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Avoiding large knots and cracks could make all the difference in the world, when laying out a stair stringer and constructing a professional looking stairway.

This book will not provide you with complete stair building instructions. For complete stair building instructions, check out the book titled, “Simplified Stair Building,” by Greg Vanden Berge.

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ISBN: 9781476252841
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