Bullnose carpet stair treads – Bullnose step has a rounded edge of which projects from the stairs. This provides a solution for those who do not want to “waterfall” carpet or wearing loose carpet over stairs. Then, install a pattern bullnose stair is relatively straightforward. Also remove the mat from the steps, if necessary, with a skewer.
Place a pry bar between the bottom of the original stair tread and where the edge of the tread staircase nails to the staircase framing. And then pull the old stair stepping outside stairs framing and remove any nails left with a claw hammer. If you install patterns bullnose carpet stair treads on a new staircase framing, skip the first two steps.
Measure the width of the good staircase with a tape measure and also write down the number. Measure the depth necessary steps, place the tip on the tape to the back of the staircase design and extend it over the flat base of the stairs, where you will nail tread down. Add 1 inch to the measurement of the overhang. Write this number down. You can cut the bullnose carpet stair treads to width and length on a table saw. Then, drill several 1/16 inch pilot hole through the top of the bullnose tread. Inch from the edge at each end of the tread.