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Ron’s got a plan for the stairs

The original stairs are gone. Finally. This is the last major restructuring of Emerald Hill. The stairs were not built to code.

DSC_2910Ron Dahlke says he spent his weekend drawing out plans for the new stairs — the rise, the tread, the run, the platform, the structure.

Silverio and Marco from the framing team are back to build out Ron’s plans.

Marco cuts the tread and rise into the left-side stringer.
Marco cuts the tread and rise into the left-side stringer.
Silverio carries the fresh-cut stringer into the house. The right-side stringer is already nailed into place. And the landing platform is already built.
Silverio carries the fresh-cut stringer into the house. The right-side stringer is already nailed into place. And the landing platform is already built.
Silverio nails the stringer up.
Silverio nails up the stringer.
Marco cuts the center stringer that adds stability and strength to the stairs.
Marco cuts the center stringer that adds stability and strength to the stairs.
All three stringers are nailed in. Silverio is prepping lumber for risers.
All three stringers are nailed in. Silverio is prepping lumber for risers.
The plumbers need Ron upstairs, so he takes his maiden climb on the stairs he designed -- before risers and treads are nailed in.
The plumbers need Ron upstairs, so he takes his maiden climb on the stairs he designed — before risers and treads are nailed in.
Silverio nails in risers.
Silverio nails in risers.
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