Although the stairs were built using a variety of materials over the years, the wood staircase is still the most common. Here are some tips on how to install wooden stairs. Sets the perimeter of the space. The best way to determine the type of wood staircase you need to measure the area where you will build the staircase. If you have enough space, you can choose a traditional staircase on two levels with rest or a straight ladder.
The ladder can add beauty to your home provided it is not located in an inconvenient spot in the room. Mark a line from the bottom to the top. With one person on the floor and another on the stairs, use a pencil tip or a chalk line to mark a diagonal line to the crossbar. Buying and transporting materials. Install the rails.
With the help of at least one other person, place the crossbar against the line on the wall. Place the pre-cut steps across the rails and secure them. Rivets pre risers vertically cut, between the steps, to the spars. Install a standard railing parallel to the crossbar using vertical knobs. Ensures all assembled rails and the wall at the top of the wood staircase.