There is nothing like knowing that the stairs that you are investing your money in are some of the best quality product available to you. It is not only satisfying to know you money has been well spent, it is also great to know that whatever you have bought will last you a couple of decades. That isn’t something you can say about stairs that you have built on site. But prefab stairs on the other hand are great for all the things that you need them to do. There are other ways in which you can get good prefabricated metal and wooden stairs, but the easiest way to get them s to ask your contractor about them. Since most contractors are in the loop with these things and because they will be able to get you the best possible price. Another advantage of working with them on things like this is that they can get you people who they have worked with earlier which means that you will be paying a discounted price for someone you know for a fact will deliver on whatever commitment you ask of them. How can you be so sure? Simple! Ask the contractor to give you details of the guy who they have worked with in the past.
It takes a carpenter an average of 10 hours to build a single flight of stairs. Multiply that by 6 for three floor worth of stairs and that is pretty much you week wasted away. And lets not think that you can put more people on the job. If the lower level of the stairs aren’t built thorough, where is the carpenter going to stand to make the stair tread on top?
With prefab stairs all you have to do is pick up the phone and tell the guy on the other side the design you want and the dimensions you want it in. It really is that simple.