Install Hardwood Flooring on Stairs?


Installing hardwood flooring on stairs requires you to have pliers, chalk line and level. First remove any carpeting that is on stairs and test the stairs using the level. Then start with the upper step to lay the materials by measuring and cut the hardwood to match perfectly. Then fit the wood and continue cutting for the stair riser. Do the same to the rest of the staircases downwards.
Q&A Related to "Install Hardwood Flooring on Stairs?"
1. Check the stair or landing for squeaks. If you discover a squeak in the floor, this is the time to silence it. Locate the stud underneath the squeaky area of the stair using a
1. Lay out your plastic foam underlayment to cover the entire landing. Cut it to size with a utility knife. 2. Set two floating floorboards together, end to end, connecting them tightly
1. Remove any staples that might have previously kept carpet in place. Vacuum all dirt, dust and debris away to ensure a clean fit between the stairs and your laminate flooring. 2
1. Remove carpet and carpet padding from the stairs. Use pliers and a pry bar to remove all staples, nails and tack strips. 2. Check the stairs to make sure they're in good condition
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