Everyone understands how important the choice of material for the stairs is. You decide that type of future staircase will depend on how long it will last in your home. The most common material for making stairs to the second floor is wood. But which tree will satisfy all the aesthetic needs of the client? And also provide an optimal ratio of quality and cost. A pine staircase will be the best option; to ensure this, we will consider all the pros and cons of a staircase made of this type of wood.
Pine is a material that has been processed for construction since ancient times. Have sufficiently high technical and operational qualities. It is partly because pine is the most common tree in the Moscow region. Separately, it is worth noting the beauty of pine in the context and the centuries-old rings that give a unique look and texture to structures made of this type of wood.
Pine is often used for the production of many products. It is used to create stairs in cottages, cottages and other buildings.
Such Wood Has A Lot Of Advantages:
- High Strength
- Flexibility And Softness
- The Ability To Varnish Or Paint
- Has A Naturally Beautiful Colour
Wooden stairs made of this type of material will be the best solution for those who value environmental friendliness and simplicity in the first place. Such products give the room comfort and look aesthetically pleasing due to their pleasant shade and beautiful pattern of annual rings. This wood radiates warmth from within, which is an added benefit for most homeowners.
The Pine staircase to the second floor will not create an excessive load on the structure of the house, its foundation, and its walls since this material are very light. Pinewood has a high resin content. Thanks to this, a do-it-yourself staircase made of pine will fill the house with a beautiful aroma of natural freshness, causing a feeling of cosiness and comfort.
Another critical factor in using pine as a choice of material for stairs to the second floor is the cost. Pine stairs will be much cheaper than the complete analogue but made from oak or beech. For this reason, pine is often used not only to manufacture stairs for the interior but also for ordinary staircase structures, such as those that go to the attic or basement.
The last significant advantage of the pine stairs can be attributed to the excellent physical and mechanical properties of this type of wood. It is important to note that if you only visit the country house seasonally and the room is not heated in winter, then the natural wood antiseptic will easily keep the staircase structure in the form in which it was assembled. The steps will remain dry and protected.