Anchoring Deck Stairs Stair stringers should always land on a level and well-drained surface. With frost footings in place you can use a concrete anchor, base plate and short post in order to create a solid ground connection. A 3' x 3' level landing area is The
May 12, 2013 example of how to install a floating deck onto an unlevel concrete patio. I also have slightly sloping and uneven concrete slab and was wondering how to pack the joists - this How to lay 1" pavers over existing concrete.
Another common landing is a concrete pad. For this deck, the landing will be a pad on top of a 4-inch layer of gravel extending beyond the steps about 36 inches.
How to Build Concrete Steps Three Parts: Planning Your Stairs Laying the Groundwork Pouring and Finishing Your Concrete Stairs You'll need to use a shovel to dig 4-8" (10.2-20.3 cm) below the ground level of the base of your stair. Dig within the boundary
Figure 1. After making preliminary calculations to find the location of the base of the stairs, the author pours concrete for the landing. When I form and pour a landing, I use enough concrete to make it at least 4 inches thick, and I broom-finish the top for traction. In
Different Length Stair Stringers Question I have a 21" plumb from my backyard wood deck to the concrete below. My problem is that the concrete is not even, it slopes away from the house. I'd like to use two stair stringers (2x10) and then bracket two steps How
Deck Can Be Built Over Concrete Patio Using Frame Base 30 Jun 1989 concrete patio consists of six slabs that have become uneven over the years
Falling down steps can be dangerous, and therefore, safety is a top priority, especially when it comes to building deck stairs on uneven ground. Cut Your Own Stringers
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When you have to install the deck on uneven ground, the platform is better to be mounted on a columnar concrete base: How to Cut Different Length Stair Stringers for Uneven Concrete The measurement of the total rise is from the backyard wood deck level to
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Calculate the depth of the finished slab, including the concrete and the gravel base. Concrete is typically applied at a minimum of two inches, but I recommend a minimum thickness of 4 inches for a durable stair footing. With this type of application, both a fine and
Cut a 2x6 board to fit snugly between the two stringers at their base. This will be used to fasten the stairs to the concrete pad. Place the board between the stringers and attach to stringers with 3” galvanized deck screws. Attach the 2x6 board to concrete pad