About Us

The Team at Stepahead

The Team at Stepahead

Stepahead Carpentry was established on 2003 by Kevin Willetts and Adam Chamberlain, who both have a combined 30 years experience in the industry.

Both Kevin and Adam are qualified tradesmen with strong abilities in design, manufacture and installation.

In 2014 they were joined by Joshua Mullineux who also has 15 years experience in the industry.

We are also members of Network Builders Pty Ltd and the Housing Industry Association (HIA).

Stepahead Carpentry specialises in custom design staircases and we provide a complete range of timber, wrought iron and glass balustrading from traditional to contemporary to suit commercial, domestic and industrial projects. Room dividers, colonial arches, external friez work, finials and pillarettes are also available. We are also happy to provide sound advice and guidance with any of your traditional requirements.

Stepahead Carpentry are the choice of many because they know that each job features thoughful product design, fine workmanship both in assembly and installation, precision turning and detailed finishing. Stain grade interior works are made from all the popular designer timbers. As you plan your stair you must make decisions. The choice of quality balusters, newels, handrails and accessories is important. You must be certain your stair is designed to meet local building codes.

At Stepahead Carpentry you will be certain to meet all the above requirements. We cover areas from Northern New South Wales to Toowoomba and the Sunshine Coast.

All polish-stain grade staircases are installed with protective ply and plastic covering. Easy to assemble kit-form staircases are also available.

For many years we have been helping architects, owner builders and builders to create structures that celebrate remembrance of a grand heritage and elegant entrance transforming the essential into the extraordinary. We take great pride in our achievements, and look forward to providing you with a staircase of which you can also be proud.

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