The purpose of trap in any home is to provide a transition from one floor level to another. In most of the homes today, trap are the centre of attraction and is in plain sight. Thus, choosing a trap ontwerpen for your house floor plan becomes very important especially when the location is so visible.
The floor plan layout for your home must consider the type of trap ontwerpen that will be included and how it impacts the overall design theme and traffic flow of your house. Considering all the factors such as your budget, location of the stairs, available floor space and the finish of the stairs will guide you to the best type of trap ontwerpen for your home. Here are some of the things to think upon when choosing a trap ontwerpen for your floor plan:
Whether to opt for a custom or pre-built trap ontwerpen? : Most of the homeowners stick to the basic layout for a trap ontwerpen. A pre-built trap kit, on average, is an affordable and sensible solution for your home. However, the cost increases as the ontwerpen become more complex with things like curves, landings and high end finishes.
There are exceptions where a unique ontwerpen concept may present itself. This is often seen in high end luxury homes where the owner has a desire for something out of the ordinary. The cost, here is much more significant. Custom trap ontwerpen are more expensive as compared to pre-built.
- What all options do you have for choosing a trap ontwerpen? : There are a number of trap ontwerpen to choose from. Each of the ontwerpen can be pre-built or done as a custom piece. Following is a list of most common trap ontwerpen in order from the most economical to the more costly option:
- Straight- It is the simplest of them all. It provides a straight run from one floor to the next.
- L-shape- It is called L-shape because at a point in the run of the stair a 90° angle is formed at the landing creating the shape of an L.
- U-shape- It is similar to the L-shape trap, but the landing extends the width of the trap creating what is a u-turn transition typically midway up the trap run.
- Flared- The trap treads fan out and widens as the run extends to the floor.
- Curved- The trap run bends or bow as it transition from one floor to the next.
- Open Rise- The rise is open between each trap tread as you move to the next floor.
- Spiral trap- The treads anchor to a center pole as you transition to the next floor moving in a circular motion.