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3-Step Pressure-Treated Cedar-Tone Pine Stair Stringer

$13.97 /each

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Get head starts building outdoor stairs with this durable, cedar-tone stair stringer. Use the long-lasting stringer to build stairs on decks, gazebos, terraces and porches anywhere stairs will be exposed to weather. No staining required, a penetrating cedar-tone stain gives the stringer beautiful color that lasts much longer than surface-applied stain. Backed by a 2-year color warranty. The stair stringer has also been treated with MCA (micronized copper azoles) to withstand the elements for years; includes a lifetime limited warranty against rot and termites.

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  • Dimensions are 1-1/2 in. x 9 in. x 35-1/2 in.
  • Manufactured from southern yellow pine, a renewable resource, for an environmentally friendly choice
  • Color infused with cedar-tone colorant
  • Pre-built for easy installation
  • Use for decks, docks, ramps and other outdoor projects where lumber is exposed to the elements
  • Pressure treated with water repellent for above ground use
  • Lifetime limited residential warranty and 2-year color limited warranty
  • Riser Height: 6-3/4 in.
  • Run Height: 10 in.
  • For building code compliance documentation please see FAQ document

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Can I buy a striger with a 12" wide step?

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McIntosh, NM
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May 21, 2016
I am looking for a stringer with a 12" step width. All I found are 10". Do you make or can I get some that are 12" in width?
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July 8, 2016
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David, thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. you may be able to special order a 12" wide step in the lumber department of your local Home Depot store. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Will a 3 step stringer work for a 2 ft deck height?

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Probably not...here's why. The "rise" of these stringers is 7". So for the three steps your rise is going to be 21" total...about 3" short of your desired height. Even if you use 2x material for your treads you will end up an inch or two shy. Can the be made to work? I would say they could if you had some type of "landing" they started on.
I think it'd be much easier to buy some 2x10s and make your own Read More
Probably not...here's why. The "rise" of these stringers is 7". So for the three steps your rise is going to be 21" total...about 3" short of your desired height. Even if you use 2x material for your treads you will end up an inch or two shy. Can the be made to work? I would say they could if you had some type of "landing" they started on.
I think it'd be much easier to buy some 2x10s and make your own stringers. There are countless videos on YouTube that explain the process in great detail. Read Less
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What is the total height from top to bottom

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October 11, 2015
On the 3 step stringer, the dimensions are 35 ad 1/2 inches. Is this dimension the length of the back of the stairs? My question is, what is the total height of the 3 steps from bottom to top?????
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James, the run of the stringer is 11". The first rise is 5 5/8" and the next two are 7" so from level ground to the top of the final run would be 19 5/8". I hope that helps.
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What is the rise and tread width of the three step riser

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will be using 5/4 treads
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I was at a local Home Depot last week and measured the stair stringer. The first rise is 5 5/8". The others are 7". The run is 11".
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3-Step Pressure-Treated Cedar-Tone Pine Stair Stringer is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Poor Quality I had 6 of these delivered along with a load of deck materials. If I saw inspected them before, I would have never bought them. The top tread varied on every one from 9 to 9.5 inches . It is supposed to be 10 inches. The bottom tread was out of parallel to the rest by 3/8" . The wood itself looked like it was selected from the scrap pile. I tried fixing one and gave up. I returned the rest and bought lumber to make them myself. What a waste of time. Don't bother buying these.
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Tape Measure Home depot said that it was 75" long. BUT when i got it it was 69" long . To short
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO not meet code in MD I'm not sure why these are sold in our local store. I almost installed these before checking the building code things this would be an easy way out without needing to make my own. I would highly advise checking your building code before buying this item.
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cut by a free-form artist. Atrocious quality Bought five, kept the best three. Screwed them together and rough re-cut them with my bandsaw, then belt sander. Quite the timesaver. Never again
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made building stairs easy! I am pretty handy when it comes to building things but when I had to put some new stairs on my deck I wasn't sure that I would be able to pull this one off as easily as the rest of my efforts. In a nutshell, the stringers (I used 3 of these for 4'-wide stairs) made building my steps a snap. Would definitely use these again.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Warped The stair risers were incredibly warped upon arrival - almost beyond my ability to use them. Is there any quality control from the mill? Disappointed. Immensely. Why does this have to be the predictable result of ordering without seeing why does this have to be the predictable result of ordering without seeing first?
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Specifications completely incorrect Supposed to be 27 inches high but from base to top step is 12.5 inches; no dimension corresponds to 27 inches. Steps are 10 inches wide and first rise is 6 inches and second riser is 6 3/4 inches.
Date published: 2016-02-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from There were knot holes at the top of the stringers making it hard to attach, and the stringers wer... There were knot holes at the top of the stringers making it hard to attach, and the stringers were cut near the straight edge making them weak, we had to reinforce each side of the stringers with two by fours. If I had to do this over I would have had them cut out of two by twelve lumber.
Date published: 2016-11-30
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