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How to Keep Stair Neat After Carpet Laying by Theresa Flores





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Due to to the recurrent changes in elevation, it is quite difficult to lay carpet stairs. Bear in mind that if you have manage to put carpets on other rooms, why not on the stairs?

From simply matching it to the room's overall look to reducing noise and making the staircase softer and safer, there are lots of reasons for wanting to carpet your staircase. The trickiest part of this project is making sure that the carpet fits neatly and tightly over each tread.

Fitting carpet to the stairs

The fixings for a fitted stair carpet are as for a runner. The added length of woven carpet isn't required at the base, while an underlay will have to to be fitted to all of the steps. The gripper rods really should be the full width of the stairs. Fit the carpet from the top of the flight. The landing carpet will have to overlap to the stairs and down to the bottom of the uppermost riser. The stair carpet should then be stretched over the gripper rods as usual and pushed down between them. Consequently, it will have to be tidied to fit at the edges. No fixings are required at the edges.

Carpeting spiral stairs

Where the stairs go round a bend, gripper rods can't be used in the normal way. The carpet should be cut or folded to fit the turn.

Woven carpet: Fit the gripper rods just to the treads on winding stairs. Fold the spare carpet, with the fold falling down, and tack it to the bottom of the riser at 75mm intervals. Lay the carpet on top of next rod up and repeat the folding and tracking procedure.

Foam-backed carpet: exclude the pin-less rods all in all on spiral stairs. Tack the carpet to the tread, if possible at the back so that the tacks are not too apparent. Fold down the surplus and tack neatly on the underside of the riser.

Stairs can be carpeted with fitted carpet, on what's known as a runner – a strip of carpet.

Fitting runners to stairs

A woven carpet runner also allows the carpet to be moved irregularly to even out wear. Old-fashioned stair rods with side clips might be used to hold a runner in place and form part of the stair decor, but presently, it is now more common to use gripper strips. Unique pin-less gripper are offered for use with foam-backed carpets; the carpet is held in tight jaws. The wooden strips are use in pairs, one behind the tread, and one at the bottom of the riser, or you may get a metal version that's already formed into a right angle.

Cut the strips to length, this is important: 38mm shorter than the width of the carpet utilizing tin-snips or secateurs for wooden strips, or a hacksaw for the metal type. Nail them into place, omitting the bottom riser. The space between each pair of wood strips should be just wide enough to squeeze the carpet down into. Cut the underlay to fit between the rods and tack close to the rods, omitting the bottom tread. No underlay is needed with foam-backed carpet.

Carpeting the bottom step

With a runner, an additional length of carpet is integrated so that it can be moved up to even out the wear taken on the treads: this is folded under the bottom step. The pile needs to run down the stairs in order to prevent uneven shading and uphold longer wear. Start at the base of the stairs. Tack the end of the carpet face-down to the bottom tread, at the back close to the gripper. Lay it down over the tread to the bottom of the last riser, fold it back and tack the fold to the riser and tread. Run the carpet up the stairs, pulling it over the gripper rods and pushing it down between them with a bolster. It should join the landing carpet at the top of the last riser. If there is no carpet on the landing take the stair runner over the top of the final riser, turn under the edge and tack down.

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