Hardwood Stair Treads For Staircases
Wood is timeless and always in style. Particularly hickory, black and Brazilian walnut, cherry, birth, cypress, maple, mahogany and bloodwood are all types that go well for any interior decoration project.
March 19, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Wood is timeless and always in style. Particularly hickory, black and Brazilian walnut, cherry, birth, cypress, maple, mahogany and bloodwood are all types that go well for any interior decoration project. Unfortunately hardwood is not the cheapest one to work with.
When working on modernizing and refinishing staircases, can do it at a cheaper cost without losing on the design. One way to go about it is using construction grade type materials that are more cost effective. Once lay down the base, can then cover this foundation with hard wood. This will reduce the amount of expensive wood that using, hence it will reduce costs when implementing it. Also due to the fact that the top layer is hardwood, stairs will look as beautiful as if they were done fully with the more expensive stuff.
finding them in various sizes including 1", 1.5" and 2" ones, so customize the appearance and weight of stairs just the way want. Of course, the thicker they are, the more they will cost . Also depending on the wood type get, see different color shades that can use to advantage to match well with the rest of the room.
By having these at home will eliminate the use of old carpeting that needs lots of cleaning and maintenance. Installing them is not very difficult but it needs a bit of know-how and a few tools to have around. If not sure whether up to the job, ask a professional woodworker or carpenter, who has done this countless times, to install them. While on the surface it looks like this costs more, it will definitely save time, and be sure in the knowledge that get professional quality work done that will last for many years ahead.
Categories: Home Improvement and Renovations