Wood Stairs


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Wood Floor Service
Rich Hardwood Floors Inc
800 Canary ct Healdsburg, CA 95448
Phone: (707) 431-0110 Website: http://www.richhardwood.com/


Rich-  Hardwood Floors Stair Installation  and Refinishing Service


If you planning to change the surface to hardwood on your carpeted  stairs , you are at the best place.

How it works?


After when the estimate accepted by the customer we show up in the agreed time.

We remove the carpet from the steps and remove all staples which installed by carpet installer .The expert cut off all the carpet nosing’s from each steps. This extremely important .If some installer not cut off the carpet nosing and install wood stair nosing, is danger every time when someone step to the edge of the steps. Can be easily broke off and chance your family member fall off from the steps.

After the steps prepared, the installer start cover the steps with your choice of wood, step by step. We go from the bottom to the top. Both side closed, one side closed, both side opened, round etc.


If you already have wood surfaced stair but needs to be refinishing, renew or remodel

The best choice is Rich Hardwood Floors Inc. High quality, affordable, dependable . We are fully insured and licensed with many years of experience.


Staircases and Stairways

gives the homes its accent, offering individual emphasis and highlight to the home's decor. Staircase and stairwells is one of the home's focal points, a piece of hand-crafted art of many species and designs that makes a personal statement about you, your home and desire to be a part from the rest.


RISER -- 3/4" thick, various widths, used to create the vertical "rise" in the step.

3/4" thick, various widths, used to create the vertical "rise" in the step.

TREAD -- 1" to 1-1/16" thick, 8" to 12" wide, the actual step surface.


NOSE (Nosing) -- also called stair nose, bull nose, stairwell trim, landing tread. Thickness is same as flooring( 3/4" or floor material is sometimes used). These are used to create finished edges on the top step, around stairwell, sunken living room, etc. Finished moldings should match your floor or be painted to match other nearby trims. The detail of using the correct moldings makes for a good installation, and speaks well of the installer. Make sure these details are addressed before or during the installation.