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Old stairs are structurally sound but not great looking. Would be keen to get them rejuvenated. With new newel posts, bannisters, balusters and hard wood treads. Big companies (Neville Johnson etc) offer this sort of renovation service but is this something a local joiner might be able to do?
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if you want to keep the stairs if in hardwood you can sand it down and redo it again, and see and match the new timber with the old
Answered 25th Jan 2019
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