Carpet installation can be tricky and time-consuming when it comes to stairs, and this is mainly because of the continuous tread and rise present in it.
The average cost to install carpeting on the floor is about $3 to $7 per square foot, whereas for stairs, the cost is $14 to $36 per step.
Polyester: The significant advantage of this material is that it tends low to ignite and does not fade easily over time.
Cotton: It is one of the most liked options, whether it be for floors or stairs, and this is mainly because of its high durability, texture, and comfort.
Nylon: Nylon carpet can cost you between $3 to $6 per square foot and give you highly durable, easy maintenance, and versatile options that can easily match your requirements.
Wool: This carpet is more eco-friendly than the other options we discussed and is highly durable. But its most significant disadvantage is that it will most likely get permanent staining.
Tools Required: – Carpet – Pad – Staple Gun & Staples, etc.
Remove Old Carpet: Rip the carpet slowly while cutting it with a Stanley knife and pull it out slowly in the upward direction to remove small parts at a time.
Whether your home has straight, L-shaped, U-shaped, spiral, or curved stairs, you can follow the same procedure.