It’s not uncommon for a dog owner to be left with an uninvited guest in their home, and it’s only a matter of time before someone steps on the stairs.
In many cases, the stairs are just a few inches away from your home, so it’s best to create your own wooden dog stairs.
Wooden dog staircases are a great way to create a quiet, safe place to sit, nap, or just enjoy your own home, without having to leave the house altogether.
You can create your stairs by using your home’s woodworking tools and using some common household materials, like plywood and duct tape.
Once you’ve created your stairs, you can then add the steps to your home by painting, sanding, and trimming the top and sides.
This process takes a bit of time and is best done with the help of a skilled home builder.
Step 1: Select your materialsTo begin, you’ll want to select the materials that will go into your wooden dog steps.
The materials will determine the height, width, and depth of the stairs you’ll be building.
The height and width of your stairs will also determine the length of the steps that will be attached to the wall.
For this step, we’re going to use a 5-inch piece of plywood for the top of the staircases.
To do so, cut the piece of lumber into a long piece and cut it in half.
Once the length is finished, you will need to measure the length and width from one end of the long piece to the other.
You should then be able to determine how much of the top is needed for the height of the staircase, which is how many inches from the top.
Step 2: Create your stairsUsing your home tools, you’re now ready to begin the process of creating your stairs.
The only thing you need to know is the length that will match the height you chose for the stairs, which you will use as your measurement for your base height.
The base height for this step will be roughly 5 inches.
To determine your base, you must measure the lengths of the legs from the edge of the plywood to the edge.
For this step you will measure the base of each leg as you go along the length.
For example, if you’re measuring from the end of your leg to the base, the length from the base to the top should be 1 inch.
To begin, trace the outline of your base on the plywoods, which should be exactly the same height and length as the rest of your staircase.
You’ll need to mark off any spaces between the two pieces of ply and tape, as you will be using them to connect the two sections of stairs.
To start the building, attach the wooden base to your wall by simply attaching one of the pieces to the existing woodwork, then screw the other piece to your base.
Once your base is attached, you should now have your stairs installed.
Step 3: Mark out the stairsTo begin building your stairs using your tool, mark the outline and dimensions of each stair.
Make sure that you mark each stair as being exactly the size that it needs to be, as well as the height.
To help with this, mark off the area between the legs of the woodwork that is needed to support the stairs at each end of each step.
You may need to add a few extra inches or more for a taller staircase.
To begin attaching the stairs to the wood, simply attach the base on either side of the step.
Repeat the process for the other side of your staircases as well.
For the stairs that go under the floor, simply screw the two legs to the floor.
If you’re adding the stairs in front of your home to your house, attach each one to the opposite side of a wall using the same method.
Step 4: Mark the stairs with tapeAs you can see, you’ve now built your wooden stairs.
This step is easy, but it’s a bit more involved, as the stairs will need more attention once they are installed.
The process for this part of the project can take several hours, but if you have the patience and know how to do it, it’s really worth it.
If not, don’t worry, it won’t be too hard to add them to your walls, since the materials you’re using for your stairs are available for purchase.
Step 5: Apply tapeAfter your stairs have been installed, you may want to apply some tape to them.
It’s easy to remove, but be careful, because you may damage the wood underneath.
You’ll want some sort of glue to keep your stairs looking their best, so make sure to apply it properly.
Step 6: Paint and sand the stepsOnce your stairs were installed, they should now look something like this:If your stairs aren’t showing any signs of wear or tear, you probably want to make sure that they are finished