Modular system is one of the fastest and least expensive ways to add code-compliant emergency egress to any basement area. Simply “stack” the modules (4 module stack shown) to accommodate your foundation height and add natural daylight to your finished basement. StakWEL features a unique “Grip/Step” design to aid emergency egress and provides corrosion resistant performance at “steel-like” window well prices.
Safety... Unique "Grip/Step" design features a convenient handle and gusseted step to meet building code requirements for egress in an emergency situation.
Inviting... Allows natural daylight and ventilation into lower-level living areas. Soft earth tone color complements the basement interior.
Durable... Constructed of maintenance-free materials that will never rust, rot, or need replacing.
Economical... Easy to install system features modules that simply slide together to create the required window well height for your foundation.
Versatile... Mounding flanges are designed for attachment directly to the foundation wall.
Code-Compliant... Satisfies IRC 2018 Building code requirements for emergency egress in finished basement areas.
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Emergency Escape and Rescue Openings – Section 310
Section 310 of the International Residential Code pertains to all single and two family homes. The intent of this code is to keep you and your loved ones safe by requiring a secondary means of egress in basement level living spaces. This egress allows occupants to escape safety in the event of fire if the main stairway is impassible and provides firefighters direct access to the basement area. BILCO basement doors and egress window wells both meet the requirements outlined in the codes listed below for emergency egress in finished basement areas.
The IRC building code is updated every three years and adaptation varies with each state. Check with your local building department to determine what version of this code is being currently enforced in your area.