Published at Thursday, July 05th 2018, 09:09:54 AM by Marie Sankt Sankt. Stair
Why are stairs considered to be so difficult? Stairs must be built according to specific building codes and they require a high degree of accuracy to work correctly. With traditional stair construction, every cut is final and you better know what you’re doing or you get to start over again. Multiple stringers are required with literally dozens of precise, free hand cuts required to form the stair. Each stringer must then be attached in perfect alignment for the rise and treads to be secured accurately. This is a very cumbersome process, requiring a great degree of skill and patience.
Many will agree that one of the most accident prone areas of a home or building is the stairs. Statistics will show that a number of accidents occurring on stairs are caused by poor maintenance and sloppy construction. Considering these, it is thus important the stairs be planned out carefully and meticulously to avoid injuries caused by accidents such as slips, trips, and falls from happening in the future.
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