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    Made a staircase.

    Installed it this week at a dentists office. She wanted an open design with clean lines to keep it spacious. I'm happy with how it turned out. The railing is made with stainless steel bars.




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    Wow. Thats beautiful. Awesome job! Almost doest look real.

    Dave

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    Fantastic! Building and installing a staircase like that involves a huge amount of skill, patience, talent, experience, and thought. Very well done and an inspiration.

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    Truly a beautiful project outcome!
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    Yeah,

    What joe said..

    Very very nice..

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    You are unbelievably productive.

    John

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    Here here.

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    Wow! What type of wood is that?

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    A beautiful, clean design. I too would like to know what wood you used.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
    - Sir Edmund Burke

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    Way nice! So crisp looking, nice job!

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    Jessica, very nicely done. Putting that new saw to work?

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    Nice !
    but does it pass an inspection?
    Carpe Lignum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Hendershott View Post
    Fantastic! Building and installing a staircase like that involves a huge amount of skill, patience, talent, experience, and thought. Very well done and an inspiration.
    That's why I enlisted my dad to help me. He's made hundreds of staircases and is an expert at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John TenEyck View Post
    You are unbelievably productive.

    John
    I try to be. I don't want to have to shut down my company for lack of work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Carl View Post
    Wow! What type of wood is that?
    According to my supplier it's American Elm. I've never worked with it before but I really like it. It's lightly stained to make the make the wood grain pop.

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