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how to install a wall mounted hand railing with return
Use a carefully designed bracket that is first mounted on the wall and then fixed to the bottom of the armrest to easily install the wooden armrest.
For faster and more efficient installation, please ask for help from the second person.
Use the stud finder to locate the studs on the wall to which the railing will be installed.
Stud finder is a hand-held tool that will indicate when it will sit on the wall post.
Place the blue painter\'s tape on the wall to mark the position of each column from the top of the stairs to the bottom. Set a 4-
Feet lean vertically against the wall at the nose-
Front edge, edge of front steps.
Adjust the level of the plumb--
Straight up and down.
Put the painter\'s tape on the wall behind the front edge of the horizontal.
Make a vertical mark on the tape along the horizontal edge.
Make a second Mark 36-
Up inches from the top steps perpendicular to the vertical mark.
Repeat the steps at the bottom.
Measure the distance along the wall surface from the blue tape at the top of the stairs to the blue tape at the bottom of the stairs.
This is the length of the hand railing.
Mark the length on the railing after grinding and cut off the excess.
Cut a 45 degree angle at the top and bottom of the hand rail for each of the two returns--
The railing part between each end of the railing and the wall.
Put the bottom edge of the hand rail on the bed of the electric herringbone saw.
Set the saw to a 45 degree angle on the left side of the center or on the right side of the center, depending on the direction the Mitter should cut.
Align the saw blade with the pencil mark before making the oblique cut.
Repeat for the other end of the hand rail.
Position the handrails to make the top with 36-
With the help of the second person, the inches mark at the top and bottom of the stairs.
Hold the railing tightly to the wall and track a mark at the bottom of the railing on each strip of the blue painter tape.
Lean the railing wall mount against the wall at the top of the stairs to make sure it is vertical.
The top of the bracket should be aligned with the inclined line made in step 5.
Mark the position of the bracket hole on the blue tape--
There are two holes in a hole.
Repeat at the bottom of the stairs. Using a 3-
Inch-long finishing nails and hammers, hitting nails through wall panels, positioning both sides of each nail-
The one at the top and bottom of the stairs.
Adjust the position of the bracket so that a single hole at the bottom of each bracket is located at the center of each bolt. Pre-
Drill holes for all screws at the top of the stairs.
Select a bit with a slightly smaller diameter than the screw.
For each of the two top screw holes, the drill bit is angled at a slight angle to the center of the bolt.
Bolt directly drilled into the bottom hole.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 at the bottom of the stairs.
Bracket and pre-
Screw holes were drilled at the top and bottom of the stairs.
Use a variable speed drill with a screwdriver bit to screw in the screw.
Fix the handrails on two wall mounted brackets at the top and bottom of the stairs. Place the U-
Tie the straps under the horizontal arm of the stair top bracket.
Mark U-shaped holes
Bring a pencil. Pre-
The hand rail is permanently fixed in the small wooden screws on the bracket to drill holes and screws.
Repeat the bracket at the bottom of the stairs. Repeat Steps 6-
10 for all remaining brackets between the top and bottom brackets. Miter cut a 12-
The inch-long part of the remaining handrails, with an angle of 45 degrees, is used for the return of the handrails at the top of the handrails.
Measure the distance between the installed handrails and The Wall and transfer the measurement to the Mitter cutting section and make a pencil mark.
90 degree cutting--
Straight up and down, at the pencil mark.
Dry install returns to check for fit between the end of the railing and the wall.
Place the gum on the surface of the mating oblique cut.
Place the railing back between the top of the railing and the wall, pre-
Drill holes and knock during manicure. Use a nail set--
A pointed steel tool for driving the head of a nail below the surface of the wood, knocking the nail on the wood before filling the nail with a wood filler.
Repeat step 12-
14 return for railings at the bottom of the stairs.