How To Install Hardwood on Stairs

Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com/install-hardwood-flooring shows you how to install hardwood flooring on stairs. If you have any questions about your home DIY projects, stop by the forum on our website and ask. Video © 2014 SKS Media.

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James Cervelli says:

this was one of the most helpful videos on installing wood stairs, thank you

Rudy Yeung says:

I wonder how much appreciation it will give to the house value. I know kitchen remodelling contributes a lot. Nonetheless, this could not be just very little.

K W says:

I am going to do this! Looks great!!!

Richard Deckard says:

Good video. Very helpful.

Vincent Perry says:

Great video Shannon.  I will now use nosing and my hardwood inventory to do my steps instead of buying the step kits.  Wondering if I should remove the staircase baseboard.  I did remove all baseboards and reinstalled them already in my second floor.

thuan le says:

no nails use

Testnet Canada says:

Super directions, easy to understand and now I feel I can tackle my stairs.  Thanks, really enjoy your videos.

Chris Homan says:

Nice video. Two things 1) Any reason not to put the tread board at the back under the riser instead of in front? Would that eliminate any possibility of a gap at the back of the stair? 2) I think I would add a couple of nails at each end for the nosing. if the glue gave way stepping on the nosing you could get really hurt.

coehorn says:

THIS is most helpful! Thanks very much.

Carylon Taylor says:

My floor store was trying to sell us matching treads for $130+ per step!  Great instructions, and saves me some money too!

Barrett Butler says:

Great video. I would like to have seen how you are measuring and planning each cut along with options on final finish regarding additional trim etc. I was considering building and gluing each tread and then cutting it like a full prebuilt tread of course if the cut is off the whole darn thing is wasted like a prefab tread $$$

gnaupari says:

thanks to you im able to do this myself. thank you.

Sam Couto says:

Great job Shannon. Thank you for the video I really appreciated.

Mathew Tasalloti says:

Awesome video Shannon – thank you. I’m doing my stairs and don’t have enough room to build out and put on a nosing. Two questions. Option 1) can I just remove the tread and replace it with an oak or maple run? Option 2) I’ve seen in a couple of forums that cutting the nosing off of the treads makes the stairs not up to code – is this true?

Steve Mc Grath says:

good video as always. I never understand the negative comments. There are many ways of doing something, just because someone does something a different way doesnt mean your way is right or wrong.

Ariadna Jardín says:

I love your videos Shannon, very professionals and helpful, all kind of detail. Thank you again, I am going to look for your videos from now on

Lee Harris says:

Nice video. Thanks

Audrey a says:

Thank you for this video it is very helpful. He explained it very nice and simple.

Juan Quesada says:

excellent video, thank you.

Edwin Rozon says:

lol your videos are awesome dude

Uyi Imasuen says:

Thanks for sharing. Using pieces… does it mean you can use the same hardwood / engineered hardwood boards used for other areas?

Greg Gormley says:

That was a great explanation, simple and clear. Thanks a lot

Daham Hassan says:

Thans a lot for the video it”s amazing.

Teddy Raoul says:

Thank you man! Very helpful and quite educative.

Mike Reamer says:

dude you have alot of gaps not bad for a handyman tho

Terry Heinrich says:

Just in the process of installing hardwood on my stairs.  Your video was very helpful and informative.

Roger Hoch says:

Very well done with great tips. Thanks.

Dev Singh says:

Cheers man very helpful video

Malcolm Platt says:

Good stuff, thx!

ليث الشمري says:

Thanks

Braddan Jackson says:

ive just purchased a load of lumber liquidators hardwood click lock bamboo for my 2nd floor and stairs. thinking about doing it myself rather than getting a guy to do it. can anyone give me a list of all the tools i would need to complete the stairs. thanks in advance!!

Billy Bob says:

Sorry dude but that looks like crap

v12coupe says:

This guy is the man

Lui G says:

Hi Shannon, thank you for the information but I still having a question. On stairs do I need to nailed the pieces to make stronger? specialty the round piece or is not necessary? Thanks!!

Tim Karakay says:

at the start of the video you can see that spots where boards meet the wall have 1/32 to 1/8 gaps, is that intentional or something that should be considered acceptable, is this something that you fill with puddy after?

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