Wilmaplex Treated Pine Ezistep 10 Step Stringer Kit

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Wilmaplex Treated Pine Ezistep 10 Step Stringer Kit
Image shows Stringer Kit plus Treads assembled.Treads purchased separately.
$375
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Product Description

The Wilmaplex Ezistep range can be assembled quickly and easily with a power drill and a #10 (No.2) square attachment, ideal for when you need to build steps for your deck. The grooved treads are easily assembled as the stringers are routed in for secure and longer lasting construction.
The stairs are made from H3, LOSP Treated Pine, suitable for above ground outdoor use. Timber is a naturally occurring material which can have variations in colour & texture.
Oil based treatment is recommended i.e. paint, stain

Tread requirements: depth 240 x 45mm thick (purchased separately)
Deck to ground: 1760mm approx
Distance out from deck: 2485mm approx

*Please check the deck to ground measurement prior to purchase.

  • DIY construction to save you time and money
  • Made in Australia for domestic use only
  • Includes 2 timber sides (stringers) and 60 stainless decking screws
  • Steps not included,10 treads to be purchased separately
  • Steps are grooved to comply with Australian Building Code 3.9.1.1g

Product Details

Model Name
10 Step Stringer Pack 2
Model Number
STEP10
Material
Treated Pine
Colour
Pine
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:240 H:45 L:3256
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:240 H:90 L:3256
Weight
35kg
Timber Species
PINUS - RADIATA
Treatment
LOSP H3
Common Uses
Deck Stairs

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Installation Info

To assemble you will need:
- power drill
- #10 (No.2) square drill attachment
- 10 timber treads

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