Frequently Asked Questions
Every 8’ and/or at every turn.
3 balusters per foot is a easy way to estimate
If you are matching flooring or cabinets we recommend using the same wood so that the grain matches. If you are indifferent we recommend Red Oak as it's a good value and it's a hard wood. If you are painting we recommend Poplar wood.
We highly recommend looking at photos to get a sense of what you like
No the wood material will need to be stained and clear coated.
Yes we recommend buying a shoe to cover your hole and glue.
Yes you will need to cut each baluster for each space in your stairs.
This is a diverse answer based on region, knowledge and where it is being installed. There are also many ways to install depending on new construction and finish floors and walls. If there are any questions on this we are an installation company as well and can recommend the correct kit or installation process for your project.
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