Some options for floor coverings on stairs
There are many different stair floor coverings you could try. A popular one is of course carpet which is very popular but there are other options you could try that can look just as good. Hardwood flooring is becoming more popular with many designs to choose from you can make your stairs look immaculate. You could even have both carpet and hardwood (images on our Facebook page). It can be hard to choose what flooring is best for your stairs so have a read of the article below and see what you think. You need something that is also durable for the stairs especially when you have kids. Don’t forget to visit Urmston Carpets to see our amazing discounted prices.
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A very elegant choice for your stairs is hardwood flooring. Hardwood can be laid on different angles. You can purchase different colours, styles and hardwood types for your stairways. Pick anything from dark hardwood to light hardwood. Use solid pine to an aesthetic teak or cherry wood. There are many different options and you will be sure to find something that fits your needs and tastes. Remember, hardwood is easy to clean and will stand the test of time. One word of caution: hardwood can be slippery to walk on with socks.
You can choose to carpet the entire surface of your stairs. The carpet you choose can coordinate with other rooms in your home. You also have the option choosing from different types of carpeting.
There are different types of laminate flooring available. Laminate flooring can be purchased in different types. You can purchase laminate that looks like hardwood (you can even find one that looks like knotty pine) and you can buy rolled laminate that you would use in the kitchen. Laminate is a cheapest form of floor covering. It is easy to lay and easy to maintain. You can also replace the laminate for less cost than you can with other forms of floor coverings for your stairs.
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