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More stories about Staircases

  • Hidden Hatch

    Unwilling to sacrifice floor space to a standard stairwell in an already compact floor plan, architect Richard Morongell designed and built this custom hatch cover.

  • Using Bending Rail

    Laminating a curved stair rail takes sturdy forms and a lot of clamps.

  • Building a Curved Stairway

    Simple framed walls support the treads and act as forms for bending the rails and stringers.

  • Period Kitchen Remodel

    Vintage details and clever reorganization help an updated space blend into an old home.

  • Coping Trim With a Grinder

    A high-quality angle grinder makes quick work of intricate copes in hardwood crown.

  • Installing Cable Railing

    With a couple of specialty tools, you can offer this sleek look to your high-end customers.

  • Toolbox

    Festool RO 150 FEQ 6-inch Rotex sander; two ladder-levelers; remodeling; chain saws

  • Squeak-Free Stairs With Pocket-Hole Screws

    On a new-construction job it's a good idea to give the drywallers a heads up; they can cut the pieces that go on the bottom of the stringers and set them aside for installation after the stairs are finished.

  • Letters

    License decision judged unfair; cheap fix for plywood paneling; deck-ledger brackets; more

  • NuRock teams with nonprofit to aid victims ofdomestic abuse

    Canton, Ga. -‘You could hang glide out here,” said affordable housing developer Rob Hoskins, referring to the open space and picturesque hills of this bedroom community located 40 miles north of Atlanta and minutes from mountains the Cherokee Indians called “The Great Blue Hills of God.”