A Stairframe 16-gauge welded-steel modular stair stringers are designed to fit nearly any height while cutting trimming time in half. The stringers fasten onto wood, steel, and concrete building frames and, if risers are used, require no middle stringer for stairs up to 50 inches wide. Finish stair parts fasten without visible nail or screw marks. 877.793.7263. www.stairframe.com.
B EZ Stairs Composite Cleat attachment brackets make building stairs out of composite decking materials faster and easier, the maker says. The adjustable parallel brackets attach to the tread support, the load-bearing riser, and the composite stair tread, working with the original EZ Stair bracket and the side stringers to properly support composite treads. 866.693.9570. www.ez-stairs.com.
C Great Neck Saw Mfrs. The Tru Close Quarter hacksaw features a retractable brace that can be adjusted to expose as much of the blade as necessary for working in confined spaces and also prevents the blade from kinking during use. The tool has an impact-resistant handle with molded rubber grips and a thumb grip to reduce fatigue. The Tru Close Quarter hacksaw can accommodate any size or type of hack saw blade. 800.457.0600. www.greatnecksaw.com.
D Remington Ideal for repetitive, quick fastening, the Model 479 Power Trigger features a trigger on its grip that activates the tool, allowing the user to work in confined spaces without a hammer. The location of the trigger on the grip provides control and comfort when fastening to concrete, masonry, and steel, the manufacturer says. 800.858.8501. www.desaint.com.
E MatrixXtreme Designed to speed plumbing and electrical line installation through I-joists, SpeedLine separates lines so they meet code restrictions and reduces the number of holes that have to be cut in a joist. After a 5-inch hole is cut, SpeedLine installs with nails or screws. 208.288.1722. www.matrixxtreme.com.