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The stair stringer can recoil as much as 3/8 of an inch in only a couple of years. I was building a home and went to gauge the stair stringer that was 11 1/2 inches wide initially. At that point I quantified it following two months outside in the mid year sun it currently estimated 11 1/16". I was astonished that the timber could shrivel that much in such a brief timeframe. As the stair stringer recoils it begins to pull far from the pressed wood or hardwood stair tread. As it isolates from the stair tread the nail will remain in its unique position until the point when the stair tread begins to put weight on the nail inevitably lifting it up somewhat higher than its unique position. As you venture on the stair tread the squeaking sound you hear is the nail rubbing against the stair tread. There are a couple of approaches to settle a squeaking stair tread. On the off chance that you approach under the stairway you can apply some glue alongside a 10 inch 2 x 4 under the stair tread and connect it to the stair stringer.
First apply cement to opposite sides of the 2 x 4. The cement will be utilized to stick the stair tread to the stair stringer. You can utilize screws to screw the new 2 x 4 onto the side of the stair stringer. On the off chance that you can‘t get to the underside of the stairs and you have covering you can really find the stair stringer and drive a 2 inch fasten through the covering to the stair stringer. This will pull the stair tread down and won‘t enable it to rub up against the nail making that terrible sound of a squeaking stair case. In the event that you have a completed wood stair tread you won‘t have the capacity to screw through it into the stair stringer without harming the complete on tread itself. It will be less demanding to get to the stair stringer from beneath by one way or another and apply the 2 x 4 with the cement to stop the stair squeak.