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    Spiral stair

    Built this a couple years ago. Came out well. This house was built for a spiral, yet not added for a year after homeowner moved in. At the time this was the tallest I had built. Not sure why housed/ceiling keep getting taller...This is the first time I built a spiral with the ribbon along the side. I must remember to add more pitch to the treads forward runoff. I asked at building the inside handrail along the central post. Attempted it, want successful . Otherwise I was pleased with the build.

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    Re: Spiral stair

    wow, that is fantastic!!! you definitely have a grandiosio skill!!! well done!!



    Quote Originally Posted by tapwelder View Post
    Built this a couple years ago. Came out well. This house was built for a spiral, yet not added for a year after homeowner moved in. At the time this was the tallest I had built. Not sure why housed/ceiling keep getting taller...This is the first time I built a spiral with the ribbon along the side. I must remember to add more pitch to the treads forward runoff. I asked at building the inside handrail along the central post. Attempted it, want successful . Otherwise I was pleased with the build.

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    Re: Spiral stair

    Quote Originally Posted by tapwelder View Post
    Built this a couple years ago. Came out well. This house was built for a spiral, yet not added for a year after homeowner moved in. At the time this was the tallest I had built. Not sure why housed/ceiling keep getting taller...This is the first time I built a spiral with the ribbon along the side. I must remember to add more pitch to the treads forward runoff. I asked at building the inside handrail along the central post. Attempted it, want successful . Otherwise I was pleased with the build.

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    Looks awesome, blows mine out of the water...

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    Re: Spiral stair

    Oh that looks good. They can be a pain to build.

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    Re: Spiral stair

    Very well done work! It looks futuristic. In addition, it well complements the brickwork.
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    Re: Spiral stair

    This may seem silly question and will receive silly comments....
    Was the spiral stair fabricated in
    situ ??

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    Re: Spiral stair

    Thanks for the compliments. The stair was built in my shop. It was flown on by crane.

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