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James Hadfield01/11/2012 22:38:44
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The first staircase I ever built, was nerve racking but good fun.205724_10150240480940390_2844286_n.jpg

James Hadfield01/11/2012 22:39:08
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dennis wake01/11/2012 22:49:10
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now that is nice. how long did it take to make.


James Hadfield01/11/2012 22:54:43
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It took a week in the workshop then as it was my first installation too I took too long to install and spent a week installing.

For a similar type staircase I did recently with double kites and winders at the top and single kites and winders at the bottom it took 4days to make and two days to install. I will post pics of that staircase another day. I am now on my 6th staircase all with kites and winders but all in pine and mdf, although I have just priced up an oak staircase, so fingers crossed....

Toppa Martedi02/11/2012 03:13:12
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That looks fantastic.

daveO02/11/2012 16:46:35
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James very classy work mate

however I cant help notice that connection from the top handrail to newel post, but it still looks good


Mailee02/11/2012 18:46:50
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Looks brilliant and puts my effort to shame. I can appreciate just how much work has gone into that after building my first one.

James Hadfield02/11/2012 19:50:40
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Thanks for the compliments! I do enjoy making staircases! Not the most frequent of work but good when they come about!

Rest assured Dave that the hole was pelleted and so couldn't be seen when I had finished! Originally the staircase was going to have glass balustrade, the timber balustrade was fitted after installation of the original staircase. I think the price of glass put them off! Normally I notch it in!

steve h06/11/2012 14:48:54
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Lovely work James!


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