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Floor Covering on Stairs

 
 

Floor covering on stairs in your home

About floor covering on stairs from Floors n' More

Your staircase is just as much a part of your home’s décor as many others are, yet it serves the dual purpose of also being an important part of your flooring. When you have new floor coverings installed, floorcovering on stairs is often not given much consideration. However, it’s important that you think it through, as there are certain things that can make this section of flooring a little trickier when it comes to installing your flooring materials.

About Floors n’ More has extensive flooring knowledge, especially when it comes to installing your floorcovering on stairs. We have the highest standards in all that we do, from the products we sell, to the services we offer, and we’re sure you’ll be able to spot the difference as soon as we start working together. We already have many satisfied customers in the Jacksonville, Atlantic Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach & Neptune Beach, FL areas. We’d like the opportunity to serve you as well, so stop by our Jacksonville, FL showroom soon.
 
 

Floor covering on stairs doesn’t have to be hard

With so many different floor coverings to choose from, there’s no shortage of options for floorcovering on stairs. In fact, there are so many, you may find yourself having a hard time narrowing down your options. For instance, if you have solid hardwood flooring installed, you can also add a bit of carpeting to your stairs for both durability and safety. Of course, solid wood stairs are certainly an option, but in residential areas, one must be very cautious of slipping in sock feet.
 
 
Floor Covering on Stairs in Jacksonville, FL
 
Full-surface carpeting can also be applied to your stairs and adds a warm, homey feel that you’ll fall in love with every day. It also adds the benefit of noise reduction, something that anyone with both children and stairs will immediately notice. It can help to insulate your stairs, providing a warmer area to walk on and help retain heat when the temperatures are less than perfect.

Tile and stone are excellent options if you’re looking for the absolute best in durability, life span and a material that doesn’t require a great deal of maintenance. These are great options for slip resistance, as well, as even a gritty glaze can be added to any tile you choose. When it comes to décor, tile and stone can offer amazing elegance with one of the widest varieties of shapes, sizes, and colors available.