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Stair Stringers and Treads Specifier's Guide

works well with 1 and thicker stair treads Detail B is preferred as it eliminates end-grain nailing at the back of the riser. SturdiStep stair tread Finish flooring material Full-length panel riser 19⁄32 minimum front and back of tread TimberStrand LSL stair stringer 8d (0.131 x 21⁄2 ) nails 12 o.c. Nosing may extend a maximum【Get Price】

BOLD STEP Stair Treads and Safety Plates Install Guide

• Position the stair tread against the step nose and carefully align the pre-drilled holes precisely with the pilot holes. Firmly place the cover with adhesive onto the surface taking special care to not obstruct the pilot holes or to slide the tread. • Insert the appropriate screw and tighten until a proper fit/seal is achieved. Do not over【Get Price】

Retro-Fitting My Stairs with Wood -

A retro tread is a stair tread that is slightly thinner than a traditional 1 tread and is designed to cap each existing wood step that is currently under your carpet. Our retro fit stair treads are the easiest way to convert your carpeted stairs into a beautiful new wooden staircase. Our stair treads are a solid wood plank that completely ...【Get Price】

Stairs: How to Install Wood Riser Stairs on Your Deck ...

12/7/2012 Attach treads to the top of each step notch on the stringer with screws. Attach risers to the front of each notch. Drop blocks for stair support are fastened to the back of the front faceplate or outside joist. The stairs are secured to the drop blocks thru the back frame of the stairs.【Get Price】

DIY Stairs Makeover: How To Install Wood Treads Risers ...

29/9/2021 Step 2: Trim the plywood stair tread to size. Notch the ends of the tread overhang. This will allow you to cut it off and ensure a clean fit for your new tread. Using a circular or reciprocating saw cut along the length of the overhang.【Get Price】