Wood flooring on stairs – Hardwood makes sturdy and beautiful flooring for stairs. Laminate wood is a good alternative to hardwood on stairs, as it is also sturdy but usually much less expensive than hardwood. Laminate wood offers the same beautiful appearance of wooden stairs. While wood laminate is generally floating on floors, you must stick to the steps in order to keep it in place over time. Installing laminate wood on the stairs is easy but you have to measure and cut the laminate with care.
Sweep the stairs and remove the staples or nails with pliers or a hammer. Measure the stair lifts and treads with a tape measure. Using these measurements, mark the sheets of laminate and molding in front of the step with a pencil. Use a table saw to cut planks and moldings of the measured sizes. Make sure you are meticulous as to measure and cut. You want the planks and rim moldings to butt hard on both sides of the stairwell wall.
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Glue the laminated wood trim and the rung of the step ladder. Apply the polyethylene glue to the stairs and press the laminate into the glue. Start at the top step, the installation of the ladder, the tread, and the molding of the step at each step. His way of working down the stairs so he does not have to stand on the newly installed staircase. Allow the glue to dry completely.