When I moved into my house, I had to cut down the balustrade (I think that
this is the correct term), in order to get some furniture upstairs (actually
there was a piece of furniture stuck there when I cut it down). Now I'm
getting ready to sell the house and I need to rebuild the balustrade. I was
wondering if anybody had any tips/tricks for determining the angles and
lengths of the pieces involved.
Info: There are currently holes for dowels of the balusters on the stair
treads in question, so I have to be pretty exact on my cuts here.
I do a fair amount of stair work but you're going to have to be a bit
more descriptive in order for me or anyone else to help you with this
Thomas J. Watson - Cabinetmaker
Gulph Mills, Pennsylvania
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