Carpet Stair Treads: What You Should Know
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There’s no question that wood stairs are beautiful, but they tend to be slippery underfoot. In fact, there are approximately 38 stair-related injuries per 10,000 people in the United States that are treated each year in emergency rooms. That means one stair-related injury happens about every 30 seconds in the U.S. alone! Putting treads on your stairs is a simple way to minimize your risk of injury when going upstairs or downstairs. It’s especially important to consider carpet treads if you are a pregnant, have young children or are a senior.
Many people with hardwood floors report that their homes look and feel luxurious, but are very noisy. Without carpet to muffle sounds, noises are enhanced. It’s especially common for homeowners to report excessive noise when kids run up or down their hardwood stairs. Carpet stair treads provide an easy solution to this common problem. They cushion footfalls to minimize noise so your kids can come and go without giving you a headache.
There’s no question that carpet treads feel better under your feet than wood. If you want to minimize strain to your arches and ensure your comfort when using the stairs, you may want to consider installing luxurious carpet treads.
Another benefit stair treads offer is an attractive appearance. While hardwood stairs are beautiful, they tend to wear out over time. Treads can protect your investment and make sure your stairs remain beautiful and unscathed for years. Well-chosen treads complement your existing décor and can add beauty, depth and rich color to your home. Whether you’re looking for treads that match your farmhouse décor or you prefer a more sophisticated style that looks elegant and rich, you can find a pattern and style that matches your ideals.
One of the most notable aspects of carpet stair treads is how easy they are to install. Whether you consider yourself a DIY aficionado or you’ve never done anything crafty in your life, you’ll be surprised how simple it is to add treads to your stairs. Once you choose the perfect style, cut carpet tape and apply them to the back of each stair tread.
Next, peel the backings away from the tape so the undersides are sticky, then flip the tread over and press it against the stairs. To seal the tape firmly, walk over each tread until it is adhered to the stair.
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