Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. Stair. By Elise Luthi.
But to keep yourself active and to fulfill your needs you need to move up and down the stairs. The first option to move up and down the stairs is to use a stair lift. But most of the time, these costs so much that many cannot afford them. This is when the stair lift rental comes into being. It is a great alternative to buying one. It either uses electricity to run or is battery operated. It uses heavy materials like aluminum and steel and hence is a secured product. Other than this there a quite a lot of stair lift rental products that are available in the market. The main difference between them is the way they work and the facilities that they offer. Methods which are used by the stair lift rental to transport a person up the stairs are screw method or the rack and pinion method, cable method, and chain method.
Proper stair design has a maximum rise of eight inches, a minimum run of nine inches and a minimum tread width of 9.25 inches. A safe and properly configured stairway should be at 34 inches wide. As a rule the wider steps are safer then narrow stairs. There needs to be adequate headroom above the set of stairs. The required headroom is at least 6 foot 6 inches. When there is a door at the top of a set of steps, it should open away from the stairs for safety reasons. If a door opens toward the stairs a landing is needed so a person opening the door will not be able to push someone on the stairs.
Adjustable brackets are designed to be user friendly, fast, accurate and above all, strong. In fact, the brackets do most of the work. They automatically adjust to the exact rise and run and are approved as "adjustable joist hangers". This allows the risers to act like floor joists, carrying the load across the stair between the stringers which means only two stringers are required for stairs up to nine feet in width. Additionally, each stringer requires only three to four end cuts (only six to eight cuts per stair!)....significantly eliminating dozens of saw tooth cuts which are often required for conventional stringers.
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