What you need to know before hiring a staircase installation technician…

A Staircase Installation Technician will have :

  • experience in domestic and commercial staircase installation, repair and removal
  • timber & steel staircase experience
  • excellent construction site installation experience
  • extensive experience with hand and power tools
  • understanding in interpreting architectural¬† and structural drawings
  • First Aid certificate

Stairs can take a large number of forms, combining winders and landings.

A staircase installation technician will be able to advise on the best type of staircase for your home or office.  The simplest form is the straight flight of stairs, with neither winders nor landings.

It is not often used in modern homes because the upstairs is directly visible from the bottom of a straight flight of stairs.

It’s also more dangerous in that a fall is not interrupted until the bottom of the stairs and a straight flight requires enough space for the entire run of the stairs. However, a straight flight of stairs is simple to design and construct and the rhythm of stepping is not interrupted in a straight run, which may offset the increased fall risk.

Staircase installation technician will know that L-shaped staircases have one landing and usually change direction by 90 degrees whereas U-shaped stairs employ a single wider landing for a change in direction of 180 degrees, or 2 landings for two changes in direction of 90 degrees each.