Stairs (cont.)
  138-1/2" to 157-1/2" with 17 risers [view picture] B1@14.2 Ea 3,560.00 473.00 4,033.00
  147-1/4" to 166-1/4" with 18 risers B1@14.8 Ea 3,800.00 493.00 4,293.00
  Deduct for 4' diameter — % -20.0 — —
  Deduct for 4'6" diameter — % -10.0 — —
  Add for additional aluminum treads — Ea 203.00 — 203.00
  Add for oak tread inserts — Ea 96.30 — 96.30
Spiral stairs, steel, tubular steel handrail, composition board treads, delivered unassembled, 5' diameter [view picture]
      86" to 95" with 10 risers B1@9.98 Ea 1,360.00 332.00 1,692.00
      95" to 105" with 11 risers B1@10.7 Ea 1,510.00 356.00 1,866.00
  105" to 114" with 12 risers B1@11.3 Ea 1,600.00 376.00 1,976.00
  114" to 124" with 13 risers B1@12.0 Ea 1,790.00 400.00 2,190.00
  124" to 133" with 14 risers B1@12.7 Ea 2,030.00 423.00 2,453.00
  Deduct for 4' diameter — % -20.0 — —
  Add for 6' diameter — % 24.0 — —
  Add for oak treads — % 25.0 — —
  Add for oak handrail — % 45.0 — —
Job-built stairways 3 stringers cut from 2" x 12" Douglas fir material, treads and risers from 3/4" CDX plywood or OSB sheathing. Cost per 7-1/2" rise, 36" wide
  Using 2" Douglas fir, per MBF [view picture] — MBF 734.00 — 734.00
  Using 3/4" CDX plywood, per MSF — MSF 656.00 — 656.00
  Using 3/4" OSB sheathing, per MSF — MSF 558.00 — 558.00
  Using 1" x 6" white pine, per MBF — MBF 1,880.00 — 1,880.00
  Straight run, 8'0" to 10'0" rise, plywood, per riser B1@.530 Ea 12.30 17.70 30.00
  Straight run, 8'0" to 10'0" rise, OSB, per riser B1@.530 Ea 11.50 17.70 29.20
    L”- or “U”-shape, plywood, add for landings B1@.625 Ea 13.90 20.80 34.70
    L”- or “U”-shape, per riser, OSB, add for landings B1@.625 Ea 13.00 20.82 33.82
  Semi-circular, repetitive work, plywood, per riser B1@.795 Ea 13.90 26.50 40.40
  Semi-circular, repetitive work, OSB, per riser B1@.795 Ea 13.00 26.50 39.50
  Landings, from 2" x 6" Douglas fir and 3/4" CDX plywood or 3/4" OSB, surfaced, per SF of landing surface, plywood B1@.270 SF 2.72 8.99 11.71
    per SF of landing surface, OSB B1@.270 SF 2.55 8.99 11.54
Stair treads and risers Unfinished. Including layout, cutting, fitting, and installation of treads, risers and typical tread nosing. Includes a miter return on one side of each tread. 9' rise is usually 14 treads and 15 risers
  Yellow pine treads, 11-1/2" x 48" — Ea 12.60 — 12.60
  Oak treads, 11-1/2" x 48" — Ea 40.40 — 40.40
  Oak curved first (return) tread, 11-1/2" x 48" — Ea 30.40 — 30.40
  Oak risers, 8" x 48" — Ea 24.40 — 24.40
  Oak nosing — LF 5.32 — 5.32
  Oak treads, risers and nosing for 9' rise stairway BC@2.50 Ea 885.00 92.00 977.00
  Skirt board with dadoes for treads and risers BC@3.75 Ea 37.00 138.00 175.00
  Skirt board on open side, mitered risers BC@5.50 Ea 37.00 202.00 239.00
  Oak shoe rail with fillet, 1-1/4" plowed, 2-1/2" x 3/4" BC@.030 LF 3.24 1.10 4.34
  Oak landing tread, 1" x 5-1/2" BC@.180 LF 6.26 6.62 12.88
    False treads, 4-3/4" x 16-1/4" x 6"
    Right end BC@.180 Ea 13.90 6.62 20.52
    Left end BC@.180 Ea 13.90 6.62 20.52
    Wall tread, 4-3/4" x 13-1/4" BC@.180 Ea 16.90 6.62 23.52
    False stair tread cap and riser - Repair BC@.250 Ea 39.10 9.20 48.30
Anti-skid adhesive strips. Peel and stick on wood, concrete or metal.
    2-3/4" x 14" BC@.050 Ea 3.77 1.84 5.61
    4" x 16" BC@.050 Ea 5.92 1.84 7.76

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