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Can these stair glass panels be installed according with the building code?

While my other answer works to install the above if the calculated distance between two panels would be 5", in fact the real distance between two panels was calculated wrong, the 8" distance ...
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Can these stair glass panels be installed according with the building code?

It seems that the solution implied is to fill the gap with metal spindles, as per the manufacturer picture So basically you will need to have one glass panel and one metal spindle on each step or ...
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Can these stair glass panels be installed according with the building code?

Planning to use a product that won't pass code is poor planning, so you can't use that product as planned. Plan to get a different product. Either add 1.262" of trim or Buy a different sized ...
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Insulating under the staircase from the crawl space - faced fiberglass insulation ok?

If you use fiberglass bats, you need something to hold it in place. You could do something like that: It's important to avoid air drafts between the stairs and the insulation, otherwise the ...
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Installing hardwood floor and subfloor, stair risers already at max height what options do I have?

The important thing to get right when building steps is to get all the risers exactly the same height. A 3/4" difference between adjacent risers is sure to cause stumbling and tripping. OTOH an ...
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Installing hardwood floor and subfloor, stair risers already at max height what options do I have?

To be Ontario code compliant, your only options are to either rebuild the stairs or re-do the tile floor and raise it to make all your risers equal. Re-building the stairs seems the logical choice so ...
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