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  1. Deck Stairs

    Had a back deck that has a walk out basement underneath but the deck had no stairs. The solution was to build a set of stairs off of the back deck to prevent tracking through the house.
  2. Stair rails

    Here are some of the stair railings I have built. Utah stair rail
  3. Charbonizer Flanc B de Shweesbeirg

    I just completed this stair case. Thx Jij for the chance at getting to use some of this wood. Your project is coming soon. The title I have given this project is and inside joke. No worries, you aren't expected to understand. I find the finish amazing. It looks exotic but is actually domestic...
  4. Angled stair unit

    The pictures do not show that the two sides are, on purpose, not parallel. They are only off from each other by about thee degrees. They are built out of 3/4 AC ply and the treads and risers are 3/4 or 1/4 MDF. One inch box tube makes the railing. The bottom step has that little bump on the...
  5. Modern stairs.

    I couldnt find anyone to build me some stairs without the bullnose overhang on each step to save my life. I know nothing about building stairs but figured i'd give it a shot. I had to glue, and clamp each step and riser together then install it as a a single piece starting from the bottom up...
  6. Log Cabin staircase

    The stairs to the loft were an afterthought in the design of this cabin. The original plan called for a ladder, but after the owner tried using it, they realized that what looks good on paper wasn't practical for their use. With only a few minor exceptions, all the lumber for this is left over...
  7. The Beast

    I call these steps "The Beast" because they remind me of a famous wooden roller coaster in my neck of the woods of the same name. The owner bought this house and needed new steps so she could move in. It was a challenge as I had to pretty much design on the fly. I dug some new footers and used...
  8. Commercial Bar with wall panels

    This is a project I completed a few years ago. For some unknown reason, the completed pictures with the top and mirrors installed, have gone AWOL. This is in a development in Lexington, MI. Edit/Update: Was at this development, building some restaurant table tops and took some photos of the...
  9. Drink Cap on Stairs

    The is a Trex deck with aluminum railings and a drink cap also using Trex decking. The material is spiced rum which is a multi tone board giving a more convincing appearance of wood. The size of this deck is 8'x22'. The highlight of this project that makes it worth sharing is the continuous...
  10. Fiddler on the Roof Props

    As I mentioned in another post I volunteer at a local High School and help out with their Tech Theater. This last Spring they did the play "Fiddler on the Roof". These are some of the props I built for the play. The cart was a fun little challenge but once I got the axle and wheel combination...
  11. Custom hickory stairs

    Custom hickory stair treads and risers, and door facing. Installed over existing pine stairs. *Photos are not the best. The lighting made it difficult to capture how pretty these turned out.
  12. Basement stairs to the shop

    This is what I consider my first woodworking project. I wanted to refinish the stairs that lead down to my basement workshop. The original treads were poorly stained pine. I cut off the noses and put 3/4" Walnut on top. The risers are 1/4" maple ply. The treads are attached with screws and...
  13. Stairs

    We had the carpeting in the upstairs of our house done with engineered hickory hardwood. I had them quote replacing the carpeting on the stairs with hardwood treads and found that it almost doubled the cost of the job - and it's only thirteen steps!. I decided to do it myself. The treads and...
  14. Staircase and Wainscot

    This staircase was built mostly out of salvaged lumber from my shop. The stringers are mahogany covered fir plywood, the treads are fir plywood with a maple nose and cork inlay, the rails are maple, newel posts and balusters made from air dried birch, the wainscot from MDF. This was all primed...
  15. Black Walnut Stair Overhaul

    Full 2 flights of concrete stairs and landings covered in black walnut replacing the original laminate flooring, the construction was so uneven that every piece had to be made out of a template and fitted to the original stair step, wall, and adjacent tile floor. A couple of side shelves built...
  16. Stairs and Railing

    Finally after years of planning in my head I have my dream stairs and railing
  17. Roll away "over the stairs" ramp

    Roll away "over the stairs" ramp I made this ramp for my church. It's used for short periods to move chairs using a dolly. It has wheels so that it can easily be moved into position and put away when finished. A rope is used to raise and lower it. It stores in the upright position. It's...
  18. Bar Materials

    My buddy has, essentially, a fully-functioning bar in his home. His storage area behind the bad was getting cluttered, using an ill-fitting stairstep rack for all of the liquor bottles. He asked for some help, so I made a new one. It is made from 3/4" pallet slats mounted on stringers made from...
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