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Replacing brackets on metal staircase frame

Posted by Jacqueline P.



Due date
Tuesday, 8th Sep 2015
We have a 9 step wooden staircase on a metal frame which has eroded in sections. This meaning new brackets need to be put in place of old ones.
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New offer includes welding brackets to main bearers only. Offer also includes 15% Airtasker fee.
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The brackets are 6mm. We are cutting the brackets down to size and drilling the holes, you just need to weld them onto the two posts.
The brackets are 10mm flat bar steel, drilling the new holes on site alone would take over an hour.
We were going to grind off the old brackets and take the steps off to keep the price down, so the job would only entail welding the brackets on the posts and bolt onto steps... My son is a carpenter, unfortunately with a broken hand and said it would only take about 4 hours, so can you re-quote?
Yes, there are holes in the brackets but new ones need to be drilled as I dont think thy are aligned with the holes for the steps.
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