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IBC-Compliant Stairs

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By Mark Reed
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IBC-compliant stairs meet the rigorous standards outlined in the International Building Code (IBC), ensuring they are suitable for public and commercial use. These stairs are designed to provide maximum safety, durability, and accessibility by adhering to specific guidelines for materials, design, and construction practices.

IBC-compliant stairs incorporate features such as appropriate riser heights, tread depths, and handrail continuity to enhance user safety and comfort. These stairs are essential in ensuring that buildings comply with standardized safety protocols, preventing accidents, and facilitating accessibility.

Key Benefits:

  • Safety: Adheres to stringent safety guidelines to prevent accidents.
  • Accessibility: Ensures stairs are usable by all individuals, including those with disabilities.
  • Durability: Built to withstand heavy use in public and commercial settings.


  • Public buildings
  • Commercial facilities
  • Industrial sites
Q: What are IBC-compliant stairs? 

A: IBC-compliant stairs meet the safety and construction standards outlined in the International Building Code, making them suitable for public and commercial use.

Discover IBC Compliant Stairs with ErectaStep

Improve the security and legal standards of your projects by using ErectaStep’s IBC-compliant stairs. Our commercial stairs are well crafted to meet the IBC code standards for commercial stairs hence conforming with safety standards. These include riser height, tread depth, position of handrails, and total width of the stairs. Our products that adhere to IBC codes not only protect the lives of people but also guarantee that your installations are thoroughly safe and accompanied by the best building codes.

Our friendly stair experts can help with questions, quotes or project consultations.

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