Build banisters yourself


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Build banisters yourself

The banister is the business card of a house. There are many beautiful options made of different materials, depending on your taste.
Even combining materials is not a problem.
Do-it-yourselfers can easily build stair rails themselves. It is important to abide by the rules. If you only want to replace a staircase, because the old woman is no longer beautiful or broken, it is easier. Since only the stairs themselves are renewed. The statics and all other measurements are already given. You do not need great instructions. However, you should already go to work with a good plan.
Also, you should be able to calculate everything well. Meanwhile, there is also a corresponding software for it. A staircase does not always have to be straight. Even spiral staircases make themselves super nice in houses.
For outdoor use other materials than for indoor use. But the actual handling remains.
building instructions
If one decides in favor of a full foundation, the earth must be dug approx. 80 cm deep.
Concrete with a strength of B15 and B16 filling is now poured into this recess. This granular concrete lets the rising damp seep down.
The steps are then set on this foundation. Their material is variable. If you decide to galvanize, then the stairs no longer need to be clad.
Now mortar is applied to the foundation. The layer should be about 4-5 cm thick.
So that no water can stand on the stairs, you should not forget a small slope.
There are prefabricated panels for all stairs. They just need to be cut to size and can then be glued to the steps with a special glue. The finished parts are available in different patterns and design.
For the interior you should also think of impact sound insulation. Because on stone as well as on laminate one hears every step. That can quickly become annoying.
Everything that is changed in rented rooms, a permission from the landlord must be obtained.

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