New Stairs Installed

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The stairs in this old home in Islip were moved from the back of the house to the front. This replaced the very steep and undersized stairs from the 1920s. The new staircase features oak treads and white trim, which make the new staircase look like it was original to the historic home. Wall panels on the side of the stairs decorate the plain wall. A rounded handrail ends in a curved detail at the base of the steps. 



 Finished photo shows all steps and trim installed. Base moulding is curved to go perfectly around the new rounded bottom step.


Side view of stairs shows wainscotting installed on wall and finished newel post.


Stair stringer framing on the new staircase.

Clear pine riser boards were installed.


Treads before cutting show the kerf cuts made to create the rounded return created for the handrail volute and newel post.


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