Staircase Understairs. Monday , October 22nd , 2018 - 08:08:14 AM
A staircase is a vital part of a log home as it defines the beauty of the house. It is the staircase that needs to match the style as well as the design of the floor plan of the log home in order to make it look more beautiful than it would without a staircase. Now when you decide to get a staircase for you log home you will have to seek out a few questions and find the right answers to these.
A Bullnose, D-end or curtail step can be added to the bottom of a staircase. If a continuous handrail is used and it ends with a decorative volute, the staircase will have a curtail step at the bottom that accommodates the volute newel post and spindles that will support the volute. A bullnose step is curved on one or both sides, while the tread of a D-end step passes the newel post on the balustrade which then returns back into the side of the newel post.
To start with you need to be aware that staircases can now be made from a range of materials. The most common is still a timber set of stairs which can be made out of different woods. Most homes will have a staircase like this and the majority will cover them in carpet.
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