Kit Stairs - Tips on Measuring
Here are some helpful tips to remember when measuring your
supply only stairs.
measurements must be as accurate as possible, and measured
If you are unsure of
what options will work for you, a plan and side view of
your structure with measurements and other relevant details
such as architraves, doorways, and windows will help us
to assist you in selecting a stair that will fit. Contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When measuring a floor
to floor measurement always take the flooring that will
be added to the top and bottom level into account.
Example: If the bottom floor is to be tiled
the thickness of the tile needs to be subtracted from the floor to floor. If the top level is to have timber
boards the thickness of the timber needs to be added to the floor to floor.
allowing for the width and/or length of your staircase you
must deduct any wall coverings that you have yet to go up
from this measurement.
Example: If you measure the width of the
stair at 700mm and you are fixing 12mm Gyprock later this
needs to be deducted to make a width of 688mm.
Allwood stairs can
help you with headroom issues and the dimensions of the
stair well if required. A detailed drawing including all
the relevant dimensions of the stair well if required. A
detailed drawing including all the relevant dimensions including
the bottom floor to the ceiling of the bottom floor is required.
It should be noted
that commercial buildings have strict guidelines to the
dimensions and clearances of the stair - please contact
us for more information.
Installation of the
stairs normally occurs once the floor coverings and the
gyprock is in place.
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