By Chris Hwang, Time, August 26, 2018The staircase at your home is the symbol of stability.
It holds your home together, even in a storm.
If it collapses, your entire family will be lost.
But there’s a way to fix it without rebuilding your home.
It can be done with a little paint.
And it will cost you less than a $10 piece of wood.
But before you go out and buy that $10 wooden stairway, be sure to consider this: If you paint a staircase with paint, you’re potentially putting yourself at risk of serious injury.
It could be that the stairwell won’t hold the weight of your furniture, the ceiling, or the wall.
In fact, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), stairwells that are painted with paint are nearly 50 percent more likely to collapse than those that aren’t.
A new study from a group of scientists published in the journal Climatic Change found that stairwell paint can damage the joints of the stairway and cause structural damage.
In the study, the researchers used a series of stairwell design criteria to calculate the likelihood that stairways could collapse.
Their study found that, for a stairwell to collapse, it must: have a single horizontal or vertical opening; have a high probability of being supported by an obstruction; have an open-air configuration; have multiple horizontal or upwardly-sloping openings; and be of moderate strength.
In their analysis, the team found that a stair with a high likelihood of collapsing was a 3 percent likelihood of being the cause of a major structural failure, or a 15 percent likelihood in a non-collapse situation.
So how can you tell if your stairwell is an appropriate stair for you and your family?
There are several options.
You can start by painting it white.
If you’re in a hurry, you can buy a paint brush to paint your stairway.
This will help you to avoid any potential damage that could happen to your home and property.
You’ll also save money by painting the stairs with a different paint or coating.
A painting with a higher concentration of paint will result in more visible, durable, and durable paint, according the CPSC.
This is why it’s best to paint the stairways with the same paint that you paint the walls and ceilings.
In addition to being easier on your home, a white paint paint will also protect your home from the elements.
The other option is to purchase a coat of concrete or steel to add to your staircase.
The CPSC recommends that you use steel for stairways that don’t have openings, so that you can’t use a paintbrush to paint them.
This coat of steel will protect your stairs from the weather and will keep them from falling in the event of a collapse.
If you decide to go with concrete, it’s worth paying extra attention to the quality of the paint.
The more concrete you use, the more likely it is to hold up in the elements, and the more protection it offers against water and dust.
A coat of paint with the proper paint can last for up to 60 years.
So if you paint your stairs with the correct paint, it will be able to last up to 50 years.
But if you decide that your staircase isn’t going to hold its own against the elements for a long time, you should consider painting a different color.
The best way to do this is to use a primer or stain to coat the entire staircase with the appropriate color.
The paint will last longer if you use a similar color for each color of paint.
To determine the right paint for your stairways, you’ll want to compare the color to a color list that includes the other colors of paint that your stair will use.
You can also consider using a different material to add the paint to your stair.
This can be an old wooden stair railing or a metal ladder.
The paint can be applied to the wooden railings, then applied to either the metal or wooden ladder.
For example, if you’re painting a stair that will use a metal rail, you might choose a darker material that you plan to use for the ladder.
Then, you could add a coat or stain of paint to the entire stairway to cover it up with the lighter material.
You could then use a different stair to reach the ladder, or you could paint a new stair with the new material.
In all of these examples, you’d be able the finish the stair with just a touch of paint, or paint the entire exterior of the staircase with a similar shade of paint or stain.
This is a good way to avoid putting yourself and your home at risk in a collapse if you plan on painting your stairs.