How do I measure or enter the height of straight stairs?
<p>The short answer is that it is from the finished floor of the lower level to the finished floor of the next joist. The slightly longer answer provides in-depth knowledge on this subject: To begin with, it depends on whether it is one or more floors. If it's a single storey it's easier. Then you measure the height from the finished surface of the first joist, add the thickness of any floor covering. Then you have a zero point. Then you measure the height up to the finished surface of the next joist and add the thickness of any floor covering. This is the finished height of the stairs. If the staircase consists of several floors in height, the height is specified in the same way with reference from the top of the stairs to the first floor to the top of the stairs to the second floor, the second floor to the third floor and so on. If flooring is to be laid, this must also be taken into account. When the stairs are delivered with finished Eurostair flooring, this thickness does not need to be added, but you still need to control and carefully observe the effect of any floor coverings on the finished height of the stairs.</p>
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