I Punched A Hole In Our Building… | Building A Metal Staircase

Nothing goes quite as planned this week as we make an effort to install a MASSIVE metal staircase.

We are a man and wife team who purchased 20 acres of bare off-grid land in North Idaho. Follow along as we turn a pole barn into our dream shop with an upstairs apartment!

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Mailing Address:
Riley Casey
105 Vermeer Dr
STE 2 PMB 141
Ponderay, ID 83852


  1. I’m confused as to why you didn’t turn the staircase on it’s side to go between the building and the deck supports.

  2. to quote my childhood pastor: shit happens to make fertilizer out of it. you two are absolutely a fantastic team, i love watching you biulding your dream

  3. Thanks guys, very interesting. Bare footing it ought to be a challenge going up or down them!

  4. Probably too late, but I’d be concerned about dog toenails getting caught in the perforations on the treads. I believe it’s a common problem on the similar RV fold down stairs

  5. all very good. That said, shouldn’t you have painted at least the wall-facing side?

  6. They say a glass of milk helps line your stomach and throat for when you weld galvanizing. All the welders drank milk before welding the galvanized handrails on our power stations.

  7. I find it amazing that you are that sloppy about storing your metal. Other than that pretty good to have secured stairs.

  8. Nice job yall, stairs look awesome !

  9. Thanks for showing us the stairs being built hopefully the bears don’t use them put a sign up says no bears allowed thank you for opening your home up to us USMC for life

  10. Nice job!

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