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Questions to Ask of Stair Builders

When considering which stair builder to go with, it’s important to focus on many factors, such as price, reputation, and availability. Positive reviews are also important, as you want to choose a construction professional who has provided positive results for others. Asking the right questions of each stair builder will yield you the answers you’re looking for.

  • Do you have a specialty?
    Some stair builders specialize in one type of stair, such as wrought iron, spiral or commercial. Others do all types, such as those for residential porches and decks.

  • Do you provide free estimates?
    Many stair builders will come out to your construction site, home, or office to take an assessment and give a free quote on what it will cost to install or repair the stair case in question. They will incorporate all hardware and accessories such as banisters, treads, balusters, and handrails, along with labor costs.

  • Do you offer custom designs?
    Stair builders often provide custom designs for stairs to fit your home’s unique style needs, whether that involves a curved, spiral staircase leading to a loft, or a wrought iron staircase for your home. Give them your ideas on the treads and other elements, and they will take the measurements, them come up with a unique design for your stair case.

  • What type of wood do you use?
    This all depends on the type of stair case to be built, whether it’s indoors or outdoors, and the intended design. Wood such as oak is ideal because of its durability and aesthetics. Contractors usually also use a variety of metals in addition to timber, such as wrought iron, to create and install stairs as well.
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    Stair builders usually have web sites that inform the consumers of all their basic services. These services can range from free estimates and consultations, to repair and installation. Hours, directions, certifications and photos of previous projects may also be available.

    Stair builders may have backgrounds in construction, design, engineering, architecture, or a mix of all of these. They must be licensed and insured, with plenty of experience to back up their certification. Good skills to have in this business include solid communication and time management skills, business savvy, and technical proficiency in building stairs of all kinds.

    While some may specialize in either commercial or residential staircases, most offer services for both. Stair builders often visit the site first to get ideas, and go over the cost and duration of the project with the client. Whether the client wants custom indoor spiral staircases or standard wooden home stairs with landings and basic railings, the stair builder should be able to advise on a time-line for completion.

    Services typically offered by stair builders include remodels, home improvements, renovations, design, and carpet installation. Some offer specialty services like ornamental wrought iron work, custom spiral steps, or concrete outdoor steps. All should offer the basics, such as spindles, landings, banisters, and railings. Replacement, remodels, and new construction are all basic offerings of stair builders. Online-based companies may offer photo galleries, testimonials, FAQs, free estimates, and products for sale.

    Related professionals include masons, contractors, construction workers, and ironworkers.

    Clients can choose from wood, metal, or carpeted stairs, with treads or without. Whichever design they go with, stair builders should be able to deliver.