Do you feel like your home has reached a level of staid that it desperately needs to shake up? Or perhaps, you are planning on moving somewhere new soon and want to give your home the perfect send-off. The staircase is an often overlooked but important part of any house. Its unassuming appearance can easily fool visitors into thinking it’s not as important as other areas, but this isn’t the case. It’s one of the first things visitors see when they enter your home. It’s also one of the most underutilized spaces in most homes.
In the past, homes were built with narrow staircases to keep them from feeling fear when walking. They also had smaller rooms due to the lack of insulation, meaning that a small staircase was necessary. Today’s homes have bigger rooms and the windows have double-glazed frames, meaning there is much more room for a larger staircase. A renovated staircase can not only make your home feel more spacious but can add value to it if you consider selling it in the future. The good news is that renovating a spiral or winding staircase is not as difficult as it looks and doesn’t cost too much money. It might involve a lot of construction work, but the result will be worth it! We provide comprehensive information highlighting step by step on how to perform renovation successfully.