interior stair

interior stair

A stair, within a building, that serves as an exit required by code.
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Integrally colored concrete--in which color is added to the mix, not painted on the surface--was used for some of the exterior walls and interior stair steps.
Particleboard is an excellent material for interior stair treads.
Fortunately, access options include exterior ramp systems, wheelchair/platform lifts, interior stair lifts, and residential elevators.
Raising the roof 5 1/2 feet added enough headroom for a master bedroom, bath, and home office on an upper floor, and a 4-foot push-out made room for an entry with an interior stair.
Homeowners, fortunately, have different ways of accessing multiple floor-levels, including exterior ramp systems, wheelchair/platform lifts, interior stair lifts, and residential elevators.
Climb via interior stairs to the top of the four-story lighthouse and view the countryside.
To reach the Masjid roof the walls of the four minarets have interior stairs in the circular form that end in the lounges of each minaret.
The building contains 18 classrooms, a kitchen, multipurpose space, administrative spaces, interior corridors, an interior elevator, and interior stairs. The building exterior features plaster with a bright color palette and aluminum glazing systems.
Duff Stephen F, 1445 E 23rd Ave, Remove/Replace Existing Roof, Convert Finished Attic To Living Area, Reinforce Floor And Replace Existing Interior Stairs, For Sfr, Including Basement, Main And 2nd Floor.