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Solving Tough Miter Angles for Staircase Baseboards Video: Solving Tough Miter Angles for Staircase Baseboards

Use a sliding T-bevel and simple angles to simplify skirtboard and landing transitions

Q & A: Splitting angles

Laying out winder stairs
Tip: Laying out winder stairs

Building Finish Stairs
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Building Finish StairsOnline Membership Required

With a housed stringer on one side and an open, mitered stringer on the other, these stairs look harder to build than they are

Cutting out Basic Stairs

A straight run of basement steps provides a useful lesson in calculating rise and run, and in cutting stringers

A Veteran Stairbuilder's Tools and TipsOnline Membership Required

Modified tools and custom jigs expedite staircase assembly

Lag-shield layout
Tip: Lag-shield layout

Tip: Backup measurements

Riser and tread marking gauge
Tip: Riser and tread marking gauge

Build Like a Pro: Precision Stair Stringers
Video: Build Like a Pro: Precision Stair StringersOnline Membership Required

A method for laying out stair stringers using a construction calculator

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