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How to update a staircase the easy way - YouTube

Posted: (21 days ago) I show you a trick so you don't have to spend hours filling holes and sanding the damaged stair risers after removing the carpet. This DIY staircase makeover...

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Removing Carpet From Stairs? Read This First - Bob Vila

Posted: (3 days ago) 3. Removing carpet from stairs isn’t as simple as grabbing a corner and pulling. Undertaking a project like this requires patience, endurance, and forethought to ensure that you can achieve the ...

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How to Reface Stair Risers | HGTV

Posted: (2 days ago) HDSWT-204_Stairs_After If you've ripped the carpet off your stair risers and now get an eyeful of old paint and glue residue whenever you walk up the stairs, there's an easy fix: Attach a layer of painted Masonite to the risers.

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How to remodel stairs from carpet to wood | The FULL process

Posted: (6 days ago) Remove the carpet from the stairs. Using a varnish stripper, remove the top coat from the stair treads. Fill in any holes in the wood with wood filler. Sand the wood using multiple grit sandpaper. Stain the wood treads. Paint the stair risers.

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Remodelaholic | Under $100 Carpeted Stair To Wooden Tread ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Hello, for the question around finishing carpet at the top of the stairs, they mentioned in their “how to” and showed a photo of how they left the carpet at the top of the stairs, the last step, folded down on the riser and used a sharp blade to cut the carpet on the top riser. It appears they left a two inch overhang of carpet on the top ...

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Redo Stairs | How to Remove Carpet and Prep Stair Risers

Posted: (2 days ago) And I noticed the most amazing thing!! The hardwood used to construct the stairs was beautiful. The treads were a nice yellow pine with rounded fronts. Yup. Seriously. Being 95% sure we had the same thing underneath our carpet, I convinced my husband to rip a little of the carpet up, and sure enough! We scored the redo stairs jackpot!!

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Beautiful Budget Stair Remodel; From Carpet to Wood Treads

Posted: (2 days ago) SO instead, we (meaning mostly Justin) started removing the hand railing, which we kept intact so that we could replace them after we made the changes. **TIP: Reusing anything that is in decent shape is always a big money saver- however, it is not always a time saver, so you need to weigh out your options and plan accordingly.

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Stair Project Begins: Removing the Carpet and Prepping the ...

Posted: (1 days ago) Removing the carpet went a lot faster than I had anticipated, and was able to get it done in 2 evenings. Because I have a child with asthma, as well as, a dog who thinks he needs to taste anything he can find on the floor, I broke it up and completed a stair at a time….rolling the carpet up as I went.

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12 Fresh Alternatives to the Carpeted Staircase

Posted: (2 days ago) Years ago, the carpeting on the main staircase in my home was starting to look quite worn. It always seems the steps are the first place to show wear. I absolutely love the look and low maintenance of hardwood flooring, so I got this “great” idea (insert image of Lucy and Ethel in candy factory here) to have the stairway completely re-done, ditching the carpet and going with hardwood treads.

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Refinishing Wooden Stairs after Removing Carpet | Hometalk

Posted: (9 days ago) 1. Tear out the carpet and paint the whole stairs white and place a runner (like the plan in the basement, including the spindles and banister 2. Re-carpet the stairs fully and paint the spindles and banister white 3. Paint the steps, raisers and spindles white,stain the banister. 4. Stain the steps and banister but paint raisers and spindles white

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My Foyer Staircase Makeover Reveal | In My Own Style

Posted: (2 days ago) Your stairs look great. Our house was a repo 13 years ago and we actually had all the carpet replaced even on the stairs after moving in. I have always regretted that decision. I have been wanting to pull up the carpet for that past 5 years. Seeing your result is the push I needed. I do believe I will start slowly. Maybe one step at a time.

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How to Remove Carpet from Stairs and Paint Them

Posted: (2 days ago) After removing all the pad and tack strips, the real work began. I started pulling out the gazillion staples that held down the padding (and the padding from the original carpet that was installed in 1978). I can not believe how many staples are used for padding!

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Staircase Makeover: A New DIY Venture Begins - Jenna ...

Posted: (2 days ago) For the stairs it worked well to get under the tack strips, yet didn’t damage the wood on the stair tread. I highly recommend it :) Watch your toes on those tack strips – they’re sharp! Once the carpet was removed from the entire stair case, it was time to remove the staples from the carpet pad… and boy, there were alot of them!

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Removing Old Stair Carpet (And 600 Staples) | Young House Love

Posted: (6 days ago) We also had a “de-carpet the stairs” project that we tackled when we bought our house, but we went with a “Phase 1” update for now – we just replaced the old carpet with new carpet. Down the road, I think we’ll do exactly what you are planning (painting and runner-ing), but the wood on our stairs right now is not in workable ...

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Stairway Remodel Part 1: Ripping out Old Carpet and ...

Posted: (2 days ago) 36″ x 10-1/2″ Unfinished Oak Interior Stair Tread and 42″ x 10-1/2″ Unfinished Oak Interior Stair Tread are the two sizes the kits come in so we ordered seven of the 36 inch and six of the 42 inch after measuring both sets of stairs and determining the crazy size differences. Now, while this project still endured a total DIY theme, the ...

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The Down & Dirty on the Stair Project - Southern Hospitality

Posted: (3 days ago) And like I mentioned, if I had any delusions of something nice lurking beneath this mess of carpet, that was quickly put to rest after the first couple of stairs. Ripping off the carpet and painting the stairs was the best decision I made. In fact, it just got worse, as I went down the stairs ripping that carpet and padding off.

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Remove Carpet from Stairs & Staining: Do It Yourself ...

Posted: (4 days ago) Before and After. Why Remove the Carpet from Stairs. Now that that’s over with, more detail. I’ve had my eye on removing the carpet from the stairs for some time. The stairs are the heart of our home. In our little house, you can see the living room and the kitchen from the stairs, all while yelling up them to anyone who may be in the bedrooms.

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How to Redo Carpet-Covered Stairs | Home Guides | SF Gate

Posted: (3 days ago) How to Redo Carpet-Covered Stairs. Interior stairs can be covered by several types of material, such as carpet, wood, tile or natural stone and sheet vinyl. If your stairs are covered in carpet ...

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How to Replace Stair Carpet With Paint | Home Guides | SF Gate

Posted: (6 days ago) How to Replace Stair Carpet With Paint. Old carpeting on stairs is not only unsightly, it's dangerous. The carpet may be frayed or shifting out of place, no longer secured by strong staples or ...

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Update Your Staircase: How to Remove and Install Carpet on ...

Posted: (8 days ago) Here’s what the staircase looked like after the majority of carpet removal had happened on the straight stairs. There’s no magic in removing carpet from wedge-shaped treads. (Note: A staircase that turns, like what you see on the bottom three steps here, is called a “winder.”)

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Stair Update Part One | From Carpet Ugly Balusters to ...

Posted: (7 days ago) The carpet got even more nasty and the handrails started falling apart. **Please ignore the falling-out-of-its-frame photo in the background and our makeshift baby gate (bench) blocking the stairs! House Becoming Home is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for ...

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Refinishing Hardwood Stairs - Before & After Stair Remodel ...

Posted: (2 days ago) According to The Spruce website, the average cost of stair refinishing will run you $40 – $75 per stair, on average. Other costs to factor in, which may not be included in a contractor’s estimate, or may not be offered at all, include: Furniture removal (not necessary for stairs!) Carpet removal and disposal. Removing the carpet is the easy ...

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Refinishing Hardwood Stairs - After Carpet Removed

Posted: (7 days ago) Transcript of the video. Sanding and finishing stairs is serious business. Not only because you’re spending good money to get professional results, but the tools and experience behind the one doing the work is the only type of result we expect. Folks, amateur hour does not belong here if the only tool being considered is a palm sander or maybe a belt sander and a couple of sand paper grits.

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How to Redo Your Carpeted Stairs | Stairs, Home projects ...

Posted: (16 days ago) Apr 17, 2013 - This website is for sale! acraftycollegegirl.com is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, acraftycollegegirl.com has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

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Removing Carpet from Stairs and Painting Them | Hometalk

Posted: (2 days ago) Step 1 - Remove the Nasty Carpet from the Stairs Step 2 - Remove Nails and millions of staples, Patch any holes, Prime the Treads and Risers. Step 3 - Repair all of the holes in the walls the builders hid with the carpet.

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How to Remove Stair Carpet - Tips and Tricks! {Reality ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Carpet knife; Tack Lifter; After tackling the carpet on a few stairs, we learned some things and got into a rhythm. We found that the best method was to start out by slicing the carpet down the middle of the tread lengthwise with your carpet knife.. You don’t want to go all the way through the carpet and scratch the wood beneath, so be sure ...

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Removing Carpet from Stairs: Tips and Tricks to Make Your ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Find a good place to start removing carpet from stairs. I started at the bottom corner of the stairs by using a crowbar to pry the carpet away from the tack strip. Each piece of carpet was also wrapped around the edges of the stairs and around the balusters, so I had to remove the staples holding it in place from underneath (green arrow below).

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How to Remove Carpet From Stairs - This Old House

Posted: (2 days ago) Removing carpet from stairs can be easily tackled in a day or over the weekend, without hiring a professional. Stairs are often located at the entryway to your home, so removing old carpet and adding a fresh style can make a lasting impact and serve as a welcome greeting to all.

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Why Stains Reappear after a Traditional Carpet Cleaning ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Other times, the spots come back after several weeks have passed. Either way, it can be quite annoying to see spots and stains re-emerge on a carpet you thought was just professionally cleaned. There are two primary causes of carpet re-spotting: Wicking and Residue. One originates below the carpet fibers, in the backing or pad of the carpet.

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Removed carpet from stairs... Uh oh? - Houzz

Posted: (9 days ago) The carpet on the stairs was driving me crazy and I ended up ripping it up the other night. The plan is to repaint the risers white and then stain the tops to match the floor. I admit I didn't think this totally through, but didn't expect to find the issues we did. Specifically, (1) the carpet on ...

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Tips for Removing Carpet (DIY) | Family Handyman

Posted: (3 months ago) To remove carpet from stairs, start at the top. If there’s a metal nosing at the top of the stairs, pry it up to remove it. If not, cut the carpet near the top of the top riser, grab the cut end and pull the carpet off the stairs by hand. Wear gloves to protect your hands from the staples that hold the carpet in place.

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How to Remove Carpet from Stairs - The Home Depot

Posted: (7 days ago) Carpeted stairs consist of a carpet pad, nosing, tack strips, tread, riser and carpet. It’s important to understand the different parts that make up a carpet stair before getting to work. Wear proper safety gear — such as safety goggles or glasses, gloves and a face mask — to avoid cuts, flying debris and dust while removing the carpet.

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25 DIY Ways To Update Your Stairs - BuzzFeed

Posted: (2 days ago) 25 DIY Ways To Update Your Stairs. Your staircase might be the last place in your home you'd think to decorate. But after seeing these staircases, you'll realize that a boring staircase is an ...

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How To Update Carpeted Stairs With Paint * Hip & Humble Style

Posted: (6 days ago) The carpet was in good condition, I just didn’t care for the color or how it looked in our home with all the updates. So the first thing we did is tear up the carpet. I really thought the demo would be the worst part, and it was fairly easy. First, we cut into the carpet in the corner of the stair, then peeled away .

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Update Stairs with Gel Stain (so simple!!) - Artsy Chicks ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Update stairs with gel stain….it’s a no brainer really! So simple, so quick and not much prep to speak of. As you know, we recently updated the flooring in our entire first floor living area. If you missed that post, you can see all about our new floor here >>> Affordable Rustic Laminate Flooring

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How to Refinish a Staircase for Under $50 - Frugalwoods

Posted: (3 days ago) Ways to remove staples: with a small nail puller, by punching them into the wood with a nail punch, or by levering a flathead screwdriver underneath them. Supplies: brute strength, nail puller, nail punch, flathead screwdriver/lever. Step 2: Patch all holes with wood filler.

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How to Makeover Your Stairs, Find a Good Pro - Tips to ...

Posted: (11 days ago) Hi Betania – our stairs required several custom cuts due to the angle of them so it was more expensive than a set of straight stairs might cost. It was about $6,000 and included removal of the carpet, painting the risers and adding new trim, prepping with plastic protective sheets and cleanup.

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How to Update Oak Stair Treads and Risers - This Old House

Posted: (2 days ago) To finish the stairs, Tom recommends applying the desired stain/urethane for a few days just before going to bed. That way, they will be dry in the morning and safe to walk on in between coats. Resources: Tom suggests matching the stair treads and risers to the floor material on either floor of the house.

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How to Remove Carpet from Stairs and Paint Them | Diy ...

Posted: (2 months ago) How to Remove Carpet from Stairs and Paint Them. This Mama got bored last weekend and decided it was time to tackle a project that has been on my wish list/ to-do list for a long, long time. Like 9 years! Since we moved. Article by Easy Recipes and DIY decor ideas from To Simply Inspire. 5k.

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Before & After: Andrea & Cliff’s Updated Floating Stairs ...

Posted: (7 days ago) The stairs in Andrea and Cliff’s house were looking a bit dated. Wrapped in berber carpet, they looked more like a giant cat scratcher than the beautiful floating stairs the couple hand in mind. With some hard work and a lot of sanding, the crafty couple updated the stairs while also creating a more open, airy feel to the space.Andrea and Cliff emailed in to share their stair makeover and ...

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Removing Carpet from Stairs | Cuckoo4Design

Posted: (6 days ago) Removing carpet from stairs is definitely the easy part of this project besides requiring some elbow grease. The molding can be a tad bit more difficult. I was scratching my head a few times for sure. In the end, it’s all worth it because it’s a million times better than before. The process of turning carpet stairs to wood

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How to lay a carpet on a staircase without removing a ...

Posted: (7 days ago) Any well-trained carpet installer can install new carpet on stairs, even with a stair-lift in place. Yes, it will take more time and effort. But it is not an impossible task, just time consuming. Many staircases have spindles that the carpet insta...

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Homemade DIY Cleaner for Stubborn Carpet Stains | The ...

Posted: (2 days ago) But I still wanted to thank you SO much for your blood stain removal advice!!!! After my roommate had tried cleaning his trail of blood himself (some the size of my fist!) and I’d tried various cleaners, and even had a carpet cleaning company come out; I didn’t hold out much hope and even joked to friends that I might as well put down a ...

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This is how to remove carpet from stairs - Real Creative ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Even the step of removing the carpet helped improve the look of my home. The carpet was gross, dirty, and old. It felt so good to get it out of here and off the stairs. I’ve also had a lot less trouble with tripping on the stairs with no carpet.

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How To Easily Remove Carpet From Stairs - Best Carpet Pictures

Posted: (11 days ago) Removing the carpet and prepping painted staircase makeover with stairway remodel part 1 ripping out diy carpet to hardwood stairs conversion how to remove carpet from stairs and stain How To Remove Carpet From Stairs And Paint ThemHow To Remove Carpet From Stairs This Old HouseStair S Removing The Carpet And Prepping Wood Tempting ThymeHow …

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DIY Hardwood Staircase Makeover: Replacing Carpet With ...

Posted: (2 days ago) There were two tricky parts of this stair installation: Preparing the staircase base (under the carpet) was a feat in itself. You see, the stair was built with a lipped edge (vs. waterfall). This means that the tread, built of construction lumber, extended approximately one inch past the riser.

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Converting Carpeted Stairs to Hardwood - Wood Stair Treads ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Make Stair-Treads.com your partner in replacing carpet stairs with hardwood. Stair-Treads.com is less expense than local home improvement stores and offers a vast selection of wood species, including hard-to-find woods such as Red Oak , Brazilian Cherry , Black Walnut , Mahogany , and Hickory .

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