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Posted by  Gary R on February 18, 2003 at 09:22:51:

In Reply to:  Freestanding Spiral Staircases posted by Chris on February 16, 2003 at 19:36:11:

Here's a page of links that should help answer your questions:

http://www.building.org/texis/db/search/?arg=Spiral+Stairs

Meanwhile, when you say, "...inside the sheetrock..." it seems to imply that what you're talking about doing is enclosing the spiral staircase. If so, then this is not, technically, a freestanding spiral stair. "Freestanding" implies that it is constructed, usually of metal, and will be open to the space around it.

Gary

 
 
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