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Pressure-treated pine stair stringers (4, 5 or 6-Step) $12.98 at Lowes

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Lowes has 4, 5, and 6-step pressure-treated pine stair stringers all on sale for $12.98 with free in store pickup. This is normally the price of 3-step stringers. For those unaware, these are used for deck stair builds. Note: the Internet# for checking lowes.com or brickseek appears to vary by location, so just search for 'stair stringer' on either site if not available. I'm rebuilding my deck this spring so these were very timely and pressure treated lumber never really goes on sale.

Severe Weather 6-Step Pressure Treated Pine Deck Stair Stringer (43% off)
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Severe Weather 5-Step Pressure Treated Pine Deck Stair Stringer (38% off)
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Severe Weather 4-Step Pressure Treated Pine Deck Stair Stringer (23% off)
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They also have 3, 4, 6 for $12.98 YMMV
3 Stair [lowes.com]
4 Stair [lowes.com]
6 Stair [lowes.com]
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They also have 3, 4, 6 for $12.98 YMMV
3 Stair [lowes.com]
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I believe $12.98 is the regular price for the 3-step. You're right about the 6-step (I'll edit the OP), though at least my area there are fewer options, whereas there are plenty of 4s and 5s at all my local stores.
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Can you buy six and nail them together for longer stairs...
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Can you buy six and nail them together for longer stairs...
You can build a landing (I think that is the term"
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Can you buy six and nail them together for longer stairs...
I would be surprised if that would meet any building code
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Can you buy six and nail them together for longer stairs...
I guess its supposed to be funny, but yes you can by overlapping and staggering connections. There are Simpson Strong Tie connectors for this. Joining 6 X 6 will give you 31 steps. Then you need 3s and 5s for staggering
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I guess its supposed to be funny, but yes you can by overlapping and staggering connections. There are Simpson Strong Tie connectors for this. Joining 6 X 6 will give you 31 steps. Then you need 3s and 5s for staggering
You seem to know what you are talking about. I have a 12 step stairs. The top of the stringers, where the stairs rest, is starting to rot, but the bottom is sound. Could I get two of the 6 steps and nail them to the existing stringers? There are actually 3 stringers on the stairs, and 2 of them are sound.
It might only be a temporary solution, but replacing it would be expensive. Ought to get several year of it; or so I imagine.
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My Lowes and the brickseek say they have 18 in stock, but none available for pickup. Hmmm
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Can you used those stringers for indoor stairs? I am planning to redo the stairs in my basements and both HD and Lowes only carry deck stair stringers.
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None in stock around me but this would have been great. Need 3 steps and was just going to cut the 6s in half. Shame
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No I need them to reach up to the second story of my house I want to put a deck on the roof so I need a long set of stairs so I'm going to nail them to each other.
Or...just make them properly so nobody dies??
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None in stock around me but this would have been great. Need 3 steps and was just going to cut the 6s in half. Shame
Did you search on the lowes website (for "stair stringers") using your ZIP code? There are at least 6 different product #s for each of the stringers, the ones in the original post may not be carried at your stores
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Good price for these prefabs, I usually cut my own, since stair stringer needs can vary greatly from site to site. Nothing wrong with these if they fit your dimensions nicely. Good find.
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