Stairs are an essential part of many construction projects, from the porch to interiors. It can seem intimidating to think of making your own, but they are made of just three main parts: stringers, treads, and risers. The first thing when building new stairs is to determine where the stairs will start and where it will end. Calculate the distance from the floor to the top of the staircase. Decide on the best slope for your staircase design according to your personal needs and the amount of space available. Before building a staircase, determine the size and the length of the stairwell and the number of risers, treads, and stair railings you need for your staircase. Also, you must consider what type of staircase you want: straight, L shaped with a landing, curved, complete turn around 180 degrees, etc. When starting the staircase construction, decide how the stringers will connect to the upper and lower floor. Stringers keep the stairs secured on either side. The riser refers to the vertical portion of the step, while the tread is the horizontal portion that connects the stairs as you climb. You may also need to install stair railings. Pre-made stair railings options are available in a variety of styles, but you can also build one from scratch. All in all, a staircase installation takes time, precision, practice, and knowledge. If you’re a handy person, you can try to build the staircase yourself. However, if you feel it is overwhelming, I highly recommend hiring a carpenter who can get the job done professionally. Good luck with finding the best solution. Staircase production is a complex process and make sure you take all possible aspects into account.