Landing at bottom of basement stairs

Solvit PupSTEP Plus Pet Stairs


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Rhoda~What a beautiful job you did on the stairs! And you made it sound almost easy peasy! We’re planning on doing our stairs sometime this year and seeing your outcome makes me excited to start! Thanks for sharing. They’re beautiful! ~Linda

Rhoda, Your new stairs look amazing….Wow, what a transformation…Your home is going to look gorgeous….So happy for you….I was so excited to get on your blog when I got up this morning…You never disappoint, with the transformations….Have a great week, Rhoda….

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Partial (blocks light)



Blast resistance

Wood: 15
Stone: 30
Sandstone, Quartz, Red Sandstone: 4



Cobblestone, Stone Brick, Wood, Purpur: Yes
All others: No


Yes (64)


Wood: Yes
Stone: No



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The stairs in the Jewish Museum, Berlin

I just love to read about all your updates! Your stairs truly look amazing…what a difference. You are so fortunate to have your Dad and Mom helping you on the house. Cannot wait to see more! It’s looking fantastic! 😉

Rhoda, Love, love the stairs and again, you and your chief carpenter did a great job. Great choice on the runner,Hope Dash and Albert send you that for free, can’t get better advertising for your great idea of using it as a stair runner. I look forward to your weekly reports and can’t wait for them when you start the fluffing.