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Carpet Stair Treads


carpet stair treads
    stair treads
  • (Stair Tread) The horizontal board in a stairway that is walked upon (see stair riser and stair stringer/skirt board). If the stair tread will be between two walls then it is called a “straight tread”.
  • (Stair Tread) The tread is the part of the staircase that is stepped on. It is constructed to the same specifications (thickness) as any other flooring. The tread "depth" is measured from the outer edge of the step to the vertical "riser" between steps.
  • The horizontal top of each step in a stairway; the portion that receives the foot.
    carpet
  • cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
  • A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
  • rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
  • form a carpet-like cover (over)
  • A large rug, typically an oriental one
  • A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
carpet stair treads - 12 Attachable
12 Attachable Carpet Stair Treads - Pecan Brown - 8 In. X 30 In. - Several Other Sizes to Choose From
12 Attachable Carpet Stair Treads - Pecan Brown - 8 In. X 30 In. - Several Other Sizes to Choose From
These stair treads attach to your step using "hook-and-loop" fastening strips (as seen in the picture). Two strips of "hooked fiber" material are sewn into the back of each stair tread. Each stair tread also comes with two "looped fiber" strips pre-connected to the "hooked fiber" strips that are sewn into the stair treads. The "looped fiber" strips have an adhesive backing so they can adhere to your step surface. To apply the stair treads to your steps, simply remove protective covering from each "looped fiber" strip, exposing adhesive backing. With "looped fiber" strips still connected to "hooked fiber" strips, place stair tread onto desired step location and press down firmly over entire surface of stair tread. This will ensure that the adhesive backing of the "looped fiber" strips adheres to the step surface. You may remove the stair treads for cleaning and then reattach them once you are done. The "hook-and-loop" strips are not visible from the top side of the stair treads.

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Carpeted stair with bull nosed oak & corbel style dentils
Carpeted stair with bull nosed oak & corbel style dentils
A friend had problem stairs. The tread plates were only about eight inches deep. Also, the 2x's bowed when stepped on. Solving the problem meant an expensive rebuild to push the stairs out about twenty-eight inches and would involve dealing with load bearing beams, cutting into other rooms and so forth. I tried a simple experiment of adding two inch bull noses to the front of each step. Though this moved all steps out two inches, it also brought the tread plate depth up to around ten inches. To deal with the bowing of the steps, I shimmed the tops and bottoms of the kick plates to tie them to the step above and below them. This added significant strength by, essentially, tying all the steps together. After a few months, everyone agreed it made a significant difference in the comfort of using the heavily traveled stairs. Of course, it also meant solving the problem at a fraction of the cost of an entire rebuild. Since the bull nose additions worked, I made new ones out of oak [from a commercial wine vat]. However, this, essentially, resulted in a cantilever effect and required some form of support under the bull noses. Since I had a little time on my hands, I cut one hundred ninety-five micro corbels and mounted them on 1/2" thick wood strips, then glued them to the tops of the kick plates and the bottoms of the bull noses. This took care of the gaps at the tops of the kick plate as well. The owner then carpeted between the corbel strips and the bull noses.
The Georgian Staircase
The Georgian Staircase
Buckland Abbey – Devon This impressive staircase rises through four floors and has three balusters on each tread which support the balustrade. It was installed in the late 18th Century by the 5th Baronet, Sir Francis Henry Drake.

carpet stair treads
carpet stair treads
12 Attachable Carpet Stair Treads - Pecan Brown - 8 In. X 30 In. - Several Other Sizes to Choose From
These stair treads attach to your step using "hook-and-loop" fastening strips (as seen in the picture). Two strips of "hooked fiber" material are sewn into the back of each stair tread. Each stair tread also comes with two "looped fiber" strips pre-connected to the "hooked fiber" strips that are sewn into the stair treads. The "looped fiber" strips have an adhesive backing so they can adhere to your step surface. To apply the stair treads to your steps, simply remove protective covering from each "looped fiber" strip, exposing adhesive backing. With "looped fiber" strips still connected to "hooked fiber" strips, place stair tread onto desired step location and press down firmly over entire surface of stair tread. This will ensure that the adhesive backing of the "looped fiber" strips adheres to the step surface. You may remove the stair treads for cleaning and then reattach them once you are done. The "hook-and-loop" strips are not visible from the top side of the stair treads.

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