Our Partners
UBS key4 mortgagesBaloise

This is how we find the right expert for you

Quality over quantity

We only work with a maximum of 3 companies per region who have convinced us with their work and who offer fair value for money.


Houzy supports regional craftsmen, so we only recommend businesses near you. Moreover, you save money thanks to shorter travel times.


Houzy is not just an intermediary. We maintain close contact with our craft partners to ensure your satisfaction.

Data protection

Data security is our top priority. Your data will never be passed on to third parties without permission. You decide which data you share for your offers.

Stairs for indoors or outdoors from stair builder

Stairs for indoors or outdoors from stair builder

The material determines which craftsmen replace or renovate an old staircase with a new one: Metalworkers build stairs made of aluminum or stainless steel, carpenters or joiners build wooden stairs, and masons build concrete stairs. For outdoor use, stairs made of concrete or stainless metal are particularly suitable because they are durable, easy to maintain and weather resistant. Stairs made of wood for outdoors need to be treated regularly. Indoors, the choice of material depends mainly on your interior style.

Get stairs offers

Find experts — it’s that easy


Describe your project

Answer a few questions and describe your stairs project (new construction, renovation or remodeling).


Get offers

Get up to 3 free stairs offers from professionals in your region that we recommend.


Choose craftsman

Choose the craftsman who has convinced you with his offer.



Your satisfaction is our top priority! If an order is not completed to your satisfaction, the request will be reviewed by us.

Straight, curved or ladder staircase?

There are at least a dozen variants of stairs for residential properties. The most common are the straight staircase, where the steps are fastened in lateral stringers, the spiral or curved staircase, which turns helically at least once around its own axis, and the ladder staircase, where a beam supports the treads. In the living area, maple, beech, birch, oak, ash, cherry or walnut are popular because wood radiates warmth. Aluminum, concrete or galvanized stainless steel are especially suitable for modern buildings.

Get stairs offers
Straight, curved or ladder staircase?
Bar railing, belt railing or full railings?

Bar railing, belt railing or full railings?

Railings also come in many varieties. Depending on the staircase, it needs a handrail on the wall on one side and a railing on the other side, or a railing on both sides. Widely used are bar railings or picket railings with vertical bars made of wood or metal, belt railings that run parallel to the stairs, and full railings, for example, made of concrete, glass, masonry or metal. Of course, the materials can be combined, for example, glass with metal or wood with metal.

Get stairs offers

How much does a new staircase with railing cost?

Prices depend on the material and size. The more ready-made elements can be used, the cheaper. The cheapest is concrete, the most expensive is wood. For a straight staircase with a dozen treads, estimate 5,000 Swiss francs for concrete, 6,000 Swiss francs for aluminum and 12,000 Swiss francs for medium-priced wood such as beech. In addition, there are 2,000 to 3,000 Swiss francs for assembly. A simple railing is included, special requests such as all-glass (900 to 1,200 Swiss francs per meter) cost extra.

Get stairs offers
How much does a new staircase with railing cost?

Quality & regionality with our certified craftsmen

No items found.

How do I choose the right craftsman?

Which staircase fits my house or apartment?
Who builds new stairs or renovates old ones?
How much does a wooden staircase with railing cost?
How much does a metal staircase with railing cost?
How much does a concrete staircase with railing cost?
How much does a stair railing cost?
How does Houzy find the best craftsmen in my region?
How does Houzy guarantee the quality of the craftsmen in my region?
How do I decide on the best craftsman for my project?
How much does Houzy earn on my craftsman order?

Articles on the topic