Wrapping stairs for second level deck

stevenwp2February 8, 2011

Greetings! I am in the process of building a second level onto an existing dock and need to design and build steps that go up about a six foot run, turn 90 degrees and go up about another 6 foot run. I cannot (per our county) have a landing at that corner as that constitutes adding square footage whereas wrapping stairs do not.

So essentially it's the equivalent of a 90 degree turn of "spiral" stairs. If you have advice or can point me in the right direction, I'd greatly appreciate either.

Thanks,

Steve

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make the landing anyways and frame "pies" on top till you have the 90 degree turn needed. it'll be the easiest way to support all the "pies".
steve scholl

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