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Always start building steps at the bottom of the slope and work your way uphill. Each step needs to rest on stable, compacted base material, rather than soft topsoil or loose fill. Step construction generally starts by removing the existing vegetation in the work area and excavating the soil down to a firm subsoil layer. Then the
George, I have a 25 foot slope in my backyard and want to build stairs like you show in this video. The slope is pretty constant but the earth below the grass is full of large rocks that will be hard/expensive to dig out. Can we lay the side rails above ground and use the rebar to hold the rails and stairs in place,
In this how-to video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook builds timber-frame steps.
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But a lot of hills and slopes means you'll face a more difficult building challenge. In this article, we'll show you special techniques for planning and building durable steps, paths and retaining walls in a sloped yard. The process is similar for each. The key to guaranteeing long life and little or no maintenance is to establish a
Dirt banks are a feature of many landscaped and natural areas. Traversing them can be made safer and easier by adding steps cut directly into the dirt slope. The simplest steps consist of a wooden vertical back called a riser and a flat step, or tread, formed from the bare earth. Such steps are simple to
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