For general access stairs a maximum allowance of 12 steps before a landing is required.
How Many Stairs Before Landing?
The number of stairs before landing is not always the same. It depends on the type of staircase, the particular building, and the size of the landing. Staircases that are built for residential buildings usually have fewer stairs before landing than those built for commercial buildings.
A staircase for residential buildings will typically have about 12 to 16 stairs before landing, depending on the number of floors the building has. A staircase for commercial buildings usually has more stairs before landing, usually around 18 to 20 stairs. This is due to the larger size of the landing and the need to accommodate more people.
Staircases that are used in public areas, such as schools, malls, and museums, will also have different numbers of stairs before landing. This is due to the need to accommodate more people and the larger size of the landing. A staircase in a school or mall may have up to 24 stairs before landing, while a staircase in a museum may have up to 32 stairs before landing.
The design of the staircase also affects the number of stairs before landing. A spiral staircase, for example, may have only four stairs before landing, since the staircase wraps around in a circle. A staircase with a landing in the middle typically has more stairs before landing than