How to Fit Stairs?


To fit stairs, first measure the joist thickness and make some cuts on the newel post so as to let it to hang on the trimmer joist. Secondly, cut the wall string and newel post back to the riser and secure them in place using screws. Next, you will have to make a skirting cut prior to the fixing of the staircase. Finally, use a square to mark the cut, drill and screw the stringer into the wall.
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