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Model 538598

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5-Step Outdoor Pressure Treated Stair Riser

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Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. This lumber is pressure treated in order to protect it from termites, fungal decay, and rot. Ideal for a variety of applications, including decks, playsets, landscaping, stair support, walkways and other outdoor projects where lumber is exposed to the elements. This lumber can be painted or stained. When used properly, it is both safe and environmentally friendly.

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  • Discover the Distinctive Difference You can see for yourself that McFarland Cascade lumber is of the highest quality. Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance.
  • Use for decks, play structures, raised beds, planter boxes, retaining walls, walkways, outdoor furniture, landscaping and other outdoor projects where lumber is exposed to the elements
  • Effective against termites, rot and fungal decay
  • Lifetime limited residential warranty
  • Can be primed and painted or stained
  • Soft cedartone color
  • Use for outdoor stairways

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My deck hight is 33.5 inches, will this 5 step stringer be the right size?...I do know that I will need three stringers for the stairs.

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The published dimensions for these are actually length and width of the board, not at all relevant to the question. What really matters in the "rise" of each step. That number divided into the total rise will give you the number of steps needed. Unfortunately that info is not published, you have to go to the store and measure one.
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If I remember correctly, these have a 7" rise and 8" tread. So a rough estimate is to divide the total rise by the stair rise in inches, that will give you the number of steps needed. Just remember that the top of the riser usually goes underneath the upper platform, so it doesn't count as a step. This depends on how you are going to mount it. Also the bottom is not the full riser height, as it is Read More
If I remember correctly, these have a 7" rise and 8" tread. So a rough estimate is to divide the total rise by the stair rise in inches, that will give you the number of steps needed. Just remember that the top of the riser usually goes underneath the upper platform, so it doesn't count as a step. This depends on how you are going to mount it. Also the bottom is not the full riser height, as it is designed to have a base piece of some sort under it. If the height you have is not evenly divisible by the rise of these, you will have to "fudge" on either the top or bottom step to make it work. Read Less
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No. It would be too long/high.
Look at the three step stringer. It's finished height is 36".
Make sure you pick one that is for outdoor aaplications.
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Will a 5 step stair riser work with a total rise of 37 1/4"

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If I remember correctly, these have a 7" rise and 8" tread. So a rough estimate is to divide the total rise by the stair rise in inches, that will give you the number of steps needed. Just remember that the top of the riser usually goes underneath the upper platform, so it doesn't count as a step. This depends on how you are going to mount it. Also the bottom is not the full riser height, as it is Read More
If I remember correctly, these have a 7" rise and 8" tread. So a rough estimate is to divide the total rise by the stair rise in inches, that will give you the number of steps needed. Just remember that the top of the riser usually goes underneath the upper platform, so it doesn't count as a step. This depends on how you are going to mount it. Also the bottom is not the full riser height, as it is designed to have a base piece of some sort under it. If the height you have is not evenly divisible by the rise of these, you will have to "fudge" on either the top or bottom step to make it work. Read Less
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Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Consistent, poor base wood You have to sort through these to find ones that are cut consistently and are not split. They seem to be made from the worst quality/leftover base wood. Many are bowed badly, many have major splits already, and the cuts are not consistent. I bought 3 of these for one set of steps, ended up taking one back because in the week it sat at my house it dried out and split badly. Beware ones that are wet/heavy, this means they are recently treated and not yet fully dry. June 21, 2016
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