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How to Install Deck Stair Railings |

Read the step by step instructions on how to install deck stair railings. Learn about everything from requirements to construction tips with images.

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How We Rebuilt Our Front Stairs

We rebuilt new stairs at our old home to accommodate the new driveway; see how we did it differently this time, a brand new look for the original merrypad

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How to Build Deck Stairs & Steps |

Building stairs can be one of the most challenging aspects of building a deck. Learn about considerations and code requirements when building deck stairs at

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Porch progress and the baby-do list - NewlyWoodwards

Have you heard of a “honey-do” list? Well, Ryan is taking this list to a whole new level. There were quite a few things on our baby-do list that were still unfinished a few weeks ago. So, instead of getting naggy (or naggier), I asked Ryan if I could make a list for us both. (Shout …

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EVIL LURKS HERE. haha, ive fallen off of horses, moving cars, water skis, snow skis, houses, ladders, 10 ft fences, trees--but its the steps that got me :(

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How to Build a Simple Wooden Deck Rail

Decks over 30″ above the ground usually require railing as a safety measure. There are many different ways to build a rail but this article will discuss the easiest, fastest, and cheapest method. This rail system uses 2″x 2″ wooden balusters and a 2″x 6″ top railing. Use either an outdoor wood made for exposure to weather, redwood, or cedar, which is my personal favorite. I prefer cedar because it’s easy to work with, has a long life expectancy, and is almost impervious to weather. Most…