Laminate flooring is made or pretends to look like wood, marble, granite or stone. Installing laminate flooring on stairs is a better option than carpet, because it is more durable than carpets, as well as being equally attractive and more cost-effective than natural flooring materials. It is waterproof and resistant to stains, fading and wears better than wood. Also, the laminate is available in a wide range of colors.
When installing laminate flooring on stairs, i.e., a ladder without walls on each side, get a carpenter to do all finishes. Otherwise raw edges of the laminates exposed to view. For security reasons, it is recommended to glue the laminate flooring on the stairs instead of “float” it. Under no circumstances should foam underlayment placed under the laminate for the floating effect.
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Start from the highest ladder and work your way down. This way you can avoid stepping on the newly installed blades. If you think that the adhesive is not suitable for work, you can consider laminate flooring on stairs. From nail can damage laminate flooring, first check the manufacturer’s recommendations. To drive, use (automatic) pneumatic nailer that can minimize damage to the laminate.