Complete the Steps
Dig the footer for the second step directly behind the first step. Pour concrete into the footer hole and smooth with an iron rake. Set the front of the second step on the back edge of the first step (Image 1). Repeat this process until all the steps are set.
To cut granite, first mark a straight and square line across the width of the stone. With a hammer gun, drill 3-inch-deep holes every 4 inches along the cutting line. Insert two feathers and a wedge into each hole. Pound the wedges with a stone hammer until the stone splits (Image 2).