11 ft from floor to floor with 3/4 rotation then opened up to regular stairs. All pieces made in house with 4 1/2 inch round bar twisted to make handrail top. Then 3/4 inch flat bar for horizontal bars. Had to match up with lower stairs that are 36 inches wide for code so being limited on space I made the treads gradually get larger as you go down from 28 inches to 32 1/2 inches to meet up with lower ones.
I started working with Iron at the age of 10 when my dad first showed me how to weld on a old sears and roebuck welder. And now it has grown into a passion and a way to earn a living for me. I've done many aspects in the world of Iron from working on high rises in San Francisco to creating flowers from scrap metal. Worked in the Corporate world with Bank Of America for 9 years worked on building them there first mobile ATM trucks that were used for emergency deployments and special events and became a specialist on ATM's for them. But now I enjoy the challenges of building custom railings, Furniture and Spiral staircases and everything in between for my clients.