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Stairs remodel

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Nance Rivera Last reply on Oct 15, 2014

From carpet to tile and oak stained wood. Easy cleanup, no fuss not muss no wear and tear stairs!

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  • Silvia S
    Silvia S
    on Feb 21, 2012

    we need to do the same with our Stairs,we use to have carpet Thanks for the Great Idea

  • Jan O
    Jan O Clancy, MT
    on Feb 21, 2012

    I am going to do the same thing. I need to get rid of the carpet in my main room anyway. Maybe just tile the treads and paint the riser?

  • Pam R
    Pam R Petaluma, CA
    on Feb 21, 2012

    Although the tile work is very good, I would have done all wood. It just gives the space a warmer look.

  • Pensacola Accents
    Pensacola Accents Crum Lynne, PA
    on Feb 21, 2012

    Great job and very innovative!

  • Arthur W
    Arthur W Canton, GA
    on Mar 4, 2012

    Did you remove origional treads or install oak over the top?

  • Ana M
    Ana M Alpharetta, GA
    on Mar 4, 2012

    Arthur, I had carpet originally, so I removed the carpet and what was underneath was particle board stairs, I attached the new oak treads to the particle board with construction glue and nails and then only had to attach plywood to the riser to then apply the tile to the riser. It is very sturdy and has held up very well for 6 years.

  • Derrick Gray
    Derrick Gray Jonesboro, GA
    on Mar 9, 2012

    Good Job. I like it

  • Sandy B
    Sandy B Glenmont, OH
    on Mar 12, 2012

    Did you use regular vinyl, or peel & stick tiles? Looks nice!

  • Ana M
    Ana M Alpharetta, GA
    on Mar 12, 2012

    Sandy B, they are real tiles, we had to lay them grout them on to the riser. They are NOT peel and stick.

  • Nance Rivera
    Nance Rivera Gig Harbor, WA
    on Oct 15, 2014

    Ana - I've been planning to do this to my stairs for a long time. However, I was told by Home Depot and Lowe's reps that I would need to use cement backer board anytime I'm installing tiles. That was a letdown because it is hard for me to work with, cut and heavy.

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