32mm Natural Jute Bannister Rope 12 Foot With 4 X Low Profile Fittings - £135.00
32mm Natural Jute Bannister Rope 12 Foot With 4 Low Profile Fittings
You will receive 1 x 32mm natural jute bannister rope with 4 low profile handrail brackets of your choice. Please note, our bannister ropes are measured from behind each knot. 1 handrail bracket at either end of the rope will be screwed into place, leaving the middle 2 brackets free-flowing, for you to position.
Bannister ropes add a great feature to any staircase, not only adding safety but also adding practicality. All bannister ropes are handmade to order at our factory in Sunderland. These can be manufactured to your required length. If you require a certain length which is not shown on our website, then please give us a call.
This bannister rope comes complete with two man rope knots tied at either end and four low profile bannister rope fittings.
- Handrail bracket behind each knot will be secured on arrival
- Compliments both classic and contemporary interior settings
- Soft to handle, easy to grip
Natural Jute Rope
Natural jute rope is one of the most affordable natural fibres on the market. Jute Rope is made from a hard wearing 100% natural fibre. This rope is strong, but also soft on the hands. The natural colour makes it the perfect choice for a bannister/handrail rope. It has good resistance to sunlight and good knot-holding ability.
- Strong Hard Wearing Rope
- Natural Coloured Rope
- Good knot holding
Bannister Rope Fittings
Bannister rope fittings are specially made for RopeServices UK, adding an exceptional finish to any bannister rope. Our fittings are manufactured to fit our ropes, and we cannot guarantee they will fit ropes which are bought elsewhere. These are available in a number of colours, and range from diameters 24mm, 28mm, 32mm and 36mm. All of our fittings will be supplied with all fixing screws.
- Polished Brass
- Polished Chrome
- Satin Nickel
- Powder Coated Black
- Copper Bronze
- Gun Metal Black
Bannister Rope FAQ
IT IS ADVISABLE TO READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOUR BANNISTER ROPE IS SECURELY FIXED TO THE WALL - PLEASE BE SURE TO KNOW THE TYPE OF WALL IT IS BEING ATTACHED TOO.
When securing the brackets onto the rope at your chosen spaces, it is advisable to make a pilot hole through the rope with a tapered ended tool such as a Pozi / Philips screwdriver, this will enable the screw to drive straighter to the bracket shaft. A small amount of manoeuvring should be expected.
1 - PLACEMENT OF THE ROPE - Hold the rope in position and mark where the fixings are to be attached (wooden mounts/handrail brackets). Bear in mind that the natural drape of the rope (approx 5%) will show over the first to second month after installation.
2 - ATTACHING HANDRAIL BRACKET MOUNTS - ROPESERVICES UK recommends that hardwood mounts are used with each bracket and can be supplied by us with your rope.
Our mounts are pre-drilled to suit a no 10 countersunk screw but if larger screws are to be used you must re-drill the holes to stop the wood from splitting.
Please make sure that you use the correct length of screw to suit the job - it is recommended that a 2 1/2" (60mm) screw is generally sufficient but you must make sure that it has penetrated the well beyond the plaster and into the solid bricks or stone.
Align the holes in the mounts to run in line with rope this will enable the bracket screws to avoid the steel screws when fixing.
If drilling through dry lined or plaster boarded walls, it is recommended that extra precaution is taken because of the gaps behind the boards, some sort of infill or reinforcement may be required.
Before fixing the mounts into position. you can stain, seal, polish or paint them or they can be left in their natural state.
3 - ATTACHING HANDRAIL BRACKETS TO THE MOUNTS - use the screws provided (4 per brackets)
If fixing brackets directly to walls without the mounts, suitable screws will be needed as the screws supplied are only suitable for the mounts attachments.
Before screwing into position, make sure the steel screw heads are covered and the bracket holes avoid them. Form pilot holes in the mounts with a fine drill to avoid splitting the timber.
IF YOU ARE UNSURE ABOUT ANY ASPECT OF ATTACHING THE MOUNTS AND BRACKETS, WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU SEEK PROFESSIONAL ADVICE FROM A COMPETENT JOINER OR BUILDER.