Keep your stairways clear of things that may cause you to trip. You don’t need any extra hassle if you need to navigate your stairs in the dark.
Make sure your steps and stairs are in good repair. If there are any that are broken or uneven then get them fixed or replaced.
Make sure your steps and stairs are well lit. Replace any blown light bulbs or fit extra lighting as needed.
Make sure there are lighting switches at the top and bottom of your stairs.
Ensure that your handrails are sturdy and wont cause further injury if you suddenly require their use on a stairway.
Keep an eye on the carpet on any stairways for fraying or loosening. Attach non-slip treads where needed.
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