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When I built my first deck, almost 20 years ago, I thought I had it all figured out. 4 exhausting months later, I still was not done - I thought I had every detail measured out, only to find that I have got it all WRONG. So I decided to find a...
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Deck Stairs
I spent most of last spring building a big deck, so I wanted a big set of stairs to match. A width between seven to eight feet seemed like ample space for walking and be large enough to give the nearly 40-foot deck a visually complementary stair...
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DIY Stairs
Due to the complexity of staircases, in most cases our staircases are installed by qualified staircase builders. However, our Modular stair product is excellent for the DIY or supply only markets. The Modular stair is in a kit form and is easier...
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Hand Rail or Railing for Steps and Stairways
Install a Matching Wood Handrail on the Wall Side of Your Stairs for Eye-Appeal and Stair Safety
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Loft Guardrail
If you want to know if there's a loft in a building (be it a barn, house or condo), just follow a kid. Kids just love loft areas, which is all the more reason to make them safe.
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Outdoor stairs
Building a stairway can be one of the most intimidating tasks any builder–amateur or professional–tackles. But an outdoor stairway is generally not a difficult project, as long as it is planned and executed carefully. This document...
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Safe Wooden Porch Rail
A handrail mounted to the steps can be unstable and potentially dangerous. You can install a ground-mounted handrail, which will be more stable and more attractive.
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Simple Stairs
A woodworking stairs project.
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Spiral Stairs
I've been building spiral stairs off and on for nearly 30 years. In 1998 I first presented these plans for those that wanted to build their own spirals. I've tried to make these plans as understandable as I could, however there may still be some...
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Stairs
There are two different classes of stairs. The first class is a mill-made stair, which is usually fabricated in a mill shop and shipped to the job site as a kit, ready for assembly and installation. The second class, a carpenter-built stair, is...
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