Stringers provide support to a staircase and there are many different varieties (see below for the different varieties). Stringer fascia is the finished surface that on a western style stringer is on the inside vertical surface of the stringer.
How Are Stairs Supported?
Stairs are an essential part of any building, whether it be a house, a commercial building, or a public structure. They are a way for people to easily move from one level to the next, and they are typically supported by a structure that is designed to hold them in place.
Depending on the type of stairs that are being installed, there are different ways of supporting them. The most common type of support for stairs is with a string of posts or columns.
This type of support is used when the stairs are being installed outdoors, such as on a deck or patio. The posts or columns are placed beneath the stairs and tied together with steel cables or rods.
The base of the posts or columns are secured to the ground with concrete or a similar material. Another type of support for stairs is a beam.
This type of support is typically used when the stairs are being installed indoors, such as in an apartment building. The beam is usually made of wood, metal, or concrete and is placed beneath the stairs.
The beam is attached to the wall or floor with screws or nails. A third type of support for stairs is a cantilever. This type of support is used when the stairs are being installed on a steep incline or