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Model K33022

Internet #100663944

Store SO SKU #973468

Karina Grey Modular Staircase Kit

$1,583.08 /each

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The space-saving design of the Karina model makes it the ideal staircase to use in replacement of the traditional pull-down attic stairs when converting an attic into a loft, office, or bedroom. It is available in 3 colors - black, white, and grey – powder-coat finish - ready to install. The standard Karina staircase kit is adjustable in height from a range of 6 ft. 10 1/4 in. to 9 ft. 3 in. and with two additional risers (right footed), can be extended to a maximum height of 10 ft. 9 1/2 in. The Karina comes with a handrail for one side. A second-side handrail is available as an optional accessory if needed. The Karina stair treads are manufactured from European beech wood, finished with a light natural stain and clear coat protective sealer. An alternating tread design (right-step/left-step) allows for installation in very limited spaces. This kit can be installed in 4 different configurations. To complete your project, a balcony rail kit is available. Riser bars are available in a set of 20 to close off the back of the treads. Each Karina staircase kit is shipped complete with detailed assembly instructions and a DVD to assist in your installation.

  • Supporting structure made from steel
  • 11 clear-sealed, alternating treads
  • Gray powder-coat finish
  • Space-saving design is ideal for small areas and attic/loft conversions
  • Adjustable height
  • Includes assembly instructions and DVD
  • Important: consult your local building inspector for specifics regarding compliance with the local building codes

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Can this be installed on exterior of house?

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May 3, 2016
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We do not recommend the Karina for exterior installations as the hardware is not marine grade stainless steel and will rust in the weather. Further, the treads have a very light polyurethane protective coating and that is not designed to withstand the weather elements for an exterior installation.
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May 2, 2016
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The Arke Karina Grey Modular Staircase Kit is not intended for exterior installation.
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install staris without rails

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Is it possible to install these stairs without installing the rails? I'm going for the "minimalistic" and "floating" stair look if possible.
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August 13, 2016
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Absolutely, you can install the Karina space-savings series of staircase kits without installing the handrail which is provided in the kit without compromising the functionality of the staircase.
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Install complexity

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I am not a home remodeling pro and I'm not particularly good at this kind of stuff. Honestly, how easy is the installation?
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May 29, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. The Karina model can be installed with relative ease by following the written instructions provided in the staircase kit and available for download on our website at www.arkestairs.com. You can also view the installation video at the same site for a quick and informative review of the requirements to install. When you visit our website, go to the landing page for Modular Read More
Thank you for your inquiry. The Karina model can be installed with relative ease by following the written instructions provided in the staircase kit and available for download on our website at www.arkestairs.com. You can also view the installation video at the same site for a quick and informative review of the requirements to install. When you visit our website, go to the landing page for Modular stairs / Karina where you will find both of the noted materials. Our Customer Sales & Support team can also assist with any questions regarding the installation process by calling our toll free telephone number at (888) 782-4758. Read Less
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how many inches between the top of one step to the top of the next

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there is a way to calculate this in the manual -- but it is in centimeters. Can you provide the answer in inches?
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There should be a measurement listed in inches in ( ) after each measurement in centimeters in the installation guide. You can visit our website at www.arkestairs.com and then go to the landing page for the Karina Modular staircase kit to download the installation guide. On page 6 of this installation guide you will find the measurements listed in inches also for your conversion. Should you need further Read More
There should be a measurement listed in inches in ( ) after each measurement in centimeters in the installation guide. You can visit our website at www.arkestairs.com and then go to the landing page for the Karina Modular staircase kit to download the installation guide. On page 6 of this installation guide you will find the measurements listed in inches also for your conversion. Should you need further assistance, please contact our Customer Sales & Support team via our toll-free telephone number at (888) 782-4758 and our team will be very happy to assist you with the calculation based on the height of your installation when measured from finished-floor to finished-floor. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Directions for assembly I purchased this unit for a unique corner of my home and after many hours of assembly it looks great however I will offer a few words of caution. First the instructional video shows one person lifting this unit to attach it to the wall and quite frankly I don't know how he does it because it weighs quite a bit and thats before you bolt on the stairs or the railings. Next I strongly recomend that you DO NOT pre drill the holes for the railing hardware to the steps as shown in the video. All of the instructions fail to tell you that depending on what configuration you twist the staircase in determines how the railings are placed. The printed instructions show two railing supports being fastened to each of the wide portions of every other step and that only works if you are installing this unit in a straight line only. If you twist the unit to fit your needs the railiings will attach quite differently. My recomendation is to erect the entire unit first and then map out the railings last before pre drilling holes in the steps otherwise you will find out that you may end up with a bunch of useless holes. If you do this just right you will have a beautiful and solid staircase. It is rugged and built to last forever. February 20, 2010
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