Looking for cheap stair rods?
Jubilee stair rods will suit your stairs and pocket
- Suitable for stair runners only
- Slender 9mm (3/8”) diameter, hollow stair rods
- Offered in 8 special finishes: brass, antique brass, bronze, chrome, satin nickel, ivory, black, pewter.
- Four size options only – choose the correct length or slightly longer and then cut to size on site.
- The finial is already attached to the bracket, making installation fast and simple.
- Supplied with matching brackets and screws with a clearance of 14mm.
- It is important to note that, like most stair rods, the Jubilee rods are purely decorative and do not fix the carpet to the stairs; your carpet must be secured by another means of installation such as gripper.
What length to order
- The Jubilee is one of our special ranges of cheap stair rods, along with the Homepride, which you cut to measure.
- The Jubilee stairrods are available in four standard lengths, which can easily be cut to size with a sharp hack-saw, at the time of fitting.
- Option 1 fits a runner up to 700mm (27.5”) in width
- Option 2 fits a runner up to 890mm (35”) in width
- Option 3 fits a runner up to 1200mm (47.25”) in width
- Option 4 fits a runner up to 1500mm (59”) in width
Tips for fitting the Jubilee
- The brackets are supplied with two screws, which need to be fixed to the stairs, either side of the runner. The finials are permanently attached to the brackets (unlike most other designs of stair rods). Cut to measure from one of four standard lengths.
- Position the brackets by the side of the stair runner. Jubilee rods are supplied with No. 6 screws; drill a pilot hole before fixing the brackets to the stairs. For soft wood create a 2.5mm pilot hole and for hard wood create a 3mm pilot hole.
- Remember to set your power drill on a low torque setting so as to avoid breaking the screws.
- The Jubilee stair rods have an invisible lacquer to protect them and keep them looking pristine.
- Simply wipe clean occasionally with a damp cloth and do not polish.
- If you use any household cleaners to clean surrounding wood and paintwork, this should be applied to the cloth and not directly sprayed on the surface of the staircase, as the cleaner can react with the rods.
- If any liquids are spilt on the stair rods they should be immediately wiped with a damp cloth and the dried with a clean, dry cloth.