If you have already cut their stair and have the appropriate increase and duration of each step, you have completed the hardest part of building your stairs. The next thing to do is ride their stair correctly to the plate edge to ensure you have a solid set of long stairs. Instructions mounting deck stair stringer, dry suits their stringers. The bar should rest on the floor and be flush with the plate rim. Be sure to mount the crossbar so the first step of the cover is the same height as each of the steps that you cut.
Space your deck stair stringer properly. The distance between the beams must be almost never more than sixteen inches, but in some cases will be as close to twelve inches apart. This depends on the type of cover you are using, so be sure to determine what is required to cover you choose.
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Place your properly spaced stair with screws or nails through the back of the board edge at the back of the bar. Attach a mounting corner inside the two outer bands and attach a hanger to any interior beams to complete the installation. Install covers and risers to complete your deck stair stringer.