Marble staircases evoke a sense of grandeur but in practice are hard and cold feet. Lining stairs with a carpet runner solve the cold hard problem, but keeping the carpet on the marble is the challenge. Most facilities include the carpet pad and carpet tack strips, but on a slippery surface stone, are not feasible. The solution to the problem is one thick carpet runner glued directly to the marble with an adhesive that will not damage the marble while maintaining safe carpet. Instructions for installing a carpet runner in the marble stairs. Measure the rise and tread of the underpass add them up and multiply by the number of steps you have to cover.
Add the length for landings at the bottom and the top of the stairs to the measurements of the stairs. Use inches as measurements combined. Convert the total measurement in inches to feet by dividing by 12 to get the number of linear meters you need for your broker stairs. Add in a couple of feet to ensure that it has sufficient in the case of badly cut. Roll the stair carpet runner inside out, starting with the lower end of the corridor.
12 Picture Gallery: Installing a Carpet Runner in the Marble Stairs
Apply a bead of 1/4-inch tail upright marble top. Place the glue where carpet begins, then at the top of the nose and along the sides in a straight line. Continue the glue along the sides of the riser, at the top and bottom of the riser and then a line S to the central area of the riser. Repeat this pattern of glue for the first three steps from the top. Place the carpet on the adhesive, pressing firmly in place as you slowly unrolled the carpet. Hold the line and press carpet in the corners of the steps for a perfect fit. Apply glue to the next three stairs before and press the carpet glue.
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