Stair Plans - Design And Building Blueprints
Stair plans usually represent a drawing of the stairway for a home or building. The picture below provides you with an example of two stairs that were drawn by an architect for a commercial building. Even though it wouldn't be impossible, it's always going to be easier, to build a stairway or building with a set of building blueprints and stair plans.
What Do I Do If The Stair Design Doesn't Work?
Contact the designer or architect and ask for a correction. This is
usually the best way, because it reduces your liability. If you took it
upon yourself to make the corrections or necessary adjustments to the
stairway and it wasn't acceptable to the property owner, architect,
engineer or building department, you could be financially responsible.
Building blueprints usually provide us with enough information to get the job done, but this isn't going to be the case all the time. You could find yourself dealing with a variety of different problems.
There is a lot of thought that goes into planning a set of stairs, especially if you're dealing with tight spaces, small buildings and low ceilings. If something doesn't work, it can usually be fixed, simply by applying a little creativity, to the situation.
Stairs / Stair Glossary
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