How to Build and Pour Concrete Stairs

In this video we go over how we built and poured 10 concrete stair steps. So if you need to know how to make your own concrete stairs we hope this video gives you the knowledge to do so. If this video helped you in anyways please dont forget to subscribe or like and if you have a question leave it in the comment section and we will get to it as soon as we can! Thank you to everyone who has been subscribing and keeping this channel going!

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34 thoughts on “How to Build and Pour Concrete Stairs

  1. Really nice finish, i’ve heard you’re not supposed to use steel trowel until all water evaporate from the concrete surface, would be interesting to hear your feedback on that. Thank you

  2. And why did you have to re-do someone else work again? If 4 feet was needed didn't the previous Contractor or Inspector know this and point it out?

  3. Looks great! Question though – would there be any reason to be concerned about expansion on the sides against the buildings?

  4. Why not just move the electrical panel over. Would have saved more money considering how ridiculous the price of cement is.

  5. How do you decide when to dowel rebar into side walls or not? Or single wall in this case. I have a couple steps to form between two walls in the sand and wondering if I should dowel in rebar.
    Also curious when you attached risers to house did you find studs or just attach to stucco.
    Beautiful work

  6. You’re a bad dude bro, I love you’re videos! I’m a contractor and I’ve learned some tricks of the trade from you. Thank you and keep making these great videos.

  7. I always wondered how this was done. Especially indoors when building homes with suspended concrete formed steps. You do a great job and if I ever build a home I will look you up on here and kindly ask for your services. 👍

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