deck treated stair treads

Buy three treated 2x10s, two 2×12 skirts and two 2x4s sized to the next larger length and you'll have plenty of material to work with (the worst mistake is buying material that's too short!). Get a 6-ft. 2×6 for securing the stairs to the deck (Photo 8). You'll also need two 2x6s for each tread and a 1×8 for each riser. Use 3-in. deck howto stair_building_instructions.htm What's this video to learn more about building stairs with pressure-treated building materials. If Redwood decks, ordinary wood stairs (exterior) and pressure treated wood stairs (exterior). This area has lots of drywood termites. The pressure 

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Wherever outdoor stairs are desired or required, count on this durable stair tread. High-grade and long-lasting, this tread comes with a lifetime limited warranty against rot and termites. Ideal for a variety of applications, including decks, gazebos, terraces and other outdoor projects, where the stairs will exposed to the 

Set the foot on either a 6 x 6-inch (150 x 150 mm) treated wood timber or roofing paper (if set upon concrete) to prevent rot. Ideally, the stair tread should be built from a composite wood material designed for exterior decking for its durability. 2. Measure the height of the stair from the bottom of the decking -- or top of the floor 

Stair nuts used on a framing square can be handy for marking out risers and treads, but stringer wane and eased edges make them difficult to use accurately. .. Field-treating cuts is common practice for Western deck builders, but for those of us framing decks with pressure-treated southern pine, it's not.

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2 x 12 x 4' Treated Stair tread. MicroPro lifetime limited warranty; Relief cut bottom for stability; Environmentally friendly; Grooved surface for traction; Additional packaging and handling charges may be required. Dimensions: 2 x 12 x 4. Shipping Dimensions: 48.0 H x 11.25 W x 1.5 D. Shipping Weight: 24.0 lbs.

2 Use 4-foot level and tape measure to find the total rise of the staircase. 3 Divide total rise by number of steps to find height of each riser. 4 Set framing square and straightedge to height of riser and width of stair tread. 5 Use framing square to mark saw-tooth pattern of steps onto a pressure-treated 2x12. 6 Notch the stringer 

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chapter 10. DECKS, STAIRS, AND OTHER EXPOSED WOOD. ASSEMBLIES. 10.1 GENERAL. This section addresses light-frame construc- vulnerable and should be protected even in tion (generally 2 inch to 4 inch thick smaller members. Periodic application of a members) exposed to the exterior elements. water repellent 

If you want a more stylish appearance than a standard deck board, our bullnosed stair treads are just what you need.

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