Stairs

Stairways should be designed, arranged and installed to afford safety, adequate headroom, and space for the passage of furniture. In general, there are two types of stairs in a house, those between finished areas usually referred to as main stairs, and those which lead to areas used only for storage, laundry and heating equipment, such as unfinished basements or attics. The main stairs, built to provide ease and comfort, are often a feature of design, while stairs to unfinished basements and attics are usually somewhat steeper and narrower and are built of less expensive materials. If the basement or attic is to be used as a living space, however, the stair dimensions should be similar to those of the main stairs. Stairs may be built in place or built as units in a shop and set in place.

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