Renovating a 160 year old staircase

  • Am Vor 5 Monate

    New Yorkshire WorkshopNew Yorkshire Workshop

    Continuing the Victorian house renovation, this is the staircase into the attic. Ive been putting this on the back burner for too long now, it was hard work but well worth it.

Georgina Walsh
Georgina Walsh

Mesmerising. A brilliant job.

Vor 7 Stunden
Costa Rica
Costa Rica

Is lead paint an issue for these old houses?

Vor 2 Tage
gojenny123
gojenny123

This is wonderful! Gorgeous. You are so talented.

Vor 2 Tage
anne spellacy
anne spellacy

Absolutely beautiful! I stumbled on your video while trying to get tips on refinishing the staircase in my 106 years old home. Your staircase has probably never looked so good....even brand new. I love that there was no chatter or music. You are a perfectionist and an artist. So many good tips. The perfect stair rail.. what can I say? If you just threw something together, I can't imagine what you can do when trying. Now I need some of your tips on remove paint from spindles.

Vor 4 Tage
Mark Anthony
Mark Anthony

I'm not sold on trusting the business end of the stair tread to a piece of wood held on by glue.

Vor 4 Tage
tubeMonger
tubeMonger

That's just beautiful.

Vor 4 Tage
Alice Karelicki
Alice Karelicki

REALLY, A MAGNIFICENT JOB....... WELL DONE..... CONGRATS ARE IN ORDER

Vor 7 Tage
ben davies
ben davies

Impressive!

Vor 9 Tage
ben davies
ben davies

No need for that scraping sound tho 😫

Vor 9 Tage
Peter Bentley
Peter Bentley

great work once again

Vor 9 Tage
Lee Reynolds
Lee Reynolds

I get vertigo just looking at those stairs.

Vor 10 Tage
Catfish Gray
Catfish Gray

GREAT JOB, GREAT VIDEO, BACK TO WORK [ TELL EVERYBODY HELLO FROM ARKANSAS USA...

Vor 11 Tage
William Malenfant
William Malenfant

Nice job! Perfection!👍

Vor 11 Tage
Ian Vicedomini
Ian Vicedomini

Extremely nice work and one thing I do like is the video plays at the normal speed instead of a time lapse. Great video mate

Vor 11 Tage
Marilyn Sanderschytfhi
Marilyn Sanderschytfhi

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Vor 12 Tage
Robert S
Robert S

awesome results and lots of work

Vor 12 Tage
Ruben Kieboom
Ruben Kieboom

I don't know what I envy most.. your skill or your patience

Vor 12 Tage
Amy Nova
Amy Nova

No fat robbers coming up those steps damn lol

Vor 12 Tage
Aquatic Ape
Aquatic Ape

Holy tedious paint scraping....

Vor 13 Tage
Glena Garrett
Glena Garrett

Gorgeous! But, yikes, those are some steeeeep stairs. How tall are those risers?

Vor 14 Tage
My Dog Is Bipolar
My Dog Is Bipolar

Decisions to not do extra work are always best made at step 2.

Vor 14 Tage
Colin Smith
Colin Smith

"I did this in the morning and then went to work." WTF This isn't what you do for a living?!

Vor 14 Tage
TheTacticalBarrage
TheTacticalBarrage

chisels are not levers.

Vor 15 Tage
Елена Чурикова
Елена Чурикова

До чего же красиво...Замечательный мастер!!! Золотые руки!!!

Vor 15 Tage
Walter White
Walter White

Wow, respect!

Vor 15 Tage
insertcleverphrasehere
insertcleverphrasehere

Yeah that spliced bit of pine is definitely gonna break off. Some recessed screws driven in from the front with filler/wood plugs are necessary at a spot that is gonna have this much leverage on it (people stepping on the edge with shoes). 100% it will break out at some point in the future. All glue gets weaker with time.

Vor 16 Tage
Luke Shackleton
Luke Shackleton

For some strange reason your turntable plinth video popped up on my feed and I have been hooked ever since. Did you charge an hourly rate for this one?

Vor 17 Tage
dahee wang
dahee wang

What a skill! I wish I knew how to do this. 😅

Vor 17 Tage
Gillian Rossell
Gillian Rossell

Fantastic job.

Vor 17 Tage
The Flatbed Chick
The Flatbed Chick

💜 Love the handrail!

Vor 17 Tage
The Flatbed Chick
The Flatbed Chick

Wow, that repair was awesome. You put a lot of time into this staircase. 😊👍

Vor 17 Tage
Sevan Melemedjian
Sevan Melemedjian

"So I did this in the morning and then went to work" lol

Vor 18 Tage
Елена Акvа
Елена Акvа

Мастер 👌👏👏👏

Vor 18 Tage
bernmcn
bernmcn

Absolutely beautiful work.

Vor 18 Tage
Talking Head
Talking Head

For 100s of years, the deadliest thing in a lot of house's was the stairs ...I can see why! These ones would have me thinking of putting in a slide or something .. anything but them!

Vor 19 Tage
lamia Gomaa
lamia Gomaa

Good job

Vor 20 Tage
Adam Hilton
Adam Hilton

Just wow!

Vor 20 Tage
Jimmy Jambo
Jimmy Jambo

It took another 160 years to complete the renovation 😁

Vor 20 Tage
Jim McCormick
Jim McCormick

Fantastic work! Paying attention to detail pays off!

Vor 20 Tage
Patty F
Patty F

Beautiful job! Love it. 💞💞💞

Vor 20 Tage
Rose Bonner
Rose Bonner

Impeccable. My faith is truly restored.

Vor 20 Tage
sidhu g
sidhu g

Why didnt you use a paint stripper and get rid of the paint and prevent the abuse of your hands.

Vor 20 Tage
Tanneka G.
Tanneka G.

Awesome job wow, God given gift

Vor 20 Tage
I' ts (Reepicheep)
I' ts (Reepicheep)

Oh man, doesn't that scraper plug in?

Vor 21 Tag
Ole Koustrup Hansen
Ole Koustrup Hansen

Use soft soap (brown kalium soap). Smear a thick layer on the paint, cover with plastic for 2-3 days (pending thickness of old paint). After 2-3 days the paint is like a gel or puddy and can be removed easily. When paint is removed clean with water - and you're ready to do whatever you want to with the wood

Vor 22 Tage
Rob en Henni
Rob en Henni

out standing job wel done, respect.

Vor 24 Tage
Schoppe Petzer
Schoppe Petzer

Watching this is like yoga...without the sweating :)

Vor 24 Tage
BUTCH0120
BUTCH0120

lovely work! what is the relative effort of scraping off the paint as you did, anf just ripping out the old wood and putting in new?

Vor 24 Tage
Arabia
Arabia

Piece of art!

Vor 26 Tage
Tom Earnshaw
Tom Earnshaw

The devils in the detail.😂😂👍

Vor 26 Tage
Larry Duncan
Larry Duncan

I m glad you are keeping up your standards.I saw t he 'handrail' -as for chucking it together??? You are a master of your craft-and you still look remarkably like my cousin back in my home town,think you have a few years on him,im 72,he is 67 now.....

Vor 26 Tage
Rouverius
Rouverius

Job *well done

Vor 26 Tage
Dave xjs
Dave xjs

Apserlootly Brilliant What A Difference

Vor 26 Tage
Teresa Kinney
Teresa Kinney

A belt sander with some 60 grit would make quick work on the treads.

Vor 27 Tage
Per Sakariassen
Per Sakariassen

Stunning work. Quality!

Vor 27 Tage
Kevin Moorhead
Kevin Moorhead

I'd fall down them... over and over and over... but looking amazing

Vor 27 Tage
wambembalubu
wambembalubu

Stairs look good, but I wouldn't like to negotiate them after a few pints of Sam Smiths

Vor 27 Tage
atzo naftaniel
atzo naftaniel

What is wrong with the thumbs down people who? If it's a matter of taste than the dislike is pointless. Taste is just a preference. In case the it's about construction? what is wrong with it? I don't get these grumpy people. Perhaps they didn't have sex for some years. Just saying.

Vor 27 Tage
glasgow john
glasgow john

wouldn't a heat gun be quicker?

Vor 27 Tage
GOLDSMITHEXILE 2016
GOLDSMITHEXILE 2016

I once did a very similar stairs on a 2 up 2 down in Darlington. It was pretty much the same, peppered with nails, layers of paint boot grime etc. It took me well over a week of evenings after work. The house had been "hard boarded" most likely in the 1970's. When the dulux glossed panels were peeled off there were beautiful 2 inch thick pitch pine doors underneath, so of course they were all stripped too. And patched where various locks and bolts had been fitted and removed over the years. It was 120 years old in 1990, so about the same era as this one. There was a fantastic piece of glass in one of the internal doors that was the old rolled and cut style (not float) And moulded wood corners (instead of expanded steel mesh they use today) Sadly the original iron range had been stripped out (most likely in the 1970's...) It was hard work, and sort of worth it. Would I do that type of stuff again? No. I'm 60 and divorced.

Vor 27 Tage
Elisabeth Bjuhr
Elisabeth Bjuhr

At 2:35 "This man has zen master-level patience" At 3:34 "He is human after all"

Vor 27 Tage
Thor Thorirsson
Thor Thorirsson

Really enjoyed watching this. It's certainly gave me inspiration. Thank you for making thus.

Vor 28 Tage
Philip O Callaghan
Philip O Callaghan

AND once all the nails are subsurface..........OR no joy!

Vor 28 Tage
Bud Woodman
Bud Woodman

Willing to bet that some of that old stair paint has lead in it...........just saying.

Vor 28 Tage
Joseph Keller
Joseph Keller

The wrong multimedia mechanically intend because shingle unequivocally float from a absorbing cent. scientific, bloody herring

Vor 28 Tage
Alexis Methenitis
Alexis Methenitis

You are a true artist! Magnificent work in all your videos.

Vor 28 Tage
mips
mips

That paint made the house so much darker.

Vor 28 Tage
Al
Al

The fruits of his labor shine very brightly...WELL DONE !!

Vor 28 Tage
Jacob H
Jacob H

i just learned a whole shit ton watching you use a chisel for like 10 seconds. Thank you

Vor 28 Tage
Sven Amundsen
Sven Amundsen

Brilliant job mate!!

Vor 29 Tage
dead beat
dead beat

Loved this video

Vor 29 Tage
eric gelman
eric gelman

Tack pullers are remarkably useful

Vor 29 Tage
Hayden Harmon
Hayden Harmon

That handrail is absolutely stunning

Vor 29 Tage
Calamity Jenn
Calamity Jenn

I firmly believe that somewhere in the ether, the original craftsman is pleased with your work.

Vor Monat
Brian Alder
Brian Alder

Ok! Just got it ! Home project ! Forget my last comment !

Vor Monat
Brian Alder
Brian Alder

Please tell me that was an hourly paid job ? " Can you give me a price for scraping all the paint off my stairs please ?" "Certainly 800 million pounds "

Vor Monat
Oksa Stebak
Oksa Stebak

высший пилотаж!!!

Vor Monat
Jennifer Cameron
Jennifer Cameron

Great great great video!! Quite and entertaining! 👏👏👏

Vor Monat
MIKE SCHUMACHER
MIKE SCHUMACHER

A house that looks THAT bad and you're worried about stairs? I think I would have waited until the end of restoration.

Vor Monat
Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

This brings back painful memories of remodeling a 1910-era Chicago bungalow staircase. I did it with my Dad when I was sixteen or so. My Dad kept saying "let's just cut the stuff" and I kept responding "let's measure it at least three times, take the average, and cut to that measurement." I won the argument, and the staircase came out great :-)

Vor Monat
Simon TV
Simon TV

Very good job

Vor Monat
Susan Naudé
Susan Naudé

You do beautiful work! That 'thrown together' handrail is absolutely gorgeous. All that paint you scraped off, actually protected the beautiful wood. Now it is good for the next 100 years..thanks to your efforts.

Vor Monat
Ted Schroeder
Ted Schroeder

Really very nice, Far to good to walk on !! GOOD JOB.......

Vor Monat
sdhpCH
sdhpCH

A professor of mine once said: "Perfectionism is not a good idea. You do not get things done." Sadly he passed away. Because after watching this video I'd reply: "But it looks damn good!"

Vor Monat
Paul Plebian
Paul Plebian

Use a heat gun with that scraper, it makes it so much easier and gives a new wood finish - especially to detailed pieces.

Vor Monat
caernavon
caernavon

If I'd been doing all that: "Welp, almost done. Hm, I wonder if this was lead paint? Should I have been wearing a mask?" [dies] Ha, just kidding. This is what actually would have happened: "Wait, I have to scrape all this paint by hand?" [dies]

Vor Monat
Tobias Ludwig Royal
Tobias Ludwig Royal

holy shit, i found a new channel wo watch. :D

Vor Monat
MrRealpainter
MrRealpainter

Nice work!

Vor Monat
Time for Wakey Wakey
Time for Wakey Wakey

this is the type of. role model kids who want to. be joiners should look. up. too. ive worked with many a tradesmen and its very rare to see passion and pride these days

Vor Monat
thomas woodward
thomas woodward

Wow, this is so therapeutic, I feel like I could unload all my problems on you as you work. Good chippy work mate, thanks for the upload.

Vor Monat
Robin
Robin

24:57 "I went into the other room and ten minutes later I came out with my own exquisite handrail", that's what it looks like, haha.

Vor Monat
Abdo
Abdo

you turned that house from hell to a house

Vor Monat
ВАГ ВАГ
ВАГ ВАГ

Как аккуратно и дотошно👍Человеку нравится его дело.

Vor Monat
Andy Timmons
Andy Timmons

'It was at this point that I decided sod it, I'll just move house.'

Vor Monat
bat in the attic
bat in the attic

Colour me inspired! The old bit of staircase, I need to fix up, is in a hell of a worse state than this one. NYW had a little dink to cut a new piece of wood for. Each one of my treads is worn concave in the middle. AND I have no lighting in that area. AND there's woodworm in the clad ceiling above it. When I'm finished - mine is probably good going to achieve the rusticity of this one's starting.

Vor Monat
Susan Anderson
Susan Anderson

Beautiful work. I've finally met another perfectionist. Well done mate.

Vor Monat
monkusbee
monkusbee

I would have just slapped white paint over everything and call it a day.

Vor Monat
Nick Pitt
Nick Pitt

Love the staircase - hate the office! Get up from that table too fast and you're down one floor before you know what's happening.

Vor Monat
Robear Taniwha
Robear Taniwha

Awesome must be a virgo.

Vor Monat
sylvianblue
sylvianblue

The India yellow is such a great choice

Vor Monat

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