Rugs for stairs often wears faster than carpets on the floors, it needs to be replaced more often. In these instructions, riser refers to the vertical part of the stairway, and tread refers to the horizontal part-the part you enter. Remove the old blankets from the stairs if necessary. Use your pliers, pull up some carpeting necks back in the woods. Be careful not to splinter the tree. Thoroughly vacuum the stairs.
Rugs for stairs, measure one of the steps that start at the top of the tread and move across the tread to measure the height of riser as well. Add 1 inch to your measurement and multiply this measurement by the number of steps, do not count the last riser before landing. Measure last riser and all landings that will be carpeted with stairs and add an inch to turn below. Add this to the first number and allocate the total with 36 to determine the number of yards of carpet runner. You need about the same amount of filling.
Buy the runner rugs for stairs width that best fits your staircase. Do not use the sidewall carpet because you have to turn it on the sides, and it may get tricky. Buy high quality heavy felt or rubber stair carpet upholstery. Ask the carpet dealer to help you figure out the amount of upholstery and the number of tackles fastening strips you need. Also make sure to rent a knee kicker from the carpet dealer, and this is used to stretch the carpets tight over the stairs and fasteners