Stairs

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Garden work may require the use of tools that allow you to reach heights of several meters. Let's think, for example, of the renovation of external walls, of houses in the countryside, or of fruit harvesting. In all these cases, it is necessary to use the stairs, essential tools in any building and in any garden or rural and agricultural context. Used for DIY, scales are also used in the professional field, namely in construction and agriculture, but also in the industrial field. Their shape and their support modality allow to carry out works at different heights, which can be even of several meters. All the scales listed in our section are those that serve to carry out important do-it-yourself jobs. Easily transported, these stairs can easily be stored in the car or stored in small spaces. There are also fixed stairs, those in metal, wood and cement that work as a piece of furniture and design. In all these scales, made up of a certain number of steps, one ascends and descends for different reasons. In design ones, you go up and down to access or exit an area located on a mezzanine floor. From the transportable staircases for gardening and DIY, instead, you go up and down to carry out different jobs. You will find all the information on the stairs, in our section. Meanwhile, in this presentation text, we list a brief overview of the most used scale models. The stairs for do-it-yourself jobs are composed of a supporting frame, with one or two pitches, and a certain number of steps. Work ladders can be supported, telescopic, agricultural, extension, articulated and bunk. The support ones are staircases with a single frame that rests on a wall or a support that already exists. The above types of stairs, based on the number of steps, allow you to work at heights of up to four meters. The telescopic ladders, on the other hand, have an extendable double-pitched frame that allows for heights of up to five meters. The four + four telescopic models, for example, are telescopic ladders which initially have four steps and which, lengthening, allow the recovery of four more steps for a total of eight pitch steps. Agricultural scales are particular scale models used for fruit harvesting. These stairs are composed of a single frame that narrows to the tip upwards and a support rod instead of the second frame or flap. These stairs reach heights of up to four meters and are also used for interior work. The flush stairs are composed of a double frame, one of which slides on the other to retrieve additional steps. These stairs allow you to carry out works over five meters. The articulated stairs, composed of a triple frame (one horizontal and two vertical), can also take the form of a scaffolding. The bunk stairs are double-pitched stairs, separated at the top by a square support base. There are also ladders with a rope, telescopic ladders, ie with a single extendable frame. Each of these models must be chosen based on the type of work to be carried out garden stairs they can be in wood, steel, aluminum and aluminum and steel. On the market there are now only aluminum or steel and aluminum ladders. The wooden models, often supported, were widely used in the past, but due to wear on the steps, due to moths and humidity, these models were gradually replaced by metal ladders. It was enough for a wooden step to break under the feet to suffer ruinous falls. Modern staircases are now made of aluminum, a light material, easily transportable and resistant to oxidation. The most used scales are now the double-pitched telescopic ones. These models, made of steel and painted aluminum, are closable, easily transportable by car and take up little space. The height of the work to be performed also allows the number of steps to be determined. The stairs can in fact be three, four, five, seven, eight, nine, ten and thirteen steps. Those with few steps are used, for example, to dust doors and windows. Those with the highest number of steps, on the other hand, are used for work on much higher peaks. With nine steps, for example, the staircase allows you to carry out work up to four meters. To overcome instead the five meters, thirteen steps are necessary. The double pitch telescopic ladders have a number of steps which is indicated by the sum of two whole numbers. These represent the maximum number of steps for each aquifer. The double-pitched "4 + 4" telescopic ladders, for example, have, respectively, four steps that can be extended up to four more. In other models, the number of steps is instead indicated with the multiplication of two integers. The 2 x 9 wire ladder, for example, is composed of two pitches each containing nine steps, where the pull-out can add two more steps. The abbreviation 3 x9 means instead that from the ladder up to nine steps you can get another three additional steps. The work ladders can be bought in the brico centers, in the hardware stores, in the home and garden department of large-scale distribution and in e-commerce. The price varies according to the model and the number of steps. Those supporting nine steps cost just under fifty euros; same price also for the telescopic two-pitched ones. Learn more about these tools in our section.