As a Do-It-Yourself task, building a wooden staircase is a bit hard. It is really not easy for people who do not have any experience in building something from wood. Hey, it takes a lot of experience to mix and match the best combination of the wood. Maybe, it is okay, too, to said that this task is really not match well with a DIY beginner.
But, if you are enthusiast enough to take it, then everything can do well. Really, the most important thing to have in building this type of staircase is a never ending spirit. Because in this kind of task, a great deal of physical activity in the form of hard labor work is required. So, for you who don’t meet that requirement, it would be the best if you ask other people who has the skill or just build it together with your families or friends.
Before starting to build a wooden stairs, you have to prepare so many thing, before. Remember, plan it ahead. Design the stair that you want. Use the mathematical equation. Do not worry, mostly, it is just a simple geometry.
Next, don’t forget to make a list of the thing that you need to make this unique staircase and give them a check form if you already have it in your house or if you already buy it before. Do shopping to shop anything that you do not have. Oh, right, please do not a last-minute shopping. With the small time that you have, the risk to keep forgetting about one or two small thing become increasing as the pressure become so big. So, keep it in your mind and plan it wisely.
Then, what are the thing that you actually need? Let’s jump to the most important thing that needed to prepare, first. When we are talking about wooden type of staircase, then the most important thing is the wood. Choose the wood correctly based on the one that you need. Make sure that its is strong enough. Remember to check its durability, too.
Other tools that you may need in building a beautiful wooden stairs are hammer, nails, shovel, trowel, form lumber, wheelbarrow, and screen board. All of them is needed. You may need some pencils, eraser and ruler, too, to plan the concept of your staircase. Easy preparation, right? So, get back to work!