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Wrought Iron Stair Baluster Installation is Easy!!!

Now Get Those Wooden Balusters Outta There!

The next step in installing beautiful wrought iron stair balusters is to remove the old wooden balusters. Some existing installations may not be up to code, so some extra drilling may be needed to space the new wrought iron stair balusters properly.

  • Cut the wooden stair balusters at their their thinnest point with a saws all.
  • Twist and remove the wooden stair balusters from the top and base.
  • Clean out any remaining glue and/or nails left by the stair balusters.
  • Lay out the wourght iron stair baluster pattern you are retrofitting to assure proper fit and adherance to code.
  • If cap has hole already you should screw a 2" drywall screw until about 3/8" is left to support baluster, otherwise drill a 9/16" diameter hole about 5/16" deep.

Not sure of a wrought iron stair baluster pattern that fits your needs? We have built a catalog of popular wrought iron stair baluster patterns HERE for you to choose from.

Wrought Iron Stair Baluster Pattern Catalog

Once you have selected your wrought iron baluster stair pattern, please call us today at 713-360-6976 or e-mail us at sales@stairwaymakeovers.com to speak with a seasoned professional and stair designer to assist you in selecting your wrought iron stair balusters and other stair parts.

Remember, we build and remodel stairs, stairways, and staircases, as well as sell wrought iron stair parts in the Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas markets. Call us today at 713-360-6976 or email us at sales@stairwaymakeovers.com

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