Evo­lu­tion Stair & Rail

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De­cid­ing to push the envelope and ex­plore new ideas, Brad Cook wanted to see what home­own­ers truly de­sire if given the op­tion. “I had worked in the stair in­dus­try for sev­eral years and saw a niche for cus­tomiza­tion be­yond the norm,” shares Brad Cook of Evo­lu­tion Stair & Rail, who of­fers more of an op­por­tu­nity to per­son­al­ize your stair­case in ma­te­rial and de­sign.

Of­fer­ing count­less vari­a­tions of wood, me­tal, and glass to en­hance dé­cors from mod­ern to tra­di­tional and the ever pop­u­lar tran­si­tional, Evo­lu­tion en­deav­ors to make things more ex­cit­ing and be more ad­ven­tur­ous with op­tions for the cus­tom home mar­ket. Host­ing a new show­room lo­cated at #100, 2257 Premier Way in Sherwood Park, Brad adds, “We want to mod­ern­ize that ex­pe­ri­ence by of­fer­ing more of a de­sign stu­dio con­cept where peo­ple can ref­er­ence pic­tures and we ex­pand on that through vis­ual cures of com­pleted work, key­ing onto the de­tails they pre­fer for their own de­sign.”

“A lot of com­pa­nies carry pre-made sam­ples that have been around for years in terms of post and spin­dle styles,” ad­mits Brad. “We of­fer a fresher per­spec­tive and al­low clients to dic­tate their di­rec­tion in­stead of hav­ing that di­rec­tion dic­tated to them.” Not­ing in­dus­try trends that ap­pear to be shift­ing from tra­di­tional or­nate wood features to more straight-lined, sim­ple geo­met­ric de­signs, Evo­lu­tion has seen glass ac­cel­er­ate in use, be­com­ing a much larger part of cus­tom home dé­cors with stain­less steel rail­ings. Pop­u­lar for decades, the tra­di­tional curved stair­case is now tak­ing a more an­gu­lar shape with a cen­tral or mono stringer sup­port­ing more grace­ful de­signs that cap­ture a lighter qual­ity in terms of struc­ture. “The in­dus­try has ex­panded to be in­clu­sive of more of these mod­ern con­cepts that work well in many of to­day’s dé­cors.”

A hands-on com­pany that works one-on-one with the client from con­cept to com­ple­tion, Brad con­cludes, “At Evo­lu­tion you deal with the same person and from our per­spec­tive we feel that it’s more per­sonal and the client is more com­fort­able with a sin­gle point of con­tact. Plus it helps to avoid the pit­falls of mis­com­mu­ni­ca­tion that can hap­pen be­tween de­sign and con­struc­tion.”

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