Item unit cost quantity line cost; 1. Stairway: douglas fir stringers (3); pine step (36" wide x 12" deep) and riser boards (7-1/2" tall); common nails and stainless steel fasteners. $25: per stair: 6: $152: 2. Handrail: 7' long with balusters, pine lumber, common nails and stainless steel fasteners. $39: per foot: 7: $273: 3. Concrete footing: 3 cu.Ft. (36" long x 12" deep x 12" wide) mixed. Listed below are photos about how much does it cost to install exterior stairs, fence over concrete, front porch covering concrete steps with wood, front porch ideas, covering concrete steps with tile, composite decking over concrete porch, etc.
Tip use treated wood to allow for any moisture the concrete steps may produce make sure your concrete stairs are level
Oh and by the way i will be building new steps the current steps will no longer work since the concrete steps are 5 5 inches high and the last step onto the porch is now over 9 inches high so the concrete steps will be torn out and i x27 ll be replacing them with wood steps to match the porch
Instead of removing those concrete front steps save some time by building a wood deck over and around them advertisement a well designed front porch or deck is an inviting feature on most homes
Putting wooden steps over existing concrete steps i am trying to put wooden steps over existing concrete steps the steps that are there are unfortunately built into the foundation i am looking to put 5 wooden steps over 3 existing steps with a handrail later the steps that are there now are approximately 30 inches high
To lay new concrete sweep and clean the old concrete and saturate the old concrete with water then build a perimeter or a wood brace that is the same height as you want the concrete to be make sure the braces are level and lay down a barrier of wire mesh over the existing concrete inside of the barrier