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Model #368914

8-Step Ground Contact Pressure Treated Pine Stair Stringer

  • 2X the protection compared to Above Ground treatment
  • Stair stringer southern yellow pine may be stained or painted
  • Ideal for a variety of applications- decks, gazebos, or terraces
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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.
  • California residents
  • 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
  • Actual dimensions: 1.5 in. x 11.25 in. x 96.96 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.
  • For building code compliance documentation please see FAQ document

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
95.96 in
Product Width (in.)
11.25 in

Details

Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft. )
2.3
Color Family
Wood
Color/Finish
Wood
Contact Type Allowed
Ground Contact
Fastener recommendation
hot dip galvanized
Features
Paintable,Pressure Treated,Stainable
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Material
Wood
Number of Steps
8
Pressure treatment chemical
MCA - Micronized Copper Azole
Returnable
180-Day
Stair Part Type
Stringer

Questions & Answers

143Questions42Answers

On a deck stairs that has a 48" wide stairs, 8 step risers, do i need 3 risers/ or will 2 do?

Asked by Mickey January 10, 2015
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Mickey, please check into your local building code.

I'm rebuilding my deck stairs, and need a 6 step stringer. Not finding 6 step, only 5 then 8. Wou...

Asked by Kel April 30, 2017
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Kel, we do have multiple options for stair stringer ranging from 2 to 6, and 8 step stringers. Please use the drop down menu to select the number of steps you would like.

i need 10 step stringer, you offer 8, can i buy a 2 step and 8 step the fasten together? these a...

Asked by ray April 20, 2017
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buy the 2 and trace on a 2x12x12

I am hoping for a "gentler" step... would I be able to customise this by taking an extra 1" cut o...

Asked by Attempte January 1, 2020
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Do you have any stair wood to as Higthlang of 10 feet.??

What is the height for the 8 stair stringer. My total height that I need it 60". Thank you

Asked by LSG January 2, 2020
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I have a total height from garage floor to basement floor of 71.5 and a length of 78 inches what size riser works? it seems like the 8 step would be too short, please help. Thanks, Don

Longer stringers

Asked by vizman August 14, 2014
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Please speak with your local PRO associate about availability & special order items.

I have a loft in my shed. From the shed floor, to the loft floor, is 98inches. Can I use the 8ste...

Asked by Debi September 21, 2018
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No. You'll need approximately 14 step stringers for a rise of 98". Here's a link to a stair calculator. https://www.mycarpentry.com/stair-calculator.html

What is the rough size of each step on two step tread

Asked by Bubba March 9, 2020
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I think you are asking what the run measurement is. That's the measurement from the front of the stair to the back. This stringer is listed at 11.25". The minimum tread run is 11" with no overhand, 10 nose-to-nose if there is overhang.

Are these made from 2x10s?

Asked by HomerHAsNothingOnMe July 21, 2015
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These are southern yellow pine so they can take more load. The minimum width is 3 1/2" so it is the same as a 2x4. The following calculator should allow you to figure out the maximum span for 2x4 southern pine (southern yellow pine). http://www.awc.org/codes-standards/calculators-software/spancalc

can I order a 10 step pressure-treated pine stair stringer on line for delivery?

Asked by linc June 2, 2017
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Please speak with your local PRO associate for availability & special order options.

8-Step Ground Contact Pressure Treated Pine Stair Stringer - page 2

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poor quality stair stringers
I purchased these pre-cut stair stringers. They are garbage made with poor qaulity lumber. I should have bought my own wood and taken the time to cut the stringers myself.
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This product made rebuilding our deck steps easy and look great.
This product made rebuilding our deck steps easy and look great.
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stair stringers dont match
Why do all 3 stringers not match? Are they not supposed to be identicle? I waited 2 weeks for these and at best i think i can use 2? Who cut these things a blind monkey? Terrible!
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Time Saving Solution For Long Stair Runs
These pine stringers saved me a lot of time and effort when I needed to rebuild my entire porch. It is difficult to find a 8-step stringer. The stringers I received were in excellent shape and Home Depot even shipped them for free. I mounted the stringers using concealed stringer hangers for a strong and safe connection. Some reviews mention that these stringers are splitting, but I have had them outside for over 5 months with no excessive splits or cracks, known as checks. I let the stringers dry outside for about 4 months before applying a weather seal stain. These stringers are a real time saver for longer stair runs.
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It was exactly what I needed and worked great
It was exactly what I needed and worked great
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Great for those who don't want to mess with calculating rise and run. Convenient. Even as a templ...
Great for those who don't want to mess with calculating rise and run. Convenient. Even as a template to cut your own. One of the stringers was trying to split. Had to pre drill and screw it. Otherwise dimensions were consistent.
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Great price. Awesome pre-made stairs worked perfectly.
Great price. Awesome pre-made stairs worked perfectly.
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I had to order this online since it wasnt available in stores (which is why I gave it 4 stars). I...
I had to order this online since it wasnt available in stores (which is why I gave it 4 stars). It was delivered within a reasonable amount of time and was perfect to build stairs for our new deck.
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Executive Summary: Not quality, frustrating, but will do if you're up for a challenge to mending wood and doing some math. The pieces arrived in two generally beat up boxes (delivery folks weren't pleased to drop it off). I ordered 4, one of which was not like the others but could generally work around it. A couple of treads were 1/2" deeper than others but generally usable. A couple of them looked like they ran unevenly through a table saw. About 1/16" was cut into a side. Again, not a deal breaker but certainly not quality. There was an uneven edge to the bottom of the stringer. Again, nothing that can't be worked around if you're up to the challenge. I then tried to attach the hangers to them and wound up splitting the wood straight through knocking a riser off. That's because the grains are parallel to the treads which, oddly enough, is where the nails drive into. So, a little pre-drilling before nailing on others and some mending tiles on the knocked off bits, and it's solid again. So, if you're wondering why I didn't return them. Boxes were too beat up to re-use, I don't have a car to transport, and, before this experience I imagined this is always how it goes. Now I've learned better: When in doubt, return it. Thanks for the learning experience.
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