Laminate stair nose moulding is easy for most homeowners to install. When laminate flooring connects to the steps needed stair edge to finish the look of the stage. Laminate nosing can be purchased in the same type and color of the floor as the rest of your floor. Laminate stair nose moulding must be placed before adjacent floors can be installed, because the floor tongue fits directly into the groove on the edge of the stairs. Many homeowners choose to cover the tiles in place to remove it when it becomes obsolete. One of the easiest ways to cover the tiles is with laminate flooring. Laminate flooring is easy to install than ceramic floors that are in good condition.
Measure the stair nosing where the laminate will be installed with a tape measure. Write down the measurement. Transfer measurements to laminate nosing. The cutting edge of the stairs to the size of a miter saw.
Apply two ¼-inch beads of construction adhesive back portion of the laminate stair nose moulding. Set the edge of the stairs in place of the stairs. Nosing should cover the front of the steps, overlapping the riser. Installing laminate flooring from the edge of the stairs out to the rest of the room. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to install the floor. Tape edge of the stairs to the laminate flooring while the adhesive during stair risers dries overnight.