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5-Step Pressure-Treated Wood Stair Stringer

$12.57 /each

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Product Overview

Wherever outdoor stairs are desired or required, count on this durable stair stringer. High-grade and long-lasting, this stair stringer comes with a lifetime limited warranty against rot and termites. Ideal for a variety of applications, including decks, gazebos, terraces and other outdoor projects where stairs will be exposed to the elements. Add interest to outdoor living spaces with multileveled areas. Or, experiment with incorporating stairs into a beautiful, inviting terraced landscape design.

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  • 100% Solid wood made from southern yellow pine and pressure treated with MCA (micronized copper azole) for long life
  • Used to provide support and rigidity when installing stairs, making it suitable for exterior use in commercial or residential applications
  • Natural wood finish may be stained or painted for a customized look
  • 1-1/2 in. x 9 in. x 62-3/4 in.
  • Stair stringer sold individually
  • Stair stringer is durable in ground-contact applications, is aluminum compatible and works with most fasteners
  • Riser Height: 6-3/4 in.
  • Run Height: 10 in.
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
62.75 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
1.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
16.78 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
62.75 in 
Product Height (in.) 
1.5 in 
Product Width (in.) 
16.78 in 

Details

Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft. ) 
2.3 
Color Family 
Wood 
Color/Finish 
N/A 
Contact Type Allowed 
Ground Contact 
Fastener recommendation 
Any 
Features 
Paintable,Pressure Treated,Stainable 
Material 
Wood 
Number of Steps 
Prefinished 
No 
Pressure Treated 
Yes 
Pressure treatment chemical 
Thompsonized 
Primed 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stainable/Paintable 
Stainable & Paintable 
Stair Part Type 
Stringer 

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what is the overall height? because it's not 1.5"

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June 15, 2016
Answer: 
Overall height should be 33.75" (5 steps X 6.75" riser height)
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August 25, 2015
Answer: 
If I am not mistaken, the answer to your (paraphrased) question, ‘How do I calculate the total rise of any step riser?’. is found below.
First: A definition that we all should agree on… Total Rise is the sum of the individual step rises.
The Home Depot online step calculator suggests that step rise is fixed either by code or by common practice or maybe even personal preference so that we have to make an
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If I am not mistaken, the answer to your (paraphrased) question, ‘How do I calculate the total rise of any step riser?’. is found below.
First: A definition that we all should agree on… Total Rise is the sum of the individual step rises.
The Home Depot online step calculator suggests that step rise is fixed either by code or by common practice or maybe even personal preference so that we have to make an assumption about step risers and how they are designed. The assumptions used here are taken from a Home Depot resource I found online… Assume that the bottom step has a rise of 5 13/16” while each of the other steps in the stringer has a rise of 7 5/16”
So a 4-step riser would have a total rise of 3 x 7 5/16 + 5 13/16, which for me translates to this:
3 x 7.3125 + 5.8125 = 27.75 or 27 ¾”
Please do not take this to the bank! This is just my personal, DIY theory! I would like to know what you think and if you find it to be true or false. Read Less
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Raleigh, NC
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August 23, 2015
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I think you, like me, are looking for the "total rise" of this 5-step stringer. I caution you that I am only a DIY guy and am not writing with authority. My calculation gives me a total rise of 2' 5.25" based on "outside framing" and the calculator that is on this web site. I have not figured out the equation that produces that total rise given other factors. If and when I do, I will post it here.
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How do I figure how many steps I need

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Hempstead, Texas
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September 26, 2015
I would like to know how to figure how many step to put on a porch from the height of the porch?
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January 4, 2016
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http://www.mycarpentry.com/stair-calculator.html
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I am not a professional so take my guidance with a grain of salt. I recently replaced a ramp with steps for accessing my shed. The project turned out nicely. Here is my 4-step approach:
1. Measure the vertical distance from the surface your new steps will take you to (target surface), straight down to the ground or patio or whatever surface is directly below and the same surface where your steps will
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I am not a professional so take my guidance with a grain of salt. I recently replaced a ramp with steps for accessing my shed. The project turned out nicely. Here is my 4-step approach:
1. Measure the vertical distance from the surface your new steps will take you to (target surface), straight down to the ground or patio or whatever surface is directly below and the same surface where your steps will rest. Be aware that even treated stringers must not be placed on the ground for support. I had to create a small concrete pad for that purpose.
2. The Home Depot step stringer pair that I purchased had a spec I found online at homedepot.com that indicated THD stringer step rises = 7 5/16” for all except the bottom step, which was 2 or so inches less.
3. For a ballpark idea of how many steps my stringer should have, I just divided the vertical distance by the average step rise. Another way is to add each step’s rise until you reach the desired height and if doing so takes you a fraction too high, drop a step.
Note: The variables in my approach can throw things off a little but an easy solution might be found in the next step.
4. Purchase one step stringer that seems to have the right number of steps based on your calculation, take it home, and find out if it’s right or wrong for your needs. You can purchase the other matching stringer(s) as needed or return the wrong sized one and start over with what you learned.
Good luck! Be sure to pick up hardware, found in the step stringer area at THD, designed to cup the top of the riser. These make leveling the risers easy and they solidly support the steps.
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What's the rise/run?

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The display stringers at the Canton Ohio store had a 10" run and a 6.75" rise. I didn't buy any so I can't verify that the actual stringers you would buy will match this, but I would assume that they do. I wanted a longer run (11") so I bought some from another big box home improvement store.
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The questions relates to stairs I believe. Stairs are made from stringers, treads, and risers. The rise/run are the measurements of the treads versus the risers.
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Where can i find this product in a 9 step?

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May 26, 2016
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Please contact your local PRO associate for special order opportunities.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stringers I bought five of these 5-step stringers to use on a wide set of stairs leading from grass to the entrance of my pool house. Thus, the bottom sits on some concrete which is at ground level. These were great as they provided uniform widths and heights for the treads and risers - making installation easy. I thought that these were amazingly inexpensive for their quality and expected life. August 18, 2014
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