In this short post, you'll learn everything about various types of steel stairs and their fabrication process from start to finish.
Spiral staircases involve complex fabrication processes. Bending processes require full attention to every curve and bend to prevent unnatural shapes.
Most properties that use spiral staircases have limited space to add a straight, L, and other staircase shapes.
These traditional staircases require the least fabrication work because they're straightforward. Straight staircases have no special aesthetics. However, their functionality makes them a crucial part of any two-storey property or higher structures.
These are often the staircase designs situated in corners. They're the best substitutes if there's no space for a straight staircase's length.
Landings remove the risk of continuous fall because it cuts off its height effectively. Plus, L-shaped staircases are greatly stable because of their natural structure.
These do not have the same complexity as metal spiral staircases. However, the processes involved are alike. Thus, fabricators have a faster turnaround time for curved staircases than spiral ones. Plus, its installation is faster because of its stable, multi-point foundation.
These staircases don't pronounce their U-shape massively. They look like double straight staircases due to their attachment.
U-shaped stairs are easy to install because they're naturally stable and secure. You can expect a fast installation time with U-shaped stairs.
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