Building Staircase Banister

Nov 14th

Staircase banister is good tools for those who make the building as a living as well as those who do not make home improvement or maintenance at home. They are especially useful because they do not need to be supported against a wall and can stand independently. Ladders are also large because they are available at different heights. Even if you can buy a stairway ladder at a local home and garden store, you can also make yourself relatively cheap.

Staircase Banister Wooden
Staircase Banister Wooden

Instructions

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Finish wood to size and make sure all ends are squared. Take the two 60-inch pieces of wood and mark where you want the steps to be staircase banister. Begin at the bottom and mark about 8 inches up, then 3/4 of an inch up, then 8 inches, then 3/4 inch. Repeat this five times. Draw the lines for your steps all the way across the front of both 60-inch pieces. You may want to use a box to make sure your lines are straight and level. Draw lines on the back of your wood that is about a 1/2 inch from the back of the pieces. When the pieces are placed together, the lines are on top of each other.

Chisel a 1/4 inch deep cut in all of your selected areas. Insert the end of one of the five flat pieces into the cut and knock it with a club or hammer. Put each piece in one at a time with hammer or club. Repeat the process to the other side. Apply threading to the cuts and point your flat pieces. Screw all your pieces. With the aid of a screwdriver, screw all steps for additional support. Repeat step 8 on the other side of the steps. Start by marking places for your chisel marks. Chisel the rows and point your steps. Follow the prelim and then screw in for extra support. Attach your hinges to a piece of wood on top of your staircase banister. Attach it so that when the steps are closed, it can turn down on one side.