Meaning of the 7 different terminologies used in the Staircase
7 different terminologies are as under
- A staircase tread is the physical step of a staircase where your foot is placed.
- From one tread to the next, the vertical dimension is termed as Riser.
- Individual goings of steps are measured from the face of the riser to the face of the riser and should be a minimum of 240mm for residential usage.
- There are two fundamental forms on the stairwell's sides.
- A full stringer is a board that includes treads and risers.
- Cut stringer is installed on the treads and risers' undersides.
- The front overhang of the tread, which is usually 20mm. For a cleaner appearance, modern stairs frequently do not have an overhang.
- Between two flights of steps, there is an intermediate level or platform. Landings, which might be a ½ landing or a ¼ landing, allow for directional adjustments in stair movement.
FLOOR TO FLOOR
- The total rise of the stair is the vertical distance between the top of the lower level completed floor and the top of the upper level completed floor.
Picture showing 7 different terminologies
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