Staircase Understairs. Wednesday , October 17th , 2018 - 01:37:13 AM
One thing that you need to be careful of when you are planning your staircase is the proportions of the stairs. If the height of the steps or the angle at which they are positioned is one we are not accustomed to we may find that the staircase does not feel comfortable to climb or descend. In fact, there are regulations and building codes which dictate how high a step can be and what the maximum angle that the steps can be positioned at will be.
Safety is another factor to be taken into account. Staircases consisting of landings are generally the safest one. These kind of staircases are although used in public places like hospitals, schools and hotels, they can be used in a house too. The utilization of these stairs in a residence will depend on the amount of space it contains and its interior design. If enough space is not available, then staircases with landings are usually not needed.
In some older properties, built towards the end of the 19th century, you often find the staircases are too steep and the treads too narrow for a comfortable footfall, giving you the impression of falling backwards as you reach the top of the stair. This is hardly safe for an elderly person to climb safely, or for a young child to mount. Modern staircases are certainly more attractive but, if you need to be convinced into replacing your old traditional staircase with a modern one, perhaps the emphasis on health and safety could convince you?
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