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Refinishing wood stair railings

Posted by Northlut (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 18, 12 at 13:03

We are considering making an offer on a house that has beautiful stained wood railings along the stairs, but they're pretty worn and look like they need to be sanded down and re-stained. What type of contractor would I hire to do that kind of work? Is this something a general painting contractor would do (with high quality workmanship)?


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RE: Refinishing wood stair railings

I would think a hardwood floor refinisher would be the right type of craftsperson for that work. Let's see what others say...


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RE: Refinishing wood stair railings

Good idea Andreadeg!

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Some Cabinet-shops may have people they refer-out for these kinds of jobs. Some may be retired people who like tasks like this!
Some cabinet-installers may like these as "side jobs".
Some painters' are also good at wood-working/refinishing.

Check your areas service-directories, hardware/paint stores, etc.
Some Realtors may also have leads!

Faron


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