Staircase Understairs. Thursday , October 25th , 2018 - 20:53:46 PM
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.
Depending on the pitch of the stairs, there may be enough room at one end to stand, in which case the space can be put to many uses. If the water supply and drain lines are close, you could install a shower or toilet, or even turn the area into a mini-utility room, fitted with a washing machine and dryer.
Have you ever wanted to redesign your staircase with glass panels to create more space in your home or make rooms feel more open? Isn't it inspiring to know that you can customise your staircase with stair parts and hand rails to suit your own personal taste? At Pear Stairs, we can help you create that staircase you have always wanted. If you have a certain design or look for your staircase in mind.
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