DenverStair LTD

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DenverStair
Job Completion photos of work from Denver Stair LTD
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Balcony Railing

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Stair Entry

Dark-stain

Dark Stain & Painted Balusters

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Oak Box Newels with Tuscan Balasters

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Looking Down on Stair with False Tread Caps

Babygate

Baby Gate

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Painted Newels & Balusters with Stained Handrails

Grand-entrance

Grand Entrance in Oak

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This Was a Fun Rail

Before

ugly stairrail

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Not improved

Better

New rails and false treads

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A lot better look

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A very traditional stair

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before we started

stair-cut

We use glue lams for stair carraige. they dont shrink and warp over time

Stair-framing

The original stair was too steep and narrow. we added an extra tread

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Three LVL Stringers

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Ready for the side work

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Risers and Skirt are mitered together

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Open riser stair coming together

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Radius landing treads

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Ready for paint

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Complete

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This has got to go

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I leave the rail in for safety

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This took a couple days

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New tread caps,trim and landing tread

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completed View

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Guard rail with tuscan Balusters

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This room was large enough for these 4.5 newels

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961-56 newels come with either square or pyramid caps

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Getting a handrail ready for attachment

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Installing Railbolt into newel

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bolting handrail to newel

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Handrails installed.

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easing assembly

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railbolt now in

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laying out the railbolt hole location

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A bit of glue

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bolt it together

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All in

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Sand and blend Rail to Easing. Easing are made a little larger than rail to accommodate fitting

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Rails are easier cut after installing parts. Fingers are useful on your hands

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Handrail dropped in to check for fit

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A closer look and transfering the layout marks for the baluster holes. We drill them out before installation.

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Bolted in and ready for balusters