi-monthly by The Iron Shop for its customers.<br><br> If there is a topic you would like to see featured in Spiral Stair Today , please contact Joanna Barley at 1-800-523-7427 x156 or joanna@TheIronShop.com Pictured above is the Double Scroll Casting (left), and the Butterfly Casting (right). Joe L'Erario (left) and Ed Feldman (right), cThe Furniture Guys d, put together a Spiral Stair Kit in the Oak Kit Instructional Video. <br><br>