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www.thisiscarpentry.com/2011/04/16/scribing-skirt-boards

Apr 16, 2011 ... The width of the opening that the stairs fits into is the width of the stairs plus the thickness of the finished wall material on both sides of the opening. In SC, the standard, by-and-large, has been: site-built stairs with strings installed by the framer, and the finish stairs installed by the trim carpenter or stair ...

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A lot of carpenters scratch their heads every time they finish framing a porch and start on the stairs. There are so many ways to frame stairs on a porch that it's hard to make a logical choice, let alone use the same technique twice. That's why, to work on this story, we gathered together a group of carpenters, all JLC authors: ...

www.familyhandyman.com/carpentry/trim-carpentry/finish-carpentry-tips/view-all

Uneven walls, floors and corners are common problems in finish carpentry. These tips from veteran carpenters will ... molding to complement your trim style. Use transition blocks where stair skirts intersect baseboards, where floor levels change, or at the bottom of door casings where the baseboard is thicker than the casing.

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The top and bottom of stairs where the skirt board meets the baseboard. A stair landing where the skirt board turns the corner. Where the floor level changes and the baseboard continues, such as where tile meets carpeting. Where crown or chair rail moldings that run at angles must turn corners, such as up a stairway.

www.finehomebuilding.com/1997/12/01/ten-rules-for-finish-carpentry

Dec 1, 1997 ... A good framer can ease the finish carpenter's job by providing plumb walls and plenty of blocking for nailers for attaching trim. Or not. But even .... Returns are used in traditional finish work on stair treads, window stools and aprons, butted head casings–anywhere a piece of molding doesn't end in a corner.

www.siia.net/archive/neals/2016/filez/441817/688_1732_441817_3298fe15-e2fa-4e8b-9b7e-38dc1fa5d2b5_82357_5_1.pdf

This is the third part of a series of articles on Stair Trim-Out in a remodel to a 100- year-old cabin built using vertical logs. The project was started by the homeowner and his friend, a carpenter, about four years ago. They replaced the main floor framing and the second floor framing, removed some walls, furred out others, and ...

www.homeadvisor.com/rated.StairmanTrimCarpentry.37112773.html

Stair Man Trim Carpentry has been in business over 25 years, and has been providing excellent stairs for a broad spectrum. Anywhere from residential consumers to celebrities and NFL players. All work is guaranteed up to 2 years, If you break it, we can fix it. All work is adjusted based on your economic affordability and he ...

extremehowto.com/how-to-build-stairs

Nov 5, 2011 ... The end result of our layout procedure is: 10” run, 7 3/8” rise, 127 7/16” stair well length, 37” stair well width, 36” stair finish width. Cutting the Stair. Now that we have directions on paper as to how to build our stair, it is time to begin cutting. Carpenters always measure twice and cut once, a good rule to follow ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Trim+Carpentry+Stairs&v=-VwWGdefM0U
Nov 29, 2016 ... Trimming out a staircase. ... You can walk into millions of homes, (100 years of carpentry,) and you will never find a stair stringer done like this. ... This video is so useful to me now that I am working on projects in my house, precisely my next one is the stairs, which 'm thinking to follow that trim idea due to my ...