Here is some info for you to remove and replace carpet on stairs.
You should be able to release the top or the bottom and work from there. You will find they have been secured in the crease of each stair with either a grip or tacks and should just pull up! Fit new carpet back in the same way as you found it. Best wishes
Here's some more help:
Here is a video tutorial for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DoKWOeNzPc
Leen: this may be helpful
Hi, Check out this vid of a DIY'er that has tackled the task. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DoKWOeNzPc
I also tackled this type of project! Check out my solution here:
Skip laying carpet. Pull up old carpet and lay vinyl plank or laminate over any old linoleum underneath following directions on box.
Hi Leen. Begin by pulling existing carpet up. Clean the stairs well. Then you can either paint, stain, lay new carpet, or other flooring on your stairs. There are a lot of choices for replacing the carpet on your stairs. To make an educated decision, try samples that most stores have. Good luck Leen.
Hello. Do you have experience laying carpet and using tack strip? Being a stair situation safety is a big concern— sometimes hiring a professional might be an option for safety concerns.
Hi Leen, I hope this is what you need to replace the carpet on your stairs.
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Jan 5, 2015 - Start by removing your old and worn out stair carpet including the padding underneath. Check your stairs for any structural damage and repair ...
Thanks everybody, I'm this will help me a lot