Balusters Removed, New Oak Treads , New Risers, Balusters
Treads Stained and Finished
Scratch Built Stair in Pine Made to look Victorian.
Removed old Railings, Wrapped Stair Frame with Alder, New
Alder Railings and Newel
New Iron Balusters and Refinishing
The Bottom of the Alder and Iron Stair Showing Alder Wrap
on the Stair Frame and
Alder Wrap on the First Riser
This was a total gut. Old Tread Were Removed Landing Area
Received New Oak Flooring
and Stair Nosing, New Oak Treads, Skirting Was Installed
With Miter Returns to the Risers.
Treads Installed With Miter Returns, New Railings With
Old Oak Stair Parts Removed. New Alder Set with Iron
Balusters. Tread Caps Were Installed
on Both Stair Tread sides
New white Oak Treads on an open stringer stair. This stair
will not meet current codes but they look good.
We milled the white oak 2 1/2 inches thick for a beefy
New False Tread Caps, Newel,Iron Balusters, Handrail and
Paint and Stain. These were fully
carpeted with an ugly pressed wood tread. We repaired the
wood to the sides of the stairs, primed
and painted then installed the tread caps to keep a crisp
paint line. The stair required a great deal
of paint prep.
Here is a look up. Notice how clean the paint line is.