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    Peak Products 3-Step Steel Stair Riser in Black for Patios and Decks

    Model # 2453|Store SKU # 1000412412

    Overview

    Model # 2453 Store SKU # 1000412412

    Building stairs for your patio or deck has never been so easy. With a one-piece design, Peak's Stair Risers are easy to assemble, with no difficult cuts or separate stringers required. Constructed from tubular steel and plate steel for the most safe and reliable design, these risers are made to outlast the elements and provide durable performance.

    1. Material: steel with powder coating
    1. Heavy duty steel tubing provides extra strength and durability
    1. Corrosion-resistant powder coated steel increase product life
    1. Extra bolt holes provide superior attachment
    1. 3 Step, Run of 10-1/4-in Rise 7-1/2-in

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    41.7
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    1.57
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    9.81
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    7.87
    Packaged Depth (in inches)
    41.7
    Packaged Height (in inches)
    1.57
    Packaged Weight (In lbs)
    13
    Packaged Width (in inches)
    7.87

    Details

    Country of Origin
    CN-China
    Height from Ground (ft.)
    2.3
    Material
    Steel
    Number of Steps
    3

    Warranty / Certifications

    For more information, please contact Peak Products customer service at 1-877-883-7325
    3-Step Steel Stair Riser in Black for Patios and DecksPeak Products 3-Step Steel Stair Riser in Black for Patios and DecksBuilding stairs for your patio or deck has never been so easy. With a one-piece design, Peak's Stair Risers are easy to assemble, with no difficult cuts or separate stringers required. Constructed from tubular steel and plate steel for the most safe and reliable design, these risers are made to outlast the elements and provide durable performance.
    Peak Products
    1000412412
    CAD30.48
    The Home Depot Canada
    3-Step Steel Stair Riser in Black for Patios and Decks is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 51.
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great step support I built a lower deck and this step support was great to make a one step up to the deck!
    Date published: 2020-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saves you money, pass inspection. Sturdier than similar products on the market, for my 4' stairs I needed only 2 risers. Competition required 3 risers for stairs larger than 40", that's less than 4'. Solid built, it passed the inspection without issues.
    Date published: 2020-10-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Steel stair riser Looks great when finished but each board had to be individually marked before being drilled.
    Date published: 2020-10-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Peak Stair Riser Heavier when compared to similar products. We bought several of these Peak risers for our
    Date published: 2020-09-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Works very well...the top and bottom needs to be anchor in place.
    Date published: 2020-09-19
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Mécontentement du produit J’ai été déçu car ne s’installe pas sur n’importe quel type de grandeur de bois donc j’ai dû laisser un espace au fond et pour fixer c’est difficile
    Date published: 2020-09-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cottage DIY These stair risers worked perfectly for cottage steps.
    Date published: 2020-08-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 7-Step Steel Raiser - fantastic product This product is amazing!! So easy to install and its like walking on air when we go down our stairs now. And the price was cheaper than others selling online.
    Date published: 2020-08-25
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    Can you use composite 3/4" thick stair treads with these metal stringers? What type of screw / fastener should you use? Would you screw in from the bottom side of the step?

    Asked by: youngk2
    Hi there! Thank you for these great questions. We recommend using 1/4 inch x 2 inch carriage bolts, which would be installed from the bottom and top simultaneously. In terms of the composite boards, we've done our testing using 2x6 or 1x12 lumber so all of our recommended spacing and instructions are based on these materials. Please feel free to contact us directly at 877-883-7325 to discuss your project in more detail. Thank you!
    Answered by: Product Expert
    Date published: 2020-10-19

    I was wondering if I could attache these metal risers to concrete veranda? We are wanting to put in new steps. There is are concrete steps there now with a concrete veranda

    Asked by: Lynn Philion
    Hi Lynn, thanks very much for your question. This should be fine as long as you have a minimum of 3 inches of embedment of the concrete fastener (sold separately) in to the concrete. Please don't hesitate to contact us directly should you have any other questions. You can reach us toll free at 877-883-7325 or via email at cservice@peakproducts.com. Thanks again Lynn!
    Answered by: Product Expert
    Date published: 2020-09-29

    My stair tread width will be 42". How many risers are needed? 2 or 3?

    Asked by: Janisse
    42” might be a bit much for an unsupported span with two.  Having said that, you could set the risers in from the edge of the stair tread a few inches on each end and fix that.  My stair treads are 48” wide but with an overhang of 5.5” on each end I brought the unsupported span down to 37”.  I used two risers.  It’s extremely sturdy and the overhang looks really sharp.
    Answered by: DIY 14
    Date published: 2020-09-04

    How many risers you would recommend to build a stair case which will be 75" long and will land 2 feet below (from an upper deck of size WxL = 36"x75") to a lower a deck. I am using Trex composite decking board.

    Asked by: Jamie
    I would treat them as a standard floor/deck joist and would have them roughly 12” apart.  If your deck calls for 12” on centre joists I would copy that to the stairs. 
    Answered by: MistaMike1619
    Date published: 2020-08-08

    What's the widest stair that should be done with 2 stringers? widest with 3 stringers? I was thinking I'd like to have a 7ft wide stair, but maybe that's too much?

    Asked by: Brad
    You can download the installation manual from the peak products website... But here's an excerpt.... Before beginning work, read and follow DETAILED instructions below or from www.peakproducts.com. Building codes may vary. Always understand and comply with your local building codes. Important: For stairs up to 4’ wide, use two risers. For stairs over 4’ wide, space risers not more than 2’ apart. For all stairs, treads may overhang the end risers by 6”.
    Answered by: Jalbes
    Date published: 2020-08-06

    Should these 2x6's be screwed from underneath or bolted through with round top bolts and nuts. If either, what sizes should I be using?

    Asked by: Habsfan
    Hello and thank you for your question. Please refer to our installation guide for the recommended methods for installing stair treads. You can find this here: https://peakproducts.com/en-ca/installation-guides-videos/ Thank you for your support!
    Answered by: Product Expert
    Date published: 2020-08-06

    Can I use Trex composite board for the stairs instead of wood. Which would be the stronger.

    Asked by: Dome Homes Rule
    Hello and thanks for your question. We believe that 2x6 dimensional lumber would be the best choice for treads on these steel stringers. We haven't tested them with Trex deck boards so we aren't able to offer any comments on performance. Please give us a call toll free at 877-883-7325 if you have any additional questions at all. Thank you!
    Answered by: Product Expert
    Date published: 2020-07-16

    The picture shows two boards per thread. With a 10 1/4 inch run, would I use two 2" x 6" pieces? That would be 11" plus 1/8" spacing allowance thus resulting in 7/8" overhang, a bit too much, no?

    Asked by: DIYrookie
    Hi DIYrookie, in this case the overhang is by design, and as per the excellent response from our community member, making everything consistent is key. Please feel free to give us a call at 877-883-7325 if you have any further questions at all. Thank you!
    Answered by: Product Expert
    Date published: 2020-07-08
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