Wainscoting stairs – Wainscoting along the staircase is a project that you can make yourself so that the design elements that add character to the house. Attaching born in the corner may seem like a daunting task, but the construction project is not very difficult. Accurate cutting wood panels are a costly mistake you want to prevent. Measure the height of the wood along the wall at the top and bottom of the stairs. Measure the height on the stairs each with the reference point setting to the wall to mark the height of the correct placement of all stairs. Connect with the mark a light line to create a straight line as a guide for installation.
Determine the angle of the wainscoting stairs with the corner finder. Another option is to calculate the angle manually by measuring the width of the rung staircase and the summit respectively, and then divide the height into the rung width to the angle in degrees. Cut a piece of cardboard or heavy paper with a height of wood panels. Cut the top right and bottom left corner cardboard area on a corner staircase is counted as a test that calculates angles and cuts correctly. Adjust measurements and cuts before cutting wood panels. Cut the top and bottom of each required section of wood for the maximum use stairs calculated angles and test a piece of cardboard as a guide.
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Fix the wood panel with the finishing nails crushed on each wall stud, it is about 3 inches apart vertically during the birth. Continue to add wood panels along the wall of the stairs, making sure the ends are tight and the panel remains straight throughout the sign. Attach the Strip chair rails to the top edge of the wainscoting stairs wall with finishing nails to finish the wood top edge panel.