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May I ask why you want this information? The direction you go is affected by the reason. Is it because you want to sell the house, you just bought it, or you are wanting to repair, etc.? Calling in a building inspector could mean unwanted costs should you not want to repair the staircase.
If you want to sell it and want to find out if it's safe, yes, have the municipal inspector come out. They will do it for free, I believe.
If you are buying and want to know, your best bet is to hire a home inspector.
If you want to repair because you don't think your staircase is safe, a building contractor can come and give you an estimate for repairs and you can ply him for what needs to be done while he's there if you want to do the repairs yourself.
Hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate a 4 thumbs up. Thanks,
Posted on May 25, 2011
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