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    #151
    Quote Originally Posted by maxpedition View Post
    Yes you can buy it there. You can try makita masonry bit much cheaper compare to nicholson brand sell on wilcon. At least two inches in depth for better Anchorage. Threaded rod are sold in 8ft in length.

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    Thanks bro. Will update this thread with the finished project. 🙂

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    #152
    Wow, Nice House Construction.

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    #153
    Going back to balusters, is there another type aside from the one on the pic which I can attach to the side of the stairs. Putting it on too kasi will reduce my stair width.img_20200125_135633.jpg

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    #154
    Quote Originally Posted by papi smith View Post
    Going back to balusters, is there another type aside from the one on the pic which I can attach to the side of the stairs. Putting it on too kasi will reduce my stair width.img_20200125_135633.jpg
    Nakapasok na rin kasi halos ng 75mm yung base plate mo from the outer edge of the tread. Hindi ko alam ang anu preparation ginawa nyo. Pero mas matibay sana kung naglagay kayo ng provision for hinang. Hindi rin matibay syado expansion bolt or using chemical anchors.

    Pwede rin pagawa ka ng 3" balusters para hindi syadong malapad. May I ask, anu ba lapad ng hagdan mo, bawas mo na ang balusters width?

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    #155
    Pinatong ko lang yan sir for pic purposes, 1 meter lang kasi ang stair width, contractor error, kasi sabi ko 120 cm, ang sabi ng installer, maglalagay daw sya base plate sa side tapos patong yan, pero parang masagwa kung ganun

    No preparation done sir, bakal at cemento lang yan

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    #156
    Hindi ako sigurado, pero min clear width ata ng stairs is 120cm as per building code for commercial building. Ang mangyari sayo sir, 90cm na lang clear width mo, if tama estimate ko na 10cm baluster mo.

    My suggestion, gawan nyo paraan na may mapatungan lang mismo yung paa ng baluster, gawa kayo support which thicken out sa stringer, drill sa side put rebars then, buhusan mo ng structural grout.

    Or pwede rin sabi ng installer na maglagay, sila ng base plate na mag clip sa side ng hagdan, conceal it, using wood/plastic moulding. Try mo rin ask if may makunan sila ng aluminum composite panel(ACP), pwede rin gamitin pangtago. Paint afterwards same color (or anu kulay gusto mo) as your stairs, you're done.

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    #157
    Nice suggestions Sir House Construction thank you very much House Construction

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    #158
    Quote Originally Posted by Ketib View Post
    Nakapasok na rin kasi halos ng 75mm yung base plate mo from the outer edge of the tread. Hindi ko alam ang anu preparation ginawa nyo. Pero mas matibay sana kung naglagay kayo ng provision for hinang. Hindi rin matibay syado expansion bolt or using chemical anchors.

    Pwede rin pagawa ka ng 3" balusters para hindi syadong malapad. May I ask, anu ba lapad ng hagdan mo, bawas mo na ang balusters width?

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    You can mount base plates under or SS angles along the side of the sawtooth staircase. L shaped vertical balusters or if you're using glass... side mounted stand-off fittings.

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    #159
    Thanks Sir Travs, I also did some googling and found a lot good side mount options. I guess my true problem lies in the fact that I am currently limited to 1 provider to whom I already have a good experience with. I asked also if he can find good side mount options. This part of construction is tricky because you need to pay 50% upfront and there are many sad stories of non delivery or non completion.

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    #160
    Quote Originally Posted by papi smith View Post
    Thanks Sir Travs, I also did some googling and found a lot good side mount options. I guess my true problem lies in the fact that I am currently limited to 1 provider to whom I already have a good experience with. I asked also if he can find good side mount options. This part of construction is tricky because you need to pay 50% upfront and there are many sad stories of non delivery or non completion.
    Anytime, papi sir.
    Unlike the old days where everything was custom, rail fittings, accessories & components are now readily available for DIY....cheap. Thanks to China.

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