Carpet Stair Treads
Carpet Stair Treads Take a Foothold
Get a firm grip on preventing slips and from dirt from traveling up or down stairways by lying stair treads. Wood flooring and ceramic tiling may look fantastic on your steps; however, stair treads add an element of safety and a fashionable layer to the flight of steps. Safety aside, stair treads now are available in more than just rubber or plastic. These stylish stair treads can warm up the appearance of cold, uninteresting steps. Check out the variety of smart carpet stair treads which add a welcomed element of hospitality and extend the life of your current stairway.
A wide selection of stair treads is stacked up for any decor: country, contemporary, or eclectic. Carpet stair treads are commonly made from very durable nylon thread; still, others are made from wool or twisted yard. One category of in-style country-looking stair treads is braided stair treads. For a resourceful example, have a look at "Radiance Chenille Tubular Braided Rugs" by Sears.
Seeing as these stylish covers trap dirt before the debris climbs into other parts of your home, stair treads are quickly picking up popularity. The cost of renovating staircases can be very costly and timely compared the investment in attractive carpet stair treads, which range around $5 each to $40 for four 29"x 9" treads. Other costs associated with purchasing stair treads are additional nylon backing, double-stick tape, or non-slip rubber backing.
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