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The 4 Steps To Kick Start Your Staircase Project

 

Planning and building your custom staircase can be a stressful task. Most people don’t know where to start or where to go for assistance.  At SA Stairs, we understand your confusion and something we are approached about on a regular basis. The following aspects are to help you identify the biggest challenges homeowners are faced with during the planning and building stages of their staircase project.

Set Your Budget – But Be Realistic

Ultimately your budget plays a big part in the overall design of your custom staircase. That is why planning your budget should be one of the first steps in the design process.  Your budget will give you clarity on the type of stairs you can install. We also recommend that you allow additional funds for the project as often things we don’t expect can arise. own.

Choosing the Material 

Depending on the style of your home and the design you have in mind for your custom staircase, you need to consider the types of materials that are available. Two of the most common materials used for staircases include timber and metal. We recommend choosing a material that fits into your budget,and flows with the overall design of your home. Both material elements have their pros and cons, so a little research goes a long way when deciding which ones meets your personal requirements.

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Planning Your Design

Your staircase design will ultimately be based around the overall layout of your home. The most important thing you need to consider when planning your design is how your new staircase will be incorporated into your existing home design. Two of the most popular staircase styles include stair stairs and curved stairs. Both are recognised for their succinct and accessible form. Mixing your chosen materials with balusters and handrails ensures you get the complete package.

Remember the Space & Safety Factors 

When designing your staircase the last thing you want to do to comprise design for quality. It’s important to remember the space and safety factors that we previously discussed. Not allowing the right amount of space poses safety risks for you and your family. Ensuring you have plenty of room for comfort when using the staircase is important as is the other safety factors including sufficient lighting.

With these four tips, you will be able to build the custom staircase you want for your home. However, if you are looking for more information on this process or if you’re going to get your stairs manufactured today – then contact the experts here at S&A Stairs.