Mind the gap

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by limestone cowboy, May 7, 2007.

  1. limestone cowboy

    limestone cowboy New Member

    I'm making some stairs for a barn which has very wonky stone internal walls. The difference between the high spots and the hollows is about 6". It will be difficult to fix a string to the walls, and there will be an ugly uneven gap. There is a quarter landing to support as well. I am thinking of ignoring the walls and putting newels and handrails both sides. Any ideas on what would be best?
     
  2. foxy

    foxy New Member

    I would also move the stairs away from the wall.
     

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