Stair redo-how much?

nicolelynn1228December 28, 2008

I have stairs similar to these in the first picture with the closed stringer.

I want stairs with returned treads like in the second picture.

I have 20 steps, how much would it cost to transform my closed stringer to returned treads?

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jejvtr

nicole
No carpenter or expert here but from what I see that looks like a total tear out & re-do - the existing stairs can not be transformed - they can't expand
you need new stringer, riser & steps
Pricing depends on where you live, what materials you would like etc...

    Bookmark   December 29, 2008 at 9:58PM
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jkom51

Cost might also depend on how old your stairs are. If they don't meet current code, stairway will have to be extended (e.g., in our state, current risers must now be 1" shorter and treads 1" longer than they were previously). I was quoted $5K in 1989 to redo a 14-step stairway...needless to say, we stayed with the original, LOL!

    Bookmark   December 30, 2008 at 12:06AM
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ron6519

You need an on site estimate. Your specific circumstances and finish product choice will determine cost.
Ron

    Bookmark   January 1, 2009 at 4:05PM
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