To determine the number of steps needed to ascend an 8-foot rise, you’ll need to consider the height of each step and any local building codes or guidelines that may dictate specific dimensions. Typically, a standard step height, known as the “riser height,” falls within the range of 7 to 8 inches (17.78 to 20.32 cm). However, building codes may vary, and some regions may allow for slightly taller or shorter riser heights

Staircase design depending on local Building Code guideline in your location. To complete the comfort zone, carpenter and the architect design the staircase or stairs according to code. There is a lot of factors is kept in consideration while designing the staircase such as what will be the the relationship between rise and run ratio, what will be stringer length and what will be landing and ceiling height and how many steps is an 8 foot rise?.

Number of steps for an 8 foot rise will depend on the height of a riser to each tread and it will be also affected by pitch of the stair or staircase. Number of stairs or number of riser (step) is same things. Basically all are depending on height of stairs which you will need to go up which all are based on local building Code that says that you need to achieve comfort zone and a relationship between rise and run.

There is a various component of stair or staircase such as step, riser, tread or going, stringer length, waist slab, landing and flight.

Riser is the vertical distance between two successive steps is termed as riser. The size of the riser ranges from 150 mm or 6″ for public buildings to 190 mm (7- 1/4″) for residential buildings and factories and maximum about 7-3/4″. We take riser height of 7″ high for estimation of number of steps.

Tread is the horizontal top portion of a step where foot rests is known as tread. The size of tread or going or run ranges from 10″ to 11″ for residential buildings. Step is made of one tread and one riser. Number of step riser is one more than number of steps (treads) on stringer.

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**How many steps for an 8 foot rise**

Total height from top of 1st floor to top of 2nd floor which is divide by 7 inch to give number of stairs or steps or riser in any particular height of ceiling which you will need to go up.

To figure the number of stairs you would need to go up an 8 foot rise, multiply the height of floor by 12 to convert feet in inches, and then divide the floor height in inches by 7. The result will be your number of steps you need to go up an 8 foot rise. Number of steps riser = (8×12)÷7 = 13.7, round up as 1 4. So, you would need approximately 13 to 14 steps for an 8 foot rise.

To determining the number of steps for an 8 foot rise, you divide the height in inches by 7 inches; if, say, the floor-to-floor rise is an 8 foot, (or 98 inches) high, then you’ll need 14 step riser (96 divided by 7 equals 13.7, round up as 14) and 13 number of steps (treads) on stringer (one less than riser). So, you would need approximately 13 to 14 steps to go up 8 feet.

To determining the minimum number of steps for an 8 foot rise, you divide the height in inches by 7.75 inches, for an 8 foot (or 96 inches) rise, you would need 13 step riser (96 divided by 7.75 equals 12.38, round up as 13) and 12 number of steps (treads) on stringer (one less than riser). So, you would need minimum 12 to 13 steps to go up 8 feet.

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**Conclusions:-**

Considering the standard riser height set by the code, which is 7-1/4″, the number of steps for an 8 foot rise or ceiling home is 14 steps riser and 13 steps (treads) on stringer.