The video below is of a staircase in my backyard that is a popular sight in the area.
I have a good reason for this, as I recently had to deal with a case of my house getting flooded.
In a freak accident, the water flooded my entire backyard.
My home is about 40m (130ft) in diameter and there are stairs that I have climbed over a number of times to get to the outside.
I am lucky to have a small garage that can handle the load, and the stairs I have chosen are just that, stairs.
When I had the flood, I was still able to climb them and take pictures of them, but the stairs themselves are no longer there.
When the water came, they broke and the roof collapsed, making them completely useless.
I was unable to salvage them because they were washed away by the water and I had to call in the local police and they had no idea what to do with them.
They were very expensive to fix.
So I contacted the local building and it was clear that the water was causing structural damage.
It took a long time to find someone to fix the stairs, and even longer to find the right person to fix them.
After several months of searching, I finally found a builder who is willing to work on the stairs for me.
He is an experienced builder who has been working in the building industry for many years.
It has been a real joy to work with him, and he has been very patient in fixing my stairs.
I love the way the stairs look in their current state and it has been an interesting process.
As you can see from the photo, the roof has not collapsed.
It is only the foundation of the stairs that is now sinking.
I know the story well.
I also love the fact that he is willing, even in this unfortunate situation, to fix my stairs for free.
It’s something that I can use every day to improve my life.
The steps I am about to describe are the first step to rebuilding the stairs in my home, and I hope you will find them to be of value as you work on your own staircase.