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How do you get the right angle at the top off stairs when the length going up the stairs meets the strght one at the top

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Usually the angle of winder treads, I assume that is what youare talking about, is 30degrees as there are 3 treads to get round a 90degree turn.
The important thing from a saftey point of view is not to run the treads to a point but leave about 75mm /3 inches of tread at the narrowest part. more if you can work it and find the room

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