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sue denim

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Could someone please remind me of the formula to work out rise / going on a stair.

I can't recall but it is something like 2 x rise plus 1 x going equals the amount overdrawn in the bank....?

seriously though I know there is a formula but I need reminding.

Thanks in advance.

Sue
 

Bradshaw Joinery

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Twice the rise plus the going (2R+G) should be between 550mm and 700mm

Private stairs, max pitch of 42 degrees,

min go and max rise of 220.

hth
Olly.
 
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