Install Hardwood Flooring on Stairs?

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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. Measure the width of the stair tread, and depth, or the distance from the back of the tread to the front. If you want the bullnose tread to overhang the step by 1/4 inch, include
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Have you ever thought about adding hardwood on your stairs but do not have an idea on the first thing about doing it? Don’t fret as you are not the first one to have this problem
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This website seems to cover it fairly well: http://www.hometips.com/diy-how-to/insta….
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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
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