Forum Title: Handrail Help!
hello all, tried to install this handrail at the end of the day that left me stumped. here is the situation: It is for a set of interior stairs going from the first story to the second story. The stairs go up to a 4'x4' landing, and then take a 90 degree turn to the right and the second flight of stairs goes to the upstairs bedroom. Ok so the handrail we are installing is a pretty simple one: basically cylindrical except for the bottom of the hand rail, which is flat to accomodate hand rail brackets. For the inside corner of the 90 degree turn, the railing from the lower flight of stairs meets the railing for the upper flight of stairs. Easiest thing to do would be to add a newel/post for each railing to die into. My question is: Is it possible somehow to cut a compound angle to make these two hand rails meet and I am just too dumb to figure it out or am I chasing my tail? If it is possible, how the hell do you figure it out?? Thanks Phil B.
Category: General Contractor Post By: AUDREY SANTOS (Dublin, CA), 03/01/2018

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