If you looking for a step-by-step instruction booklet on building stairs, you're in the right place. We took stair building to the next level by adding plenty of easy to follow illustrations, tips and pictures.
That's not all though, I'm going to provide you with lots of of free videos, articles, pictures and access to a website, that's devoted almost entirely to building stairs.
If you're looking for a complicated book that will teach you how to build circular, curved, bracket type or any other type of stairway that would require complicated mathematical formulas, this isn't the book, for you.
Simple and easy, not complicated and difficult. Building stairs isn't as difficult as some construction experts make it out to be. Don't fall into the old trap that you can't do it, impress your spouse, friends, neighbors and in-laws by building an incredible stairway to your new deck, garage loft, front or back porch or even inside of your home, with this simple and easy stair building book.
More than half of every stairway built today is going to be straight. Whether it goes from one floor to the next or it has a stair landing located somewhere in between, the basic principles of stair building are definitely located in this book.
You can apply all of these beginner stair building techniques in this e-book to almost any type of metal bracket stairway construction. This book does provides you with the important essentials of basic stair building.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm not going to lie to you, I didn't purchase this book from Barnes & Noble, but I did purchase Greg Vanden Berge's other book on Simplified Stair Building. How to build a simple set of stairs and trust me, this guy knows what he's doing. Like I said, I haven't purchased this particular stair building book, but his other books really simplify the process. I wouldn't be writing this review, if it wasn't for my wife, she couldn't believe her own eyes, when I finally finished my project. I get to walk up and down my deck stairs, that I built myself, whenever I go to the backyard.