Closing an attic staircase with custom MDF primed panels, by Jean Paul

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Jean Paul

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Description by Jean Paul

Because of the draft downstairs, I closed the attic stairs with the help of this online sawmill. I watched the videos on the website and measured all the steps. This way I had all the steps custom-made delivered to my home for next to nothing for a competitive price! I also ordered the glue from them with which the steps need to be glued. It's a nice job to do in an afternoon! Highly recommended for everyone to try it themselves.

How I made this project

I measured all the steps and was able to order them one by one via the wood order configurator. What's nice about this is that you can give a short description of each step that they put on the shelves. I had to sand down another mm here and there to get it to perfect size because I had measured this too generously. I attached all the steps with good wood glue and some nails and then sealed the whole thing. The stairs just need a lick of paint now. Super happy with the end result

Dimensions of my DIY project

A staircase of 15 steps that I had to fill.

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How next?

Want to make this DIY project? Check out Jean Paul's saw list and complete your order easily.

€ 118,38

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