# Any stairbuilders out there?

Hello... any stairbuilders out there? go to group called staircases, hardwood. I just started it. Looking for conversation with professional stair guys.
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http://www.londonstair.com /

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If ya got questions, just ask. I build more than my share of stairs, and I'm sure there are plenty of others here that can help as well. --dave

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RE: Subject
Just curious.
A question for the stair builders.
How often do you find yourself building a set of stairs that is other than a 3-4-5 right triangle?
Lew
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What do you mean? out of square how?
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I'd say my average is normally a 71/8" to 71/2" rise and 10" to 11" run. (The average angle is about 35-37 degrees.) In fact, I can't off hand remember building any that fell into a perfect 3-4-5 rt triangle. --dave

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On Sunday 30 Jan 2005 1:37 am, Lew Hodgett scribbled:

Most of the stairs I've seen and built have been 7 to 7-1/2" rise and 10 to 11" run.
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Luigi
Replace "nonet" with "yukonomics" for real email
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Ah! So you're the fellow who built the stairs to my basement. Let me get my hands around your throat... ;-)
The 8" tread is too narrow for most feet.
Renata
On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 01:37:05 GMT, Lew Hodgett

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What's up Dave? Any stair conversing?
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Howdy there mister Mike, What say you about the stair business locallly? Busy?
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Mike you there?
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I was unable to find your group, sorry! --dave

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hmmm, staircases,hardwood.... i'll look into it Where you from?
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Staircases, Hardwood it seems to work. Try again. You and i can get this group up and going. Other stair people will join in.
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Do you have a link? I have earthlink news and just entered the group name into the newsgroup search with no luck. --dave

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Dave, It's a google group, not under rec.woodworking. Just (Staircases, Hardwood)
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www.southernstair.com
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Mike, Nice website. How about some information on different suppliers, etc. Are you using Chinese parts? Seems we're almost exclusively using them.
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I found ya and will check it out tomorrow. Time to shut this thing down for the night, and enjoy some cold ones. Later --dave

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