Those who appreciate minimalist design may want to install alternatives to stair lifts, which are usually open-minded and do not have visible support under the stairs. These eye-catching stairs add visual interest to a home with its modern design. Before building floating stairs, check with your local construction office.
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Determine how many steps you need by measuring the total increase of the stair lifts from the ground to the top. Determine the riser height you want based on the code requirements. In general, the maximum height of a stair riser should be no more than 7 inches and at least 4 inches, but your locale may differ. Share the total increase in stair height to find out how many stairs you install. Attach the bottom plate and the upper head plate to the center support tube. The plates are the flat metal plates that connect the long metal cylindrical support tube to the floor and the top of the staircase opening or staircase.
Screw the upper collector plate alternatives to stair lifts to the well open 1 inch down from the finished floor by drilling guide holes and securing the plates with bolts. The base plate should be down when mounting the main plate. Place the center support tube so that it is parallel to the adjacent wall, and screw the base plate to the floor by drilling the pilot hole and securing the wooden screws. Attach the steel lane support at the predetermined pitch height by pushing the locking sleeve up from the bottom of the center support. Secure with bolts hex head steel and place a locking pin and nut over the bolt. Tighten your fingers, adjust the exact height and tighten with a wrench.