If you currently have carpet on your stairs and would like to have wood instead, you will need to install new hardwood stair treads. Installing hardwood stair treads can be quite difficult. If you are not confident in your abilities and are not a patient person, you should probably hire HSP Houston Stair Parts to do this for you.
Note: When you cut risers to size, cut an 8- to 12-degree bevel along the edge that meets the tread. Nail the tread in place so the short side of the bevel is against rough stairs and the long side faces out. The bevel keeps the edge above dirt, saw dust, and bumps that otherwise would cause a gap in the seam. You’ll get a tighter-looking seam as a result.
If you need professional assistance or have any question e-mail us to : email@example.com
Copyright © 2015. Houston Stair Parts. All rights reserved.