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A home being constructed by Ross Hansen (left rear) and Pfeifer & Son Construction in Faulkton will feature a number of unconventional designs and materials, such as this spiral staircase.  	“The tree it’s cut from was a spruce that was 70 feet tall and was downed in 2007 by fire kill,” Hansen said in October 2012, when they were working on this staircase. “I milled it in 2008. It was about 80 years old… The center pole has a metal core base that goes into the floor, and each of the stairs was cut to be driven into the wood and held by epoxy.” Photo by Garrick Moritz/Faulk County Record
A home being constructed by Ross Hansen (left rear) and Pfeifer & Son Construction in Faulkton will feature a number of unconventional designs and materials, such as this spiral staircase. “The tree it’s cut from was a spruce that was 70 feet tall and was downed in 2007 by fire kill,” Hansen said in October 2012, when they were working on this staircase. “I milled it in 2008. It was about 80 years old… The center pole has a metal core base that goes into the floor, and each of the stairs was cut to be driven into the wood and held by epoxy.” Photo by Garrick Moritz/Faulk County Record

A home being constructed by Ross Hansen (left rear) and Pfeifer & Son Construction in Faulkton will feature a number of unconventional designs and materials, such as this spiral staircase. “The tree it’s cut from was a spruce that was 70 feet tall and was downed in 2007 by fire kill,” Hansen said in October 2012, when they were working on this staircase. “I milled it in 2008. It was about 80 years old… The center pole has a metal core base that goes into the floor, and each of the stairs was cut to be driven into the wood and held by epoxy.” Photo by Garrick Moritz/Faulk County Record

A home being constructed by Ross Hansen (left rear) and Pfeifer & Son Construction in Faulkton will feature a number of unconventional designs and materials, such as this spiral staircase. “The tree it’s cut from was a spruce that was 70 feet tall and was downed in 2007 by fire kill,” Hansen said in October 2012, when they were working on this staircase. “I milled it in 2008. It was about 80 years old… The center pole has a metal core base that goes into the floor, and each of the stairs was cut to be driven into the wood and held by epoxy.” Photo by Garrick Moritz/Faulk County Record

A home being constructed by Ross Hansen (left rear) and Pfeifer & Son Construction in Faulkton will feature a number of unconventional designs and materials, such as this spiral staircase.
“The tree it’s cut from was a spruce that was 70 feet tall and was downed in 2007 by fire kill,” Hansen said in October 2012, when they were working on this staircase. “I milled it in 2008. It was about 80 years old… The center pole has a metal core base that goes into the floor, and each of the stairs was cut to be driven into the wood and held by epoxy.” Photo by Garrick Moritz/Faulk County Record

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