In the post-to-mail type, the bar reads Newel just below the top of the post wood stair railing. Newel posts are the big vertical posts at the end and turn a barbell and present more prominent place in the post-to-post style. Follow all local building safety codes while constructing some stair rails.
Do-it-yourself builders will find it easier to construct the mail-to-mail railing. Build the rails so that they are in a convenient position to guide the users and robust enough to give them a second chance, they should trip in the stairs. Buy the rack components as stock pieces. Do not try to customize build parts if you are not a skilled carpenter.
To create stair parts from scratch requires a lot of woodworking skill and some specialized tools. The time it takes to learn the process, create the parts and assemble them properly is not cost-effective for the majority of DIY builders who will only be given the opportunity to build a staircase. Read the wood stair; follow the manufacturer’s instructions for their products. The rails are led bars up side (or sides) in a staircase. Balkanizes are the small vertical posts under the handrail and above the tread part of the step. Balustrade is a handrail, stalker and newels.
Set newels in place according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Place a handrail or railing on the stairs. Mark on the railing where the barbell cut newels. Cut the lower part of the bar. Cut the barbell a little longer than you think you have to give yourself the space to straighten down the bar in small steps for the final fit. Measure the cut ledge rod. Mark and cut the upper part of the bar.