To install stair treads, measure and cut the steps, apply stain, add polyurethane to the stringers, and install the steps. You need a miter saw, stain, polyurethane glue, a rubber mallet and a measuring tape to complete ... More »

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To install stair treads and risers, measure the stairs, buy or make appropriate risers and treads, apply adhesive across the base material, and tack the pieces on with thin nails. The stairs may be used in approximately ... More »

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To install nonslip stair treads, cut each tread individually to fit the step, apply epoxy to the overhang of the tread and contact cement to the stair, and push the tread into place. Measure and cut each tread individual... More »

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Construct steps for a staircase by carefully measuring the vertical and horizontal distance the staircase must cover, measuring and cutting the stringers, and cutting and installing the treads and the risers, says Popula... More »

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To build basic wood steps, collect tools and materials, calculate the steps rise and run, cut a pair of stringers, cut treads and risers, and then attach the treads and risers to the stringers. Once the steps have been c... More »

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To install stair railings, first measure from nosing to nosing using a tape measure, and then add 2 feet to that number. Use a stud finder to find the wall studs to support the rail properly. Use masking tape to mark eac... More »

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To build a set of stairs, calculate its rise and run, cut stringers according to the calculations and install them, then attach the treads and risers to the stringers. Building stairs is fairly straightforward, with just... More »

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