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Consider a Circular Stair for Space Savings

A circular stair is designed to conserve space with a beautiful appearance. It is very flexible, it that it can be fit into any home needing stairs and can be customized for individual taste. Depending on how many stories you want your circular stair to reach to, the circular stair can be arranged to fit any dimensions.

Attics

Circular stairs are ideal for attics. A circular staircase can replace your old worn out wooden stairs, and give you a more modern look without the extra space.

Basement

A circular stair case is ideal for the basement. It can serve as a fire escape, and provides better ventilation than the old standard stair cases.

Decks

Circular stairs can provide extra room to host parties out on the patio.

Lofts

Especially in small rooms such as lofts, a circular stair can save a lot of space, leaving you more room for a fridge and furniture.

Circular stairs can range from 260 to 360 degrees in diameter. Remember circular stairs are not designed for a lot of traffic, so if people plan on frequently using the stairs, this is not the option for you. Double-helix spiral staircases have bigger steps, so this type will be better designed for higher traffic levels. The construction of the staircase can vary on its location. Wood is ideal for indoor use, and metal for outdoor use.

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